If I remember right, it actually has to be deactivated under Service
Management. It's not just restarting the service.
On Tue, Nov 29, 2016 at 11:36 PM, Derek Andrew <derek.and...@usask.ca>
> Would a simple reboot accomplish the same as deactivating and activating?
> On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 2:19 PM, Nick Barnett <nicksbarn...@gmail.com>
>> I just thought I would share what happened with this, even though it is
>> super old. Changing the node names to FQDN was mostly painless. The one
>> thing that bit me was bug CSCuy13916. After changing the names of the
>> nodes, the TFTP service needs to be DEACTIVATED and then re-activated in
>> order to fully update the certificates. Before taking those steps, I kept
>> getting certificate errors from CuciLync, but afterwards, everything worked
>> as designed.
>> Other than that, any CTI route points (and any other device as well) that
>> exist will fall to another node in the CMG. Not a big deal, just something
>> to be aware of.
>> On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 3:13 PM, Nick Barnett <nicksbarn...@gmail.com>
>>> We are on 10.0 and this cluster has been upgraded over the years from
>>> 8.0 to 8.6 to 10.0. I know it used to be common practice to rip the host
>>> name out of a new node and put in the IP address. That's how we are set
>>> up... but now that I need to do some work with certs so that jabber and
>>> cucilync work properly, it's time to fix this.
>>> Is there anything I should watch out for? Anything that may bite me in
>>> rare cases? We have CER, CVP, CUC, UCCE and a rarely used IMP.
>>> I checked that each node has DNS enabled by looking at "show network
>>> eth0" on each sub. I also then looked up each FQDN from each node and they
>>> all resolve properly. As far as I know, that's about it.
>>> Thanks in advance!
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