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  1. Cluster in "Standalone node - no cluster defined"

    All you had to do was add all the nodes to /etc/hosts and see them in the GUI cluster. Thank you for your help.
  2. Cluster in "Standalone node - no cluster defined"

    I thought it was enough to record in corosync.conf: nodelist { node { name: bPVE nodeid: 1 quorum_votes: 1 ring0_addr: 2a04:4880:0:4::7083 } node { name: gPVE nodeid: 2 quorum_votes: 1 ring0_addr: 2a04:4880:0:4::7088 } node { name...
  3. Cluster in "Standalone node - no cluster defined"

    root@bPVE:~# pvesh get /cluster/config/join --output-format json-pretty hostname lookup 'iPVE' failed - failed to get address info for: iPVE: Name or service not known This is expected because iPVE is offline. It should not be a problem. Or yes? Thank you.
  4. Cluster in "Standalone node - no cluster defined"

    Hello, I have the same problem. Cluster 4 node: 3 node online and 1 node offline. Virtual Environment 5.3-12 (latest available version). See screenshots: Help? Thank you.

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