I've got VCSA 6.7 set up on a Precision 3620 with local SSD storage. I was trying to update, but can't put the machine in maintenance mode while the VCSA is online. So, I picked up a T1650 to add to my home lab. It's an Ivy Bridge with half the RAM, and only a single 256GB SSD. More than enough for me to push a couple systems to when I'm messing around. Unfortunately, while I was able to create a cluster, I can't join the 3620 to it while it's online, and I can't migrate the VCSA to the 1650 because of the disparity on hardware. I'd need to adjust the cluster to get them compatible with each other by setting it to "max CPU Ivy Bridge" or something. How do I make these changes while the VCSA is running things, when it needs the machine to be off to make the changes? I'm almost to the point of deciding to just scrap the VCSA and build a new one on the T1650 to manage the network, and hope that it has less problem moving up than moving down.