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Can I change a value in the ASM configuration file after I have created diskgroups

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I installed the ASM drivers and configured the drivers on 3 nodes and created diskgroups. ran the scan disks command and oracleasm-discover. When I go to all nodes and type oracleasm listdisks I see all the disks. When I rechecked everything i did I notice the asm group assigned in the configuration file is not the right value. If I go in and edit that file will it mess up the diskgroups I have created?
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By "configuration file" do you mean the "initialization" file (init+ASM.ora)? Chanaging the value in the init.ora file will not work.
Follow these instructions If you need to Rename Disks Groups
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