Proxmox clusters can be very usefull. But sometimes you need to remove a node from a cluser for one reason or another. It could be that the hardware is getting old and you need to replace it with a new machine. In this video I walk you though all the steps needed to remove a node from a Proxmox cluser.
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- Kevin Stevenson
- Wednesday, Jul 10, 2019