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List information about all MemSQL Ops nodes in the cluster. This command can be used to filter MemSQL Ops nodes based on SingleStoreDB database roles.

This command can be used in conjunction with other memsql-ops commands to achieve more robust functionality. Here is a simple example:

memsql-ops memsql-list --agent-id Ad916a -q | xargs -n 1 memsql-ops memsql-restart --no-prompt

This command will restart all SingleStoreDB nodes running in a particular agent with ID prefixed by Ad916a.


usage: memsql-ops memsql-list [--settings-file SETTINGS_FILE] [-q] [-j]
[-r {leaf,aggregator,master} [{leaf,aggregator,master} ...]
| --availability-group {1,2}]
[--agent-id AGENT_ID | --local]
List SingleStoreDB nodes in the cluster.
optional arguments:
--settings-file SETTINGS_FILE
A path to a MemSQL Ops settings.conf file. If not set,
we will use the file in the same directory as the
MemSQL Ops binary.
-q, --quiet Only display SingleStoreDB ids.
-j, --json Print output as JSON.
-r {leaf,aggregator,master} [{leaf,aggregator,master} ...], --memsql-role {leaf,aggregator,master} [{leaf,aggregator,master} ...]
Only list SingleStoreDB nodes with the specified role.
--availability-group {1,2}
Only show leaves in the specified availability group.
--agent-id AGENT_ID Only list SingleStoreDB nodes that are collocated with the
specified agent.
--local Only list SingleStoreDB nodes which are on the local MemSQL
Ops agent.
Include nodes that we have unmonitored.

Last modified: April 25, 2023

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