clx for MariaDB Xpand
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Xpand includes a general-purpose command line utility called clx for monitoring and managing a deployment.
The clx command must be executed on one of the Xpand nodes.
A single clx command is automatically processed in parallel on all Xpand nodes. It is located in the
The most useful commands are:
Displays the status, IP, and disk utilization of each node in the deployment.
Runs Linux commands in parallel on all nodes
Consolidates and filters Xpand logs so database issues can be researched and resolved.
Stops Xpand on all nodes.
Starts Xpand on all nodes.
Restarts Xpand on all nodes. (Use in lieu of
Xpand clx utility also communicates with another critical element of the system called nanny. The nanny is a database deployment process that provides monitoring to ensure that all processes vital to Xpand are running. It is activated at system startup. If any critical Xpand component fails at any point, for any reason, nanny restarts it automatically.
For additional information, see "
clx in MariaDB Xpand Reference".