Restart the appserver. but before you do that, change the dns caching behavior for java in the java.security file under the appserver install dir.
Okej, but without restarting the appserv.
Can I change IP in DB ( table device) ?
On the server running he AppServer service, AFAIK, the caching of the IP happens owing to two reasons:
1. Java DNS caching
2. OS's DNS caching, if its enabled (which is usually the case on windows)
Both will usually time out and flush the entry and refresh it.
As a quick try, you can first try flushing the OS DNS cache.
If you are on windows, try 'ipconfig /flushdns'.
For other OS, you could restart teh DNS client service/daemon.
If that does not work, then what Bill has mentioned needs to be done.
this is what you should do:
1. The BBSA Application Server caches the target server's IP Address. This Java DNS cache needs to be cleared.
>>Restarting appserver and running Update Server Properties job should help. Refer to KA304875 for more information on the java dns cache.
2. Multiple IP Addresses assigned to the target server.
>> Check whether the target server has multiple NICs with multiple IP Addresses. If so, check if the old IP Address is still in use on the machine. In that case, it should be removed/corrected for possible conflict.
3. The old IP Address is referenced in the hosts file of the target server.
>>Check the hosts file to make sure the old IP ADDRESS is not referenced there. If so, modify the entry in the hosts file to reflect the new IP Address.
Refer to https://kb.bmc.com/infocenter/index?page=content&id=KA319955&actp=search&viewlocale=en_US&searchid=1328098032623 and https://kb.bmc.com/infocenter/index?page=content&id=KA304875 for reference.
no, because it's going to resolve it from dns/cache.