flimzy commented on a change in pull request #219: Fix _cluster_setup api | 
couchdb node name changes | verify cluster setup  

 File path: src/cluster/setup.rst
 @@ -164,9 +164,15 @@ procedure on other machines. Be sure to specify the total 
number of nodes you
 expect to add to the cluster before adding nodes.
 Before you can add nodes to form a cluster, you have to have them
-listen on a public IP address and set up an admin user. Do this, once
+listen on a node address if all nodes can communicate over those IP's,
+also set up an admin user which should be same on all nodes. Do this, once
 per node:
 Review comment:
   This is some very awkward wording, IMO. I suggest rewriting the paragraph as:
   > Before you can add nodes to form a cluster, you must have them listening 
on an IP address accessible from the other nodes in the cluster.  Do this once 
per node:
   > In file ``etc/vm.args`` change the the line ``-name couchdb@`` to 
``-name couchdb@<this-nodes-ip-address>`` for each node. For clustered setup, 
each node in the system must have a unique name.

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