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Rename Windows Oracle 10 Server

Posted on 2012-03-14
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I have Oracle 10 running on a Server 2003r2 Virtual Machine (VMWare ESXi) and I would like to copy that Virtual Machine and rename it.

What happens to the Oracle Server installation (and it's instance) on the new machine, with a new server name?

Where do I have to reconfigure Oracle?

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First at all the Listener (file listener.ora) needs the new address.

Also you need the recreate the repository of the Oracle Enterprise manager.

All clients have to know the new name of the server in order to make connections.
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