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Disabling a nic for mapr

Question asked by buttercream on Sep 25, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 25, 2013 by Ted Dunning
I've got a 3 node VM cluster, each of them with 3 NICs. Unfortunately I have no control over them since they are maintained by the IT folks. eth0 is actually a management network that we are not supposed to use. eth1 is one we should use. Is there a way to prevent mapr from utilizing eth0 and only use eth1?  Even though I'm using hostnames in all config files and my /etc/hosts maps those hostnames to the domain used on the eth1, I am still seeing log messages where connections are trying to come from the eth0 domain and cldb is rejecting them. So that makes me think that mapr is still inspecting the nic cards and still trying to send traffic over them. Any thoughts?

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