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From Mark Thomas <ma...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Changing IP address..
Date Sat, 19 Aug 2006 00:01:48 GMT
Atul Govande wrote:
> How do I change IP address automatically in Server.XMl and httpd.conf and
> worker.properties file. Case Scenario: I have working Apache Tomcat running
> on server Name 10.31.5.xxx. I have changed my network and new server name is
> 10.31.10.xxx. What is the best way for seamless migration form old
> 10.31.5.xxx to 10.31.10.xxx address without modifying Server or httpd or
> worker properties file? Is  it possible ? if yes how ? 
> Any suggestion is appricaiated.Currently I am manually changing all the
> files.

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