Change of FQDN

Ivailo Tanusheff i.tanusheff at
Tue Jul 19 08:59:16 GMT 2005

You should check /etc/rc.conf and /etc/hosts
Also check every service you are using - in their config files you may 
also have FQDN
And after that check your log files for any errors, reported by the system 
and services :)

Ivailo Tanusheff
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Change of FQDN


Just a quick question, I need to change the domain name of a machine
running 5.4. I see that it is set when the machine boots up but I can't
find out where is is set.


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