Our environment does not support multicast, therefore we are doing manual
host discovery with something like:
The question I would like answered is whether or not ES can use a single
address bound to multiple IP's via around-robin DNS as the host in the
where cluster.ourdomain.com has multiple A records for round-robin DNS
pointing to all of our ES instances.
My experience is that ES asks for the first IP, and if it is the machine's
own IP the node will fail to join the cluster and never request another IP
from DNS. Is this behavior accurate or am I taking crazy pills?
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