Moving Cluster network from 1GB to 10GB

dthompson

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Nov 23, 2011
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Hi all,

I am looking to know if there is a fairly easy way to migrate my existing cluster from 1GB to 10GB network without having to tear everything down.

I have a spare 10GB network port in each of my servers that I would like to use for the cluster network.
Is there an easy way to do this? Does it just require the changing of the IP addresses on the network interface(s) or is there more to it than that?

I am running PVE 6.2 on each host.
Thanks,
 
Hi dthompson,

I’m quite new to Proxmox, but I think that if you are using only a single Corosync link for the cluster, then you could configure a second one using the 10Gb interface and then you could change the link priority, so you can use the new interface as primary cluster link.

I don‘t know if this change can be performed that easy, but it could be a possible way to go ...

Regards
 

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