Daniels detailed note did the trick. I commented out the localhost entry and
got the required hostid.
On 12/14/06, Daniel Shaw <dshaw78 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Ah, I misread your post.. Sorry.
> > I believe you can use the sethostid command to do this, never tried
>> Heya again,
>> Nope, your second post had the answer. I missed it while writing my
> post. 'sethostid' is a C call thingy, not a command, but you just have
> to creat a /etc/hostid file. Easy.
>> It's in the link you sent. Walter should be good to go now.
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