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In a Vmware linux is there any way to add eth1  we have already eth0 with out shutting down the  database.
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Select the VM, Right Click the VM, Edit Settings, Add New Network Interface. (ensure you have VMware Tools installed), it's Hotplug
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If you have added etho1 already just restart network
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ok
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