Just a small legato cluster (on Linux in my case) commands reference guide.
to list resources in legato cluster:
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd lrg (lists the legato resource groups)
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd lip (lists ip numbers in legato cluster)
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd ln (lists legato cluster nodes)
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd lp (lists all the processes in legato cluster)
to start a legato cluster resource group:
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd "bgo resource_group_name node"
to stop a legato cluster resourse group:
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd "tgo resource_group_name"
to start a legato cluster monitored application:
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd "start application node"
to stop a legato cluster monitored application:
$FT_DIR/bin/ftcli -cmd "stop application"
Provided by:SiQ systems, Cloud experts
Sunday, October 14, 2007
small legato cluster commands guide
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