Provided by: update-cluster_0.41.5-3_i386 bug

NAME

       update-cluster-add - adds a node to the cluster database

SYNOPSIS

       update-cluster-add [options] ...

DESCRIPTION

       update-cluster-add  adds  an information for one machine to the machine
       list database.

OPTIONS

       --ip [IP address]
              Specifies the IP address of the added node.

       --mac [MAC address]
              Specifies the MAC address of the added node.

       --hostname [hostname]
              Specifies the hostname of the added node.

       --bootmaster [bootmaster IP]
              Specifies the IP of the bootmaster of this node.

       --notes [master]
              Adds a note for the added node, use --notes  master  to  specify
              that this node is the master node.

       --nfsroot [nfsroot]
              Specifies the NFS root directory for this system.

       --clusterxml [clusterxml]
              Specifies the cluster.xml file to use instead of default.

EXAMPLES

       update-cluster-add  --ip  192.168.1.1 -mac ab:cd:ef:11:22:33 --hostname
       beonode
              Adds one node to the cluster database.

FILES

       /etc//update-cluster/cluster.xml
              The information of the new node is added to this file.

       /usr/share/update-cluster/cluster.dtd
              The DTD for the xml database.

NOTES

       Please  see the sample files, and read the README.Debian file included.

AUTHOR

       Written by Junichi Uekawa <dancer@debian.org>,  <dancer@netfort.gr.jp>,
       <dancer@mikilab.doshisha.ac.jp> for the Debian Project.

SEE ALSO

       update-cluster-parseconfig   (1),  update-cluster-remove  (1),  update-
       cluster-regenerate (8)