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# k3s
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it’s not ideal but it’ll probably work. If you’re adding new nodes to a cluster, you should be sure to target the existing cluster version when running the install script.
hello Brandon, I hope all is well.
I have 5 nodes and they're all control plane nodes
one of the nodes is a ubuntu computer. I changed its ip address of the ubuntu to a differernt ipv4 address and then i noticed it wasn't being recognized anymore by the k3s cluster.
i put back its old ip address and its back in the clust now fine. but how if i want to change my ubuntus ip address, what would i have to change on the kubernetes side for the ubuntu so it gets back in the cluster successfully. thankyou regards -will
delete the node and rejoin the cluster to change IP