December 29, 2018 at 9:22 am #24339
I wanted to change the host name in openam , i am trying to run export-svc-cfg sso command.
$ ssoadm \
–adminid amadmin \
–encryptsecret myEncryptSecretString1234 \
–password-file /tmp/pwd.txt \
But i am getting error as “Command not found”. Any help would be much appreciatedDecember 30, 2018 at 7:51 pm #24344Brad TumyParticipant
Check to make sure that you are currently in the directory where ssoadm is located and then if this is a Linux system use “./ssoadm” to run the command.December 31, 2018 at 4:24 pm #24345
That helped. Thanks. But another i am facing another issue while importing service configuration.
After some research found that similar kind of issue has been raised already
But i did not find a solution. Instead, experts are advising to do a fresh install.
DhilipJanuary 2, 2019 at 10:22 am #24349Andy CoryParticipant
How easy it is to do a fresh install is usually based on whether your original configuration was done manually or was scripted. There are many reasons why having a repeatable scripted build is beneficial, this is certainly one of them. How much manual effort would there be for you?
-AndyJanuary 2, 2019 at 3:42 pm #24354
The fresh install would take time as there are more of custom configuration involved. I can still do it if that is the only option. But as i already have a openam running in a AWS linux server and i have taken a snapshot of the server and restored it in a new server. I thought it is enough if i can change the host name in openam config files to make it running in new server.
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