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Can't add my isilon node

Posted on 2014-09-26
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Hi,

I've created a node for my ISILON IQ12000X which is by default on OneFS 6.5
I add with no problem another node which is by default on OneFS 6.5
Now i want to add my last node, i reset factory default but OS is One FS 5.X and it doesn't see the master node...

Do you think it's possible to add node 5.X to an existing cluster 6.5?
I don't have support anymore, could someone provide me a link to update the node to 6.5?

Thanks
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Question by:thibault Leboucq
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by:driskollt
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When a node is added to an Isilon cluster - it's automatically upgraded/downgraded to whatever OneFS version the cluster is running.

When you connect the node to the Infiniband switches, it should show up in the GUI to add it to the cluster.  Once you add it, it should update the code and reboot it.

Do you have an account with support.emc.com? If not, you should create one - you can download lots of docs there.
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thibault Leboucq earned 0 total points
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Well, problem was that i had ONe FS 6.5 and One FS 5.5 on other which is not compatibe.
I had to update manually one of my node and then add it again.
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by:thibault Leboucq
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I've found this issue alone.
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