Removing a Node from a Cluster - spectrum_platform - 23 - 23.1

Spectrum Installation Guide for Windows

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Spectrum Technology Platform
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Spectrum Installation Guide for Windows
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  1. To remove a node from a cluster, stop the Spectrum Technology Platform server.
    On Do this
    Windows To stop the server, right-click the Spectrum Technology Platform icon in the Windows system tray (shown below) and select Stop Spectrum.
  2. Stop the node you want to remove:
    On Do this
    Linux On Linux, change the working directory to the Spectrum Technology Platform server's bin directory, source the setup file, then type the following command: ./server.stop .
    Windows On Windows, right-click the Spectrum Technology Platform icon in the system tray and select Stop Spectrum.
  3. Open the file server/conf/spectrum-container.properties in a text editor and set spectrum.cluster.enabled to false.
  4. On each of the other nodes in the cluster, open the spectrum-container.properties file and remove the node from the spectrum.cluster.seeds property.

For Spatial users: If you want to keep the node standalone and able to run outside the cluster, copy back the original repository.xml file and remove the following folders from the /server/modules/spatial/jackrabbit directory for each instance of Spectrum Technology Platform: repository, version, workspaces. Restart the server and import the repository content.