RHEL 5.5: how to remove a clustered VG?

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Old 04-14-2013
RHEL 5.5: how to remove a clustered VG?

Hi all,

I have a 2 node rhel 5.5 cluster (2 server and 1 quorum disk).
I created 2 cluster resources using Luci web console, they are 2 Volume Groups.

I want to remove that cluster and shutdown node 2, but I don't want to loose data on Volume Groups clustered.

How can I remove that cluster and mount volume Groups (now managed by Luci) without loosing data?

Thanks and regards
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