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VOS_SETADDRS(1)		     AFS Command Reference	       VOS_SETADDRS(1)

       vos_setaddrs - Set new addresses	for a file server's entry in the VLDB

       vos setaddrs -uuid <UUID	of server>
	   -host <IP address>+
	   [-cell <cell	name>] [-noauth] [-localauth]
	   [-verbose] [-encrypt] [-noresolve] [-help]

       vos seta	-u <UUID of server>
	   -ho <IP address>+
	   [-c <cell name>]
	   [-noa] [-l] [-v] [-e] [-nor]	[-h]

       The vos setaddrs	command	sets the IP addresses for a server entry in
       the Volume Location Database (VLDB). Specify one	or several IP
       addresses.  All existing	addresses in the VLDB server entry are
       replaced	with the new addresses given on	the command line.

       To find the UUID	for a server entry, use	the "vos listaddrs -printuuid"
       command to display all VLDB server entries with their UUIDs.

       Normally, the best way to change	the registered addresses for a server
       entry is	to restart the File Server process after changing the network
       configuration for that server and possibly the NetInfo and NetRestrict
       files for that server.  See NetInfo(5) and NetRestrict(5) for more
       information about configuring the File Server to	register the correct
       set of addresses.  This command can be used to change the registered
       addresses without restarting the	File Server, but the next time the
       File Server is restarted, it will register all of its known addresses
       again.  You should therefore always ensure that the File	Server
       configuration is	correct	for whenever it	is next	restarted before using
       this command.

       Setting the wrong addresses will	make the volumes on that file server
       unreachable from	AFS clients.

       This command was	introduced in OpenAFS 1.5.74, but can be used with any
       version of the Volume Location Server.

       -uuid <UUID of server>
	   The unique ID as provided by	the "vos listaddrs -printuuid"

       -host <IP address>+
	   The new list	of IP addresses	for the	File Server.

       -cell <cell name>
	   Names the cell in which to run the command. Do not combine this
	   argument with the -localauth	flag. For more details,	see vos(1).

	   Assigns the unprivileged identity "anonymous" to the	issuer.	Do not
	   combine this	flag with the -localauth flag. For more	details, see

	   Constructs a	server ticket using a key from the local
	   /usr/local/etc/openafs/server/KeyFile file. The vos command
	   interpreter presents	it to the Volume Server	and Volume Location
	   Server during mutual	authentication.	Do not combine this flag with
	   the -cell argument or -noauth flag. For more	details, see vos(1).

	   Produces on the standard output stream a detailed trace of the
	   command's execution.	If this	argument is omitted, only warnings and
	   error messages appear.

	   Encrypts the	command	so that	the operation's	results	are not
	   transmitted across the network in clear text.

	   Shows all servers as	IP addresses instead of	the DNS	name. Lets you
	   work	with IP	addresses for input, without the DNS translation
	   between the input and the registration of the IP address in the

	   Prints the online help for this command. All	other valid options
	   are ignored.

       The following command sets addresses and for
       the UUID	008f157e-bad0-157c-0ffee-357c4d1faa77

	  % vos	setaddrs -uuid 008f157e-bad0-157c-0ffee-357c4d1faa77 \
	      -host -host -verbose
	  vos: Changed UUID with addresses:
	  UUID:	008f157e-bad0-157c-0ffee-357c4d1faa77

       Issuer must be listed in	the /usr/local/etc/openafs/server/UserList
       file on each database server machine.

       CellServDB(5), NetInfo(5), NetRestrict(5), UserList(5), sysid(5),
       fileserver(8), vos(1), vos_listaddrs(1),	vos_remaddrs(1)

       KTH 2010. All Rights Reserved.

       This documentation is covered by	the IBM	Public License Version 1.0.

OpenAFS				  2016-12-14		       VOS_SETADDRS(1)


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