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TJJ_IBM

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    RE: How to re-register Red Hat after a migration?
    Navigate to www.rhn.redhat.com Delete system profile (before any register attempts) On the system, in a terminal window: cd\(into the redhat directory) /etc/sysconfig/rhn There are two files: 1 systemid 2 install-inum Move to another directory using the “mv” command (ie/tmp) Now you can register the box as normal. Thanks all,
    Link to this post 05 Aug 10

    Navigate to www.rhn.redhat.com

    Delete system profile (before any register attempts)

    On the system, in a terminal window: cd\(into the redhat directory) /etc/sysconfig/rhn
    There are two files:
    1 systemid
    2 install-inum

    Move to another directory using the “mv” command (ie/tmp)

    Now you can register the box as normal.

    Thanks all,

  • TJJ_IBM
    How to re-register Red Hat after a migration?
    I performed a backup of a Linux box, and then restored that backup to a server in a new location. When I go to register the Linux Red Hat, I receive the message that this has already been registered to another system. The old system is no longer using the Linux. How do I re-register the new box with the migrated OS? Please help; this is a critical path item. Thank you,
    Link to this post 05 Aug 10

    I performed a backup of a Linux box, and then restored that backup to a server in a new location.

    When I go to register the Linux Red Hat, I receive the message that this has already been registered to another system.

    The old system is no longer using the Linux.

    How do I re-register the new box with the migrated OS?

    Please help; this is a critical path item.

    Thank you,

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