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HClusterIgnoreSynchro (Function)
In French: HClusterIgnoreSynchro

Defines a node of the HFSQL cluster as data source to perform the cluster synchronization.

Note: This function is an advanced function. We recommend that you use the HFSQL Control Center to manage a HFSQL cluster.

Note: From version 19, HFSQL is the new name of HyperFileSQL.
// Resynchronizes the HFSQL cluster from the database found on the host3 node
HClusterIgnoreSynchro("clustermanager.mydomain.com", "secret", "host3.mydomain.com")

<Result> = HClusterIgnoreSynchro(<Coordinator> , <Password> , <Node>)
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the function was successful,
  • False otherwise. To find out the error details, use ErrorInfo.
<Coordinator>: Character string (with quotes)
DNS name of the computer where the coordinator of the cluster is installed.
<Password>: Character string (with quotes)
Password used to connect to the coordinator. This password was given when installing the cluster.
<Node>: Character string (with quotes)
DNS name of the node whose database will be used as reference when resynchronizing the cluster.

When all the nodes of a cluster have been abnormally stopped (further to a power outage or to a network failure for example), no node is sure to contain the most updated data. In this case, HClusterIgnoreSynchro is used to manually define the node that will be used as reference when resynchronizing the cluster.

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  • Version 15
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