mcsadmin for MariaDB Enterprise ColumnStore

MariaDB Enterprise ColumnStore 1.4 and earlier ships with a command-line utility and administrative console called mcsadmin to configure and manage MariaDB Enterprise ColumnStore.

mcsadmin commands can be run as command-line arguments:

$ sudo mcsadmin getStatus

Alternatively, if you need to execute several commands, you can open the administrative console by running mcsadmin without arguments:

$ sudo mcsadmin

Command Summary

Command

In 5.4?

In 1.5?

In 1.4?

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1.4

addDbroot

1.4

addModule

1.4

alterSystem-disableModule

1.4

alterSystem-enableModule

1.4

assignDbrootPmConfig

1.4

assignElasticIPAddress

1.4

disableLog

1.4

disableMySQLReplication

1.4

enableLog

1.4

enableMySQLReplication

1.4

exit

1.4

findObjectFile

1.4

getActiveAlarms

1.4

getActiveSQLStatements

1.4

getAlarmConfig

1.4

getAlarmHistory

1.4

getAlarmSummary

1.4

getLogConfig

1.4

getModuleConfig

1.4

getModuleCpu

1.4

getModuleCpuUsers

1.4

getModuleDisk

1.4

getModuleHostNames

1.4

getModuleMemory

1.4

getModuleMemoryUsers

1.4

getModuleResourceUsage

1.4

getModuleTypeConfig

1.4

getProcessConfig

1.4

getProcessStatus

1.4

getSoftwareInfo

1.4

getStorageConfig

1.4

getStorageStatus

1.4

getSystemCpu

1.4

getSystemCpuUsers

1.4

getSystemDirectories

1.4

getSystemDisk

1.4

getSystemInfo

1.4

getSystemMemory

1.4

getSystemMemoryUsers

1.4

getSystemNetworkConfig

1.4

getSystemResourceUsage

1.4

getSystemStatus

1.4

help

1.4

monitorAlarms

1.4

movePmDbrootConfig

1.4

quit

1.4

redistributeData

1.4

removeDbroot

1.4

removeModule

1.4

resetAlarm

1.4

restartSystem

1.4

resumeDatabaseWrites

1.4

setAlarmConfig

1.4

setModuleTypeConfig

1.4

setProcessConfig

1.4

shutdownSystem

1.4

startSystem

1.4

stopModule

1.4

stopSystem

1.4

suspendDatabaseWrites

1.4

switchParentOAMModule

1.4

system

1.4

unassignDbrootPmConfig

1.4

unassignElasticIPAddress

1.4