LMS 3.2, Device Center shows DFM@oldserver in Managing Applications
installed LMS 3.2 and restored the database. Things seem to be working but in Device Center the list of Managing Application(s) shows Device Fault Manager@OLDserver, RME@newserver, Campus Manager@newserver etc.
Wondering how to get rid of the DFM@OLDserver. Old setup was multi-server. Switched to stand alone and also changed the system id account password and restarted the daemons. Is there a way to clear this out?
Re: LMS 3.2, Device Center shows DFM@oldserver in Managing Appli
Truly purging the groups for the old DFM server name can be tricky, and you should open a TAC case to get the full procedure. You can try shutting down Daemon Manager, then changing NMSROOT/etc/ogs/applicants.reg, and change the entry there. If that does not work, then the actual OGS tables need to be dropped and recreated.
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