2.8. Considerations for Using Conga

2.8. Considerations for Using Conga

When using Conga to configure and manage your Red Hat Cluster, make sure that each computer running luci (the Conga user interface server) is running on the same network that the cluster is using for cluster communication. Otherwise, luci cannot configure the nodes to communicate on the right network. If the computer running luci is on another network (for example, a public network rather than a private network that the cluster is communicating on), contact an authorized Red Hat support representative to make sure that the appropriate host name is configured for each cluster node.


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