We are planning out a company name change. As part of this process we are going to need to change our domain names for various things (Email, Website, internal subdomains etc. Our existing servers both Linux, Unix, UCS and Windows will need to have their domains changed, the hostnames of the servers will not change, but to domain/subdomain on a FQDN will need to be changed.
Example, ucs-0001.operations.bebconsultingservices.com will need to be changed to ucs-0001.operations.b3bconsultingservices.com is a good example of the type of change we are looking to make.
Before we make this change in our Univention Corporate Server environment, we'd like to know what the impacts might/will be? I see there is an LDAP impact with a hostname change, however the hostnames are not changing in our current plan, just the domain/subdomain portion of a FQDN is what we are looking to change.
Our hope is that we won't need to build a new server with the new domain for each and every existing UCS Server in the old domain. Then have to migrate data for apps and such.
Has any one just changed the domain, and left the hostname intact? Does anyone have a general step by step on how they did their migration? Any suggestions or recommendation is much appreciated.
We are at the planning stage of this project right now, and we have a plan in place for our linux, unix and windows environments . We now are needing to come up with a plan for our UCS/Univention Corporate Server environment.