6.15. Propagating the Configuration File to the Cluster Nodes

After you have created or edited a cluster configuration file on one of the nodes in the cluster, you need to propagate that same file to all of the cluster nodes and activate the configuration.
Use the following command to propagate and activate a cluster configuration file. When you use the --activate option, you must also specify the --sync option for the activation to take affect.
ccs -h host --sync --activate
To verify that all of the nodes specified in the hosts cluster configuration file have the identical cluster configuration file, execute the following command:
ccs -h host --checkconf
If you have created or edited a configuration file on a local node, use the following command to send that file to one of the nodes in the cluster:
ccs -f file -h host --setconf
To verify that all of the nodes specified in the local file have the identical cluster configuration file, execute the following command:
ccs -f file --checkconf