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Linux Rocks Cluster remove node
Posted on: October 24, 2009 at 12:00 AM
In this tutorial you will learn how to remove the rocks cluster nodes.

If you have installed the nodes in a Rocks Cluster and now you want to remove any node, you can easily remove the node by using insert-ethers --remove command.

Let's consider you have to remove the following nodes
a) compute-0-0
b) compute-0-1
and c) compute-0-2

Then you can remove it using the following commands
# insert-ethers --remove="compute-0-0"
# insert-ethers --remove="compute-0-1"
# insert-ethers --remove="compute-0-2"

After removing the nodes you again reinstall the compute node by booting it. This way you should be able to install the compute node correctly.


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Posted on: October 24, 2009

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