Thanks to those who responded with usefull information.
The answer is that the server is set using a command line switch (-s )in
the init file (/etc/init.d/networker) and by editing the init file you can
change it to what you need.
On Mon, 20 Sep 1999, F.M. Taylor wrote:
> I recently installed Solstace Backup, server and clients, on a number of
> my solaris boxen. When I installed the clients I specified a server.
> Since that time, due to licenseing requirements, I was forced to change
> which machine is the server. Unfortunatly none of the clients recognize
> the new server and won't allow backups to be performed.
> So, my question is, without re-installing the client software and
> specifing no default backup server (which according to the book allows ANY
> backup server), is there a way to change which server is specified as the
> backup server on each of the clients?
--- F.M. (Mike) Taylor UNIX Systems Administrator. Indiana State University. Terre Haute, IN. 47809
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