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Moving a Cluster

Need some guidance. We are going to be moving our two node NW65sp3
cluster/SAN to a different building and subnet. I have a TID on how to
change the IP address on Netware 6.5 - TID10088753 and I am assuming
that changing the IP addresses of the virtual servers in the cluster is
done through ConsoleOne, but is there documentation on what the best
procedure is to do this? I guess what I'm asking is, should all the
re-addressing be done before you take the cluster down or move it and
then re-address? Names will not change. Thanks.
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Re: Moving a Cluster

On Mon, 18 Jul 2005 15:36:03 +0000, Matthew Blunk wrote:

> I guess what I'm asking is, should all the re-addressing
> be done before you take the cluster down or move it and then re-address?


I would do the move first and then change the addresses. Start the server
up without loading any services and change the addresses for the server
itself and for the services running on the server. All the cluster stuff
is modified through C1. TID 10067853 provides some guidande. Finally
restart the server with all services and verify all is working OK.


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//Niclas Ekstedt
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InfraSystems Solutions
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Re: Moving a Cluster

Niclas Ekstedt wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Jul 2005 15:36:03 +0000, Matthew Blunk wrote:
>
>
>>I guess what I'm asking is, should all the re-addressing
>>be done before you take the cluster down or move it and then re-address?

>
>
> I would do the move first and then change the addresses. Start the server
> up without loading any services and change the addresses for the server
> itself and for the services running on the server. All the cluster stuff
> is modified through C1. TID 10067853 provides some guidande. Finally
> restart the server with all services and verify all is working OK.
>
>

Thanks Niclas!
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