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iLO servername is wrong

Posted on 2006-07-20
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I have an iLO issue where the server name is reflecting the wrong name in iLO.  Their is no where in the iLO interface where I can correct this, so I assume it's retrieving the name from the system it's hosting.  (I'm not talking about the subsystem name which reflects the DNS name )  I suspect some parts were exchanged between the two server, perhaps resulting it the disparity.  It has resulted in some odd behavior, such as failure to get a remote console.

is their some sort of cache I can clear so the correct name will be shown?
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It pulls it out of the remote insight agent so make sure that is listed as an active agent in control panel/HP Management agents.
Is the server name seen correct through SIM and in survey.txt?
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Ah!  It appears the HP agent isn't  installed on the effected PCs!
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