Tnx Öberg_Mats Hector Davie for quick reply
But it did not help
I needed the file names that I should change to effect hostname change.
I got it from docs.sun.com
Change the line "SERVER old-name" to "SERVER new-name"
ON license Server :
file : /etc/opt/licenses/licenses_combined
On Client :
file : /opt/SUNWspro/license_dir/sunpro.lic,1
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> I have three m/c as license servers for C and fortran.
> I wish to change one of the host names to a new one.
> Where all should I change for lmgrd to work?
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