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Unfortunately there is no good manual way of doing this as of now. If
you want to change the size of the cluster, you have to *stop* the
cluster, change the cluster size, and start a new cluster. Restarting
with a different number of nodes and the -x option will not work.
Having the ability to add/remove nodes to an existing cluster is a
planned feature. The add/remove node functinality is also a requirement
for dynamically resizing the cluster based on the number of Sun Grid
Engine jobs. Dynamic resizing is also a planned feature for StarCluster.
This functionality will not make the next release but will be high
priority for the release following.
On 04/28/2010 12:46 PM, Carlos Fernando Corral Espinoza wrote:
> I'm working on a project using Starcluster. For example, I get up 5
> nodes without problems.
> But sometimes I need to get up additional nodes. How could I do this?.
> It would be necessary re-configure the starconfig with
> the number of nodes and run like new again "starcluster-s". Help me please
> Carlos Corral Espinoza
> Starcluster mailing list
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Received on Wed Apr 28 2010 - 14:15:53 EDT