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HA node member

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I heritate a DNS setup from the previous colleagues. They broke an HA because they removed (physically) a node1. Now I want to correct this on the grid manager and change from a HA status towards a single node status. Any idea how to do this, avoiding to do back a join of the node 2 ? So that I can prepare correctly the next upgrades.




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Re: HA node member

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Simply change the network setting on that node. change the type member from High Availability Pair to Standalone member





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