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Use systemd to restart all nodes on the specified hosts on startup.


For Linux versions that support systemd, use systemd to restart all nodes on the specified hosts on startup.
For this command to function, the user running memsqlctl must have sudo permissions on the hosts that you specify. You can revoke these permissions after running the command.
This command may require additional steps for systems running SE Linux in enforcing mode.

  memsql-admin enable-nodes-autostart [flags]

      --all            Start nodes on reboot for all hosts in the cluster
      --force          Ignore unavailable hosts (if they exist) and associated copying errors
  -h, --help           Help for enable-nodes-autostart
      --host strings   Specify the host(s) on which to start their nodes on reboot

Global Flags:
      --backup-cache FILE_PATH              File path for the backup cache
      --cache-file FILE_PATH                File path for the Toolbox node cache
  -c, --config FILE_PATH                    Toolbox configuration file path
      --disable-spinner                     Disable the progress spinner, which some terminal sessions/environments may have issues with
  -j, --json                                Enable JSON output
      --parallelism POSITIVE_INTEGER        Maximum number of operations to run in parallel
      --runtime-dir DIRECTORY_PATH          Where to store Toolbox runtime data
      --ssh-max-sessions POSITIVE_INTEGER   Maximum number of SSH sessions to open per host, must be at least 3
      --state-file FILE_PATH                Toolbox state file path
  -v, --verbosity count                     Increase logging verbosity: valid values are 1, 2, 3. Usage -v=count or --verbosity=count
  -y, --yes                                 Enable non-interactive mode and assume the user would like to move forward with the proposed actions by default


This command is interactive unless you use either the --yes or --json flags to override interactive behavior.