[PVE-User] Moving cluster to new subnet

Michael Rasmussen mir at miras.org
Sun Dec 15 13:28:16 CET 2013


On Sun, 15 Dec 2013 03:53:53 -0800
Lex Rivera <me at lex.io> wrote:

> Hello, title says it all. Is there any guides/common mistakes/etc for
> moving cluster to different subnet?
1) Test that there is access to every storage from the new network
2) Shutdown every node in the cluster
3) Do the following
	- Make appropriate changes to /etc/network/interfaces on every
	  node
	- Make appropriate changes to /etc/hosts on every node
4) Power up every node in the cluster, one by one.
5) Ensure every node is part of the cluster

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