Stardog Cluster is a collection of Stardog Server instances running on one or more virtual or physical machines that, from the client’s perspective, behave like a single Stardog Server instance. Read more about Stardog’s High Availability (HA) Cluster offering.
The table below contains the CLI commands to administer a cluster in Stardog. Select any of the commands to view their manual page.
|Creates a set of files with the minimal configuration for deploying a Stardog cluster.
|Prints info about the nodes in the Stardog Pack cluster.
|Retrieves metrics for each server in the cluster.
|Instruct a standby node to upgrade itself to a full node
|Pause a standby node
|Resume a standby node
|Get the status of a standby node
|Prints status information for each node in the cluster
|Issues a shutdown request to all the nodes in the Stardog cluster.
|Generates a diagnostics report zip for all participating cluster nodes (includes log and configuration files).