2.6.3. Deleting a Member from a Cluster

2.6.3. Deleting a Member from a Cluster

To delete a member from an existing cluster that is currently in operation, follow the steps in this section. The starting point of the procedure is at the Choose a cluster to administer page (displayed on the cluster tab).

  1. Click the link of the node to be deleted. Clicking the link of the node to be deleted causes a page to be displayed for that link showing how that node is configured.

    Note

    To allow services running on a node to fail over when the node is deleted, skip the next step.

  2. Disable or relocate each service that is running on the node to be deleted:

    Note

    Repeat this step for each service that needs to be disabled or started on another node.

    1. Under Services on this Node, click the link for a service. Clicking that link cause a configuration page for that service to be displayed.

    2. On that page, at the Choose a task drop-down box, choose to either disable the service are start it on another node and click Go.

    3. Upon confirmation that the service has been disabled or started on another node, click the cluster tab. Clicking the cluster tab causes the Choose a cluster to administer page to be displayed.

    4. At the Choose a cluster to administer page, click the link of the node to be deleted. Clicking the link of the node to be deleted causes a page to be displayed for that link showing how that node is configured.

  3. On that page, at the Choose a task drop-down box, choose Delete this node and click Go. When the node is deleted, a page is displayed that lists the nodes in the cluster. Check the list to make sure that the node has been deleted.


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