ollie at eillo.org wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
>> I have some questions about uname, hostname and /etc/hosts
>> on a Linux box output of the commadn uname -a is:
>> Linux one04 22.214.171.124 . . . . . . #Im not typing the whole thing
Copy paste :-)
>> What exactly is dub04 and where does it come from?
>> On the same box the output of the command "hostname" is "two04"
>> In /etc/hosts only "two04" is present.
Check /etc/sysconfig/network as there may be a different hostname
defined in there.
>> - The names are made up but correspond to the situation im seeing.
> - This is some kind of Hi Availability system - im not sure what.
>> In this case where could "two04" coming from and why is it different
> to what I see in uname -a?
You can use hostname to change the, er, hostname ;-0
>> Im just trying to satisfy my curiosity :)
>> Best Regards,
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