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[Xen-users] [XCP] Changing IP on XCP pool members.

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Subject: [Xen-users] [XCP] Changing IP on XCP pool members.
From: Buckminster Katt <buckykattnj@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 9 Oct 2010 04:45:44 -0400
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So I attempted to move my two XCP servers to new IPs, and seem to have tripped over a problem.  They are in a pool... and when I changed the main one's IP... I discovered I couldn't change the IP on the second one.  Then I noticed I was unable to change the IP on the slave... and it seems that taking it out of the pool will destroy the VMs on the slave.

Luckily, I was able to change the main server back to the original IP and everything worked, but now I have lost remote access to them, so I really need to change the IPs... can someone point me to a page that describes how this is done to avoid losing VMs?  I'm sure its something easy that I have missed.



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