Churn is occurring in the Host object. The primaryIPAddress field is changing from "null" to "null" often.
Following is an excerpt from the find frequent change script output:
| Timestamp| Property| Change Type| Old Value| New Value|
| 2011-08-17 09:13:12.057| primaryIpAddress| Value Change| null| null|
| 2011-08-17 09:13:08.875| primaryIpAddress| Value Change| null| null|
| 2011-08-17 09:13:07.003| primaryIpAddress| Value Change| null| null|
Two VM hosts had been cloned after FglAMs had been installed on them. The cloned hosts had different IP addresses and hostnames, but the FglAMs were still reporting in with the original host IDs and were reporting in with the original host names.
Change the hostnames that the FglAMs report in with using the steps in SOL49400 and change the host IDs for the FglAM.
The link to SOL49400 follows:
The steps to change the FglAM host ID follow:
1). Open a command prompt and navigate to the %FglAMHOME%\bin directory.
2). Issue the following command:
fglam --configure --silent --reset-host-id
3). Stop and start the FglAM.