I noticed that the default cluster name is my.cluster.com. I see that this appears to be defined in /opt/mapr/conf/mapr-clusters.conf

Is this where I change it? Should I change it before configuring any additional nodes?

asked 13 Jul '11, 09:18

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You can change it manually in /opt/mapr/conf/mapr-clusters.conf or by specifying the -N option with the cluster name of your choice when running configure.sh.


answered 13 Jul '11, 09:36

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edited 13 Jul '11, 10:02

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To add to this, mapr-clusters.conf can contain list of entries for different clusters. The name chosen in mapr-clusters.conf for cluster is purely for users to identify cluster by name. So, one can install client package on any node, have list of entries to different clusters identified by name of choice and address different clusters with those names.


answered 13 Jul '11, 11:57

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