From: David B. Zafman <david.zafman@hp...> - 2003-09-16 00:12:42
In a future release we will be transitioning to having all nodes with
unique hostnames (from /etc/nodename), as well as supporting NFS server
with a single common cluster-wide name in /etc/clustername. Some
applications running inside an SSI cluster may need different hostnames
on each node. One can make the following change to
/etc/sysconfig/network in order to get that. Since NFS server isn't
working yet, this doesn't have any impact. I'm assuming that during
openssi_addnode, a unique cluster node name was specified and that the
name corresponds with the address of the external networking interface
on that node.
# onall cat /etc/nodename
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