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tiup dm disable

After restarting the machine on which the cluster service is located, the cluster service will be automatically enabled. To disable the auto-enabling of cluster service, you can use the tiup dm disable command. This command executes systemctl disable <service> on the specified node to disable the auto-enabling of the service.

Syntax

tiup dm disable <cluster-name> [flags]

<cluster-name> is the cluster whose service auto-enabling is to be disabled.

Options

-N, --node

  • Specifies the nodes whose service auto-enabling is to be disabled. The value of this option is a comma-separated list of node IDs. You can get the node IDs from the first column of the cluster status table returned by the tiup dm display command.
  • Data type: STRINGS
  • If this option is not specified in the command, the auto-enabling of all nodes is disabled by default.

Note:

If the -R, --role option is specified at the same time, the auto-enabling of services that match both the specifications of -N, --node and -R, --role is disabled.

-R, --role

  • Specifies the roles whose service auto-enabling is to be disabled. The value of this option is a comma-separated list of node roles. You can get the roles of nodes from the second column of the cluster status table returned by the tiup dm display command.
  • Data type: STRINGS
  • If this option is not specified in the command, the auto-enabling of all roles is disabled by default.

Note:

If the -N, --node option is specified at the same time, the auto-enabling of services that match both the specifications of -N, --node and -R, --role is disabled.

-h, --help

Prints the help information.

Output

The execution log of the tiup-dm.

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