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is serviceguard relocatable IP considered hp serviceguard cluster ip address?
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No - and Yes.  The relocatable IP address is part of a package, so it's not "The cluster" - The cluster is the collection of physical servers (nodes), each of which have their own IP addresses. On the other hand, connecting to the relocatable IP takes you to the active node (for that package), so it could be considered as connecting to the cluster.

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