Nutanix cluster ip address change - how to without using IPv6.

I have a Nutanix / Dell 3 node environment, I have managed to change the host Ip addresses to a new subnet and I have also change the CVM ip addresses, but I am having problems finding a way to either change the Cluster IP address from the CLI or break the cluster and rebuild with new IP and name.   Can anyone help?  I am not that conversant with Linux so a simple explanation if possible to get this done.

Many thanks

EricIT Systems and Asset ManagerAsked:
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Can you not do this from Prism (the GUI web-console management tool)?
EricIT Systems and Asset ManagerAuthor Commented:
HI Kaffiend,  I am unable to start Prism, and now when I go to the CLI to get cluster status it says the cluster is still in reconfigure mode - and the instruction for getting it out of reconfigure does not find the relevant file.  So I am stuck


I'm afraid I'm not familiar with this particular situation/scenario.
(I suppose you've seen the support document that mentions this scenario which instructs you to contact support)

I'm not sure I can offer much help, but would be happy to try:

As far as taking it out of reconfigure mode, what response do you get when you type this command:
rm -v ~/.node_reconfigure

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EricIT Systems and Asset ManagerAuthor Commented:
Hi, I have raised a call with Nutanix, but I try to figure these things out as it helps me understand my systems better when other things go wrong.

The error I was getting was: no such file , however I have logged on this morning to and run the command and it was successful - how very odd!  ----  I have found the reason - the command I read had a "c" on the end - I now realise the formatting of the document had moved the point letter to the end of the command reconfigure.  A simple typo!  

Thank you for getting me to check the command.

The cluster is up, and I have access to Prism now yay.
EricIT Systems and Asset ManagerAuthor Commented:
Hi, Many thanks for your help, it helped me review what I had done and correct the incorrect command.

Best regards

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