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4.7. Changing the Cluster Name

Although the Cluster Configuration Tool provides a Cluster Properties dialog box with a cluster Name parameter, the parameter is intended only for use during initial cluster configuration. The only way to change the name of a Red Hat cluster is to create a new cluster with the new name. For more information about using the Cluster Configuration Tool, refer to Chapter 3 Cluster Configuration.

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