The /special value/ *LOOPBACK [i.e. what Mark suggested] would seem
to be a better choice than what was already done. That is because if
the IP address of that server partition ever changes, then the RDB Entry
pointing to *LOOPBACK [remaining unresolved at create-time] would not
suddenly fail to connect locally or suddenly attempt to effect a
connection to a system with the old IP address. Those might be
potential issues if that RDB Directory Entry does not get updated to
specify the same value as the changed-to\new IP address. If not
explicitly *LOOPBACK, then using the address of 127.0.0.1 would seem to
be an option, as the probable _localhost_ loop-back host address.
On 12-Mar-2014 12:49 -0700, fbocch2595@xxxxxxx wrote:
I already used ADDRDBDIRE with the system's IP address as the--
RMTLOCNAME of the IP address. Would loopback work better?
Mark S Waterbury onWed, Mar 12, 2014 1:34 pm wrote:
ADDRDBDIRE RDB(oldname) RMTLOCNAME(*LOOPBACK)
That will add the "old name" back again, to the Relational
Database Directory Entries -- you can issue WRKRDBDIRE to see them
That way, your users do not have to change all of those documents,
etc. (preserves compatibility with the past).
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