[PCA 3.x] How to Start MySQL Cluster in Degraded State
(Doc ID 2867937.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 06, 2023
Applies to:Private Cloud Appliance X9-2 - Version Not Applicable and later
When one Management Node is unavailable and cannot start, MySQL cluster will not start automatically and needs to be told to disregard the offline Management Node.
Check MySQL cluster state by ndb_mgm -e "all status".
If available ndbd nodes are stuck in "Starting" state and one or more is offline, the cluster will not start.
Tailing the /var/lib/mysql-cluster/ndb_*_cluster.log, there should be repeated messages that nodes are waiting for an offline node.
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