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HDP on Windows – Installation Forum

When adding data nodes

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    Sasha J
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    Taehyeon,
    Yes, cluster.properties and hosts files needs to be updated.
    Same is for network configuration.

    Hope this help!
    Thank you!
    Sasha

    #42647

    Is it necessary to stop and restart the services on all legacy machines every time a slave is added? For example, if I have master, slave 1, and slave 2 that are all configured and I want to add slave 3 do I have to update cluster.properties on master, slave 1, and slave 2 and then stop and restart services on all 3 of them or will they dynamically pick up the change to the properties file?

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