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Mason J. Katz Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 9:26 AM To: Jeff Pummill Cc: Huu Lam; npaci-rocks-discuss...@sdsc.edu Subject: Re: [Rocks-Discuss] Command to remove a NIC
Listen to Jeff.
You have two choices:
1) remove and then add
# insert-ethers --remove compute-0-7 # insert-ethers --rank=7
2) just one step
# insert-ethers --replace compute-0-7
On 8/1/07, Jeff Pummill <jpum...@uark.edu> wrote: > insert-ethers --replace
> Jeff Pummill
> Huu Lam wrote: > > Hi,
> > One of my compute node's (compute-0-7) motherboard is dead.
> > Therefore, I am going to replace the motherboard.
> > I would like know what are the steps in rebuilding a compute node when > > it has a new motherboard and a new NIC.
> > For example:
> > 1) insert-ethers --remove="compute-0-7"
> > 2) I can't remember the command to remove the NIC address from the > > Frontend?
> > 3) And last do a PXE boot.
> > My concerns is that when it's been rebuilt will it still be name as > > "compute-0-7" ?
> > Any advice is appreciated.
> > Thank you,
> > Huu Lam
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