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ORACLE 11g RAC ip change

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Hi all,

We have a 2 node Oracle 11g RAC environment configured on RHEL 5 in our local environment. Yesterday the system admin moved the servers to another floor and now the IPs of the servers have changed.

Because of this i cannot get clusterware services to start. I get the following error when i try to start the service

Failure 1 contacting Cluster Synchronization Services daemon
Cannot communicate with Cluster Ready Services
Cannot communicate with Event Manager

I need to know the places where i need to change the IP configuration (other than the etc/hosts) to get the RAC environment up and running.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank
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Log in as the root user and execute
system-config-network &
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