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After searching around I saw most of the examples from google are of 3 node , where one of them is a Luci Cluster manager and 2 nodes are ricci clients.
I wanted to know if there are only two nodes available which have to be part of the cluster and no third management node, then can Luci be used on any of the nodes ? if yes then which one? Which topology will be best suited ?
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And as said to the OP in this thread, Red Hat has plenty of documentation...since you're using Red Hat Enterprise, you're paying for access to it.