The Update Cluster DB Host page appears when you choose Update > Cluster DB Host.
You must have system administrator authority to access this page.
Use the Update Cluster DB Host page to designate a new server as the Emergency Responder cluster database host server.
The following table describes the Update Cluster DB Host page.
Table 2 Update Cluster DB Host page
Displays the name of the current cluster database host
Cluster DB Host Details
ClusterDB Hostname/IP Address
Enter the hostname (if DNS is configured) or the IP address of the new cluster database host.
If the cluster is spread across domains, then enter a fully qualified hostname.
Enter the password for the new cluster database host
Reenter the password for the new cluster database host.
Click the Go button to designate the new server as the new cluster database host.
The Emergency Responder Cluster DB host details are updated. Emergency Responder services must be restarted for this change to take effect. You must restart Emergency Responder Services by rebooting the Emergency Responder publisher and subscriber servers. Only restarting Emergency Responder services does not work because the IP address is cached by other services and this updates the Emergency Responder Cluster DB host details for this server group only. Other servers in this Emergency Responder cluster are NOT updated automatically. For further details, see Update Emergency Responder Cluster Database host details.