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Step 1: Verify, Set Initial Global  

The global device_auto_resize_to_largest controls how device1 files are consistently sized throughout your cluster. Ensure that this is initially set to false so it does not interfere with this process.

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Run these commands on each node that was softfailed
shell> rm /data/clustrix/pnid
shell> systemctl stop clustrix
shell> systemctl start clustrix

Users of CentoS 6 will need to use initctl instead of systemctl 

Step 4: Re-add the Node to the Cluster

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Once the procedure is complete on all nodes and the device1 files have been reduced in size, set the global variable device_auto_resize_to_largest  to true. This ensures that all future nodes added to the cluster will have their device1 files sized the same.

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