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cfscluster stop [ -f ] [[node_name]... ]
cfscluster stop [ -f ] all
Cluster manager software must be up and connecting the cluster before you run cfscluster.
Only a privileged user can run this command.
- The cfscluster config command needs to be run only once, and from only one node in the cluster. Configures and starts CVM on the nodes in a cluster (when the -s option is used). (Nodes are connected to each other by private network and are directly connected to a shared storage device.) config enables direct access to shared disks by the cluster nodes.
The cluster configuration is initialized with the list of nodes forming the cluster. When a node is taken out of the cluster, CVM is stopped on the node by the cluster manager. This means no access to the shared disks from that node. Similarly, when a node rejoins the cluster, CVM is started automatically on the specified node.
- Unconfigures the cluster set up among the nodes by removing the cluster configuration.
- Starts the cluster manager on the local node. This joins the node to the cluster. On the local node, cfscluster start starts the cluster manager. If there are any cluster mounts associated with the node, the associated shared volume is mounted.
- Stops the cluster manager on the specified nodes, removing the nodes from the cluster. If a node_name is not specified, the cluster manager on the local node is stopped. Use stop all to stop the cluster manager on all nodes.
If a shared volume is mounted on the node, the command fails unless the force option, -f, is specified. If the force option is used, the shared volume is unmounted, then the cluster manager is stopped on that node.
- Reports the status of cluster manager, the CVM state, and mount resources on all nodes in the cluster.
#cfscluster config -t 200 -s
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