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influxd-ctl show

The influxd-ctl show command lists all nodes in an InfluxDB Enterprise cluster.

Usage

influxd-ctl show 

Example output

Data Nodes
==========
ID      TCP Address    HTTP Address   Version   Labels             Passive
4       data1:8088     data1:8086     v1.11.3   {"az":"us-west"}   false
5       data2:8088     data2:8086     v1.11.3   {"az":"us-east"}   false
 
Meta Nodes
==========
ID      Raft Address   HTTP Address   Version   Labels
1       meta1:8089     meta1:8091     v1.11.3   {"az":"us-west"}
2       meta2:8089     meta2:8091     v1.11.3   {"az":"us-west"}
3       meta3:8089     meta3:8091     v1.11.3   {"az":"us-east"}

Raft Status
==========
Leader  meta1:8089
Peers   ["meta2:8089", "meta3:8089"]

Flags

See influxd-ctl global flags.


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