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High availability: How do I change the IP address of an Standby server

I set up an standby server for bes 5.0.1 MR2
everything ran smooth.
After a while however I had to change the IP address of the standby server.

After that the Service MDS-IS of the Primary server failed.
and some logs sem to prove that during startup the service tries to contact the old IP address.

I checked DNS entries were correctly changed.

MDS-IS Log looks like that:

...
INFO ][2010-06-07 14:52:13,318][SlipServiceImpl]Service | New State | Name=SLIP Service; State=STARTED;
[INFO ][2010-06-07 14:52:13,318][SecurityServiceFactory]Service | New State | Name=SecurityServiceFactory; State=STARTED;
[INFO ][2010-06-07 14:52:13,349][Registration]Cluster | Registering node with the cluster. | Node ID=123.124.125.12_1275915133334;
[ERROR][2010-06-07 14:52:33,524][RegistrationInvocation]Cluster | Registration failed with peer node. | Node ID=123.124.125.11_1275641219796;
net.rim.firefly.ConnectionTimeoutException
at net.rim.firefly.Channel.handleConnectionTimeout(Ch annel.java:252)
at net.rim.firefly.Channel.receiveScheduleEvent(Chann el.java:234)
at net.rim.firefly.util.scheduler.TimerScheduler$Sche duleImpl$ScheduleEventTask.run(TimerScheduler.java :98)
at java.util.TimerThread.mainLoop(Unknown Source)
at java.util.TimerThread.run(Unknown Source)
[INFO ][2010-06-07 14:52:33,525][Registration]Cluster | Registration NACK received from peer node. | Node ID=123.124.125.11_1275641219796;
[INFO ][2010-06-07 14:52:33,526][ClusterServiceImpl]Service | New State | Name=ClusterService; State=STOPPED;
[INFO ][2010-06-07 14:52:33,526][ServiceMgr]Service | New State | Name=ServiceManager; State=STOPPED;
[INFO ][2010-06-07 14:52:33,534][ApplicationMgr]Service | New State | Name=ApplicationManager; State=DESTROYED;
...

where 123.124.125.11 was the first address of the standby server. ( well I changed the address in this document of course)


when I put back the standby server to the original IP address everything ran fine again.

So the adresses of the "cluster" members are hardcoded somewhere.
How can I execute a change of IP adresses correctly ?