pg_autoctl_disable_maintenance - Man Page

Name

pg_autoctl disable maintenance ā€” pg_autoctl disable maintenance

pg_autoctl disable maintenance ā€” Disable Postgres maintenance mode on this node

Synopsis

A pg_auto_failover can be put to a maintenance state. The Postgres node is then still registered to the monitor, and is known to be unreliable until maintenance is disabled. A node in the maintenance state is not a candidate for promotion.

Typical use of the maintenance state include Operating System or Postgres reboot, e.g. when applying security upgrades.

 usage: pg_autoctl disable maintenance  [ --pgdata --allow-failover ]

--pgdata      path to data directory

Options

--pgdata

Location of the Postgres node being managed locally. Defaults to the environment variable PGDATA. Use --monitor to connect to a monitor from anywhere, rather than the monitor URI used by a local Postgres node managed with pg_autoctl.

--formation

Target formation where to disable secondary feature.

Examples

$ pg_autoctl show state
 Name |  Node |      Host:Port |       LSN |   Connection |       Current State |      Assigned State
------+-------+----------------+-----------+--------------+---------------------+--------------------
node1 |     1 | localhost:5501 | 0/4000810 |   read-write |             primary |             primary
node2 |     2 | localhost:5502 | 0/4000810 |    read-only |           secondary |           secondary
node3 |     3 | localhost:5503 | 0/4000810 |         none |         maintenance |         maintenance

$ pg_autoctl disable maintenance --pgdata node3
12:06:37 47542 INFO  Listening monitor notifications about state changes in formation "default" and group 0
12:06:37 47542 INFO  Following table displays times when notifications are received
    Time |  Name |  Node |      Host:Port |       Current State |      Assigned State
---------+-------+-------+----------------+---------------------+--------------------
12:06:37 | node3 |     3 | localhost:5503 |         maintenance |          catchingup
12:06:37 | node3 |     3 | localhost:5503 |          catchingup |          catchingup
12:06:37 | node3 |     3 | localhost:5503 |          catchingup |           secondary
12:06:37 | node3 |     3 | localhost:5503 |           secondary |           secondary

$ pg_autoctl show state
 Name |  Node |      Host:Port |       LSN |   Connection |       Current State |      Assigned State
------+-------+----------------+-----------+--------------+---------------------+--------------------
node1 |     1 | localhost:5501 | 0/4000848 |   read-write |             primary |             primary
node2 |     2 | localhost:5502 | 0/4000848 |    read-only |           secondary |           secondary
node3 |     3 | localhost:5503 | 0/4000000 |    read-only |           secondary |           secondary

Author

Microsoft

Info

Jan 06, 2022 1.6 pg_auto_failover