Multiple hostnames - CLIENT:hostname
Schrittenlocher at rz.uni-frankfurt.de
Mon Jan 9 13:37:59 CET 2006
we are using virtual hostnames which are often transferred from one
machine to another. So database.server and web.server might be hosted
today on machine A and tomorrow on machine B. One machine can have
several virtual hosts, each of them related to a service. We want hobbit
to present all common data (like ssh, conn) for all these hosts
($hostname and virtual hosts A and B) and we want the client to send
data to the server using specific hostnames (e.g hostname xxx for
external script A and hostname yyy for external script B).
How do I change the client's name before sending a message by an
How can common data be presented for several hosts? I've seen the
possibility to add "CLIENT:hostname" to bb-hosts. But I think that is
not what we need. We don't want to change the hostname, but to present
the same data send by a client by different names (more than one).
Thanks for your help!
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