How to find out a cluster name?
pstorage tool works with tab completion, which means that you can type "pstorage –c" and hit TAB to get the cluster name.
However, each time when the name is typed in manually and misspelled, pstorage remembers it and suggests several variants next time:
~# pstorage -c [hit TAB button] spcs spcs1
To remove unnecessary cluster names, just delete corresponding directories from
~# find /etc/pstorage/clusters /etc/pstorage/clusters /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs/cs.list /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs/.digest_auth.lock /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs/.lock /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs/auth_digest.key /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs/mds.list /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs1 /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs1/.lock ~# rm -rf /etc/pstorage/clusters/spcs1
NOTE: Directories to remove should contain only *.lock files.