From: Dickson, Steve <SteveD@pa...> - 2001-11-27 12:50:52
I was reading in the INSTALL file of ssi-linux-2.4.10-ac4-v0.5.2 that I
turn off networking (step 3 of section III: Configuring the cluster). Does
that I will have no network access to the Cluster?
Paceline Systems Corporation
50 Nagog Park
Acton, MA 01720
I guess since all the nodes share the same disk( shared storage ) all
will end up in the same network configuration file. But i guess you can
do a 'ifconfig' on each node to bring the node to the external network.
Ha it is always advisory for you to use another network card for
external network. If you want to keep the same configuration use the
cluster.conf with the IP you want eth0 to be configure.
correct me if I am wrong
On Tue, 2001-11-27 at 18:18, Dickson, Steve wrote:
> I was reading in the INSTALL file of ssi-linux-2.4.10-ac4-v0.5.2 that I
> turn off networking (step 3 of section III: Configuring the cluster). Does
> this mean
> that I will have no network access to the Cluster?
> Steve Dickson
> Paceline Systems Corporation
> 50 Nagog Park
> Acton, MA 01720
> Tel: 978-929-8839
> Fax: 978-263-8381
> ssic-linux-devel mailing list
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