How to add an existing node to a cluster already in Cluster Control ?

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    Art van Scheppingen

    Hi Levieux,

    Adding a new node to an existing cluster is a pro/enterprise feature of ClusterControl.

    If you are using the community/standard license this feature is disabled. Which license are you on?

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    Best regards,

    Art

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    levieux stephane

    Thanks for your asnwer.

    I have the communauty Edition, i thought add node was disabled only if we want use cluster control to install the new node.

    I thought we were able to add a already installed node . 

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    levieux stephane

    Should i  clean my cluster control server and make a new install of the communauty edition to have a complete view of my cluster ? For the moment i dont need to use Cluster Control to add and install nodes (Manage Options ?) , i just need monitoring. (Communauty edition ?) 

     

    Thanks

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    Indy Nagpal

    Hi. I'm trying out Cluster Control, and still have 25 days in trial (and before it turns into community edition). I can't see any place to add a new node to an existing cluster. Can someone please advise.

    Thanks.

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    Ashraf Sharif

    Hi Indy,

    For MySQL Replication, there is a function called "Add Replication Slave" (under Actions menu), where you can use to add a new replication slave or an existing slave to an existing cluster.

    Regards,
    Ashraf

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    Indy Nagpal

    Thanks Ashraf.

    That worked.

    On a side note... this means that the option that I checked when creating the cluster to 'Auto Discover Nodes" does not quite do what it says it does. I had expected the node to just show up, much like what Orchestrator does.

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    Ashraf Sharif

    Hi Indy,

    AFAIK, we don't have such option when importing the cluster into ClusterControl. What ClusterControl provides are "Enable information_schema Queries", "Enable Node AutoRecovery" and 
    "Enable Cluster AutoRecovery". The last two options tell ClusterControl to recover a node or cluster if they fail.

    Regards,
    Ashraf

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    Indy Nagpal

    Thanks for clarifying that Ashraf. My mistake. I somehow read it as 'Auto Discovery' as opposed to 'Auto Recovery'.

    Give we are talking about a Cluster Control software, it would be good if it did 'Auto Discovery' as well -- time for me to log a feature request ;)

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