Cluster Commands ================ The following commands are available when you are in a cluster.
clusterconfig prepjoin new
This will add a new host that is to join the cluster over the CCS port.
serial_number - The serial number of the machine being added. hostname - The host name of the machine being added. user_key - The SSH user key from the "prepjoin print" command from the joining machine.
clusterconfig prepjoin delete
This will remove a host that was previously indicated to be added from the "prepjoin new" command. This is only necessary to be used if you later decide not to add the host. When a host is successfully added to the cluster, its prepjoin information is automatically removed.
Changes the name of the cluster to the given name.
Creates a new cluster group. The group starts off with no members.
Change the name of a cluster group.
clusterconfig deletegroup [new_groupname]
Remove a cluster group.
groupname - Name of the cluster group to remove. new_groupname - The cluster group to put machines of the old group into. This is not necessary if there are no machines in the group.
Sets (or changes) which group a machine is a member of.
machinename - The name of the machine to set. groupname - The group to set the machine to.
Remove a machine from the cluster.
Display all the machines currently in the cluster and whether they are currently administratively disconnected.
Display the status of connections between all the machines currently in the cluster.
clusterconfig disconnect machinename
This will temporarily detach a machine from the cluster.
machinename - The name of the machine to disconnect.
clusterconfig reconnect machinename
This will restore connections with machines that were detached with the "disconnect" command.
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