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Connect Error: NiHostToAddr ftp error: NIEHOST_UNKNOWN

We're having an IXOS upgrade and we have to change the server name in the content repository but we're encountering below issue during archiving:

Connect Error: NiHostToAddr ftp error: NIEHOST_UNKNOWN

In CSADMIN the content repository is in red status. How can this be set to green? If we revert the change, the content repository also in green status. So this is only being encountered when the HTTP server was changed to the new server.

Here's the screenshot in CCMS:


But the connection test in OAC0 is working successfully.

Please advise.

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2015 at 04:48 AM

    We have fixed the issue. We just changed the entry in HTTP server of the content repository, instead of Hostname, we changed it to IP address and the archiving job is now finishing successfully.

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2015 at 04:10 AM

    Hello Jerome,


    Change the version no from 0046 to 0045. I guess IX_OLEU1 don’t support 46 versions and try. At least it would create a problem when working with clients.


    If I remember correctly the red indicator should not stop you from archiving.


    Thanks,

    Kolusu

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2015 at 07:59 AM

    Hi Kolusu,

    We tried to change the version from 46 to 45 but the issue still persist.

    Thanks!

    Jerome

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