[Linux-cluster] How to update cluster.conf

Bowie Bailey Bowie_Bailey at BUC.com
Tue Dec 20 22:06:41 UTC 2005

Jonathan Brassow <mailto:jbrassow at redhat.com> wrote:
> Those instructions seem pretty out of date for... hmmm, what are you
> using - RHEL3, RHEL4, something else?
> I think RHEL4 would be:
> 1) all nodes in cluster w/ original cluster.conf
> 2) cp /etc/cluster/cluster.conf foo.conf
> 3) edit foo.conf, bumping version #
> 4) ccs_tool update foo.conf
> 5) cman_tool version -r <current version #>

That's what I was looking for.  I seem to remember that ccs_tool command
now that you mention it.  I'll have to put this in my notes for next

I'm running on CentOS4, which should be the same as RHEL4.

The instructions I was following are from:

They are a bit out of date, but it is a pretty good step-by-step
instruction set for a newcomer.  If there is a better one out there by
now, let me know.


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