Updating the hosts file


10-Feb-2016 22:08

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I just moved a server I was setting up from my work network to a colo.

The helpful guy at the colo set up networking there, so it's working fine now. At work, I named the server "antunsbox", since it was on the internal network, so /etc/hosts used to look like this (spaces have been added because the forums won't let me post anything that looks like a link): # Do not remove the following line, or various programs # that require network functionality will fail. localdomain localhost 192.168.1.8 antunsbox antunsbox. workdomail antunsbox antunsbox# Do not remove the following line, or various programs # that require network functionality will fail. localdomain localhost 123.123.123.123 antunsbox antunsbox.# antunsbox antunsboxoopps sorry, i type the contents of my /etc/hosts file wrongly.

File System Object")str File = "D:\FROM DAN\IP\ipaddress.txt" //the text file with ip address in it. If anyone has a batch file that can do this, my ears are still open I can make the LAST line of the hosts file the ip that needs to be deleted and replaced.

Hi Under the Shields options there is the option to 'Prevent any program from modifying the HOSTS file'.

INFO subprocess: Starting process: ["/usr/bin/VBox Manage", "showvminfo", "219e65d3-a795-4e0d-b983-f89110a0cb1e", "--machinereadable"] INFO subprocess: Starting process: ["/usr/bin/VBox Manage", "showvminfo", "219e65d3-a795-4e0d-b983-f89110a0cb1e", "--machinereadable"] INFO ssh: Attempting SSH connnection... INFO ssh: - Host: 127.0.0.1 INFO ssh: - Port: 2200 INFO ssh: - Username: vagrant INFO ssh: - Password? If hostmanager is running after balancer01 is already protected by the firewall, these firewaill rules could be what's blocking hostmanager from talking to We're looking into getting hostmanager to run after 'set hostname' so that by the time the provisioner runs, all the hosts are in /etc/hosts of the guest.

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