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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C00 Object Storage Service (Compatible with Amazon S3 APIs) Administrator Guide 07

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Viewing Cluster Information

Viewing Cluster Information

This operation enables you to view information about an existing cluster.

Procedure

  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Settings > Storage Region Settings > Region Information Configuration > Region.
  3. Click in front of Global. In the navigation tree that is expanded, select the owning region of the cluster whose information you want to view, click in front of the region, and click the owning AZ of the cluster.
  4. In the cluster list, view the cluster information.

    Table 6-9 lists related parameters.

    Table 6-9  Parameters for adding a cluster

    Parameter

    Description

    ID

    Cluster ID

    NOTE:

    The cluster ID is automatically generated during the deployment.

    Name

    Cluster name

    Alias

    Cluster alias

    Service Address

    Address for providing services externally, such as receiving or sending service requirements.

    Management Address

    Management floating IP address of the cluster for communication between clusters.

    LS Monitoring Address

    Service address for monitoring cluster status.

    Default Cluster

    Whether the current cluster is the default one in its owning AZ

    Owning AZ

    AZ that houses the cluster

    LS Role

    LS role of the cluster. The value can be:
    • Primary: Provides the service of querying the locations of all the buckets that belong to the owning region of the cluster.
    • Not running: A cluster that is not running does not provide the service of querying bucket locations.

    Provisioning Orchestration Engine Role

    Provisioning orchestration engine role of the cluster. The value can be:
    • Primary: Provides the authentication service for the owning region of the cluster.
    • Not running: A cluster that is not running does not provide the authentication service.

    CDR Role

    CDR role of the cluster. The value can be:
    • Primary: Provides the CDR service for the owning region of the cluster.
    • Not running: A cluster that is not running does not provide the CDR service.

    Description

    Cluster description.

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Updated: 2019-04-28

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