You should perform these steps, only if you have changed the IP addresses of the vRealize Automation appliances after the restore of vRealize Automation has started. This is a workaround to get the vRealize Automation up and running after the restore, if you have changed the IP addresses during the restore process.

If you have changed the IP addresses of the vRealize Automation appliances during the restore process, you must perform the following steps to have the vRealize Automation operational after the restore.

Procedure

  1. Change the DNS server so that the FQDNs of all the vRealize Automation machines points to the new IP addresses.
  2. Add the new IP addresses in the load balancer pools, such as virtual appliances, web, and manager.
  3. Update the /etc/hosts file for each of the vRealize Automation virtual appliance nodes with the new IP addresses.
  4. Update the /etc/sysconfig/elasticsearch for each of the vRealize Automation virtual appliance nodes with the new IP addresses.
  5. Restart all the vRealize Automation virtual appliance nodes.

Results

You should now be able to start up vRealize Automation.