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How to handle localhost interfaces in ACC

Hi,

we are working on an initial ACC setup and currently face the following issue: When we configure 2 and more Linux servers into Adaptive Computing Controller, ACC complains about seeing localhost hostname and IP (127.0.0.1) on multiple servers in the same time. However, that's quite common having localhost configuration same on all systems.

The error message is:

Hostname'localhost.localdomain' is reported from host test03 as well as from host 'test01' check your network setup!

It seems without this conflict being solved we can't continue in configuration, as the server resource is in error state.

How this conflict should be solved/configured in ACC? Is there some way how to let it ignore loopback interfaces or anything else?

Thanks.

Lukas Kubin

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    Posted on May 24, 2011 at 07:44 PM

    Replying myself: There's a separate configuration interface in ACC at http://<acc-host> :<port>/ACCConfig/BaseConfigurationServlet?paramCfgClass=com.sap.nw.lm.aci.engine.baseconfig.data.MonitoringConfigData . There is an ignore list to prevent selected IPs/hostnames, eg. local loopback interfaces, from duplicity checks.

    Well, quite successfully hidden secret described in Note 1366742. Better I would like to see it in the ACC guide.

    Lukas Kubin

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