pg_autoctl_get_formation_settings - Man Page

Name

pg_autoctl get formation settings ā€” pg_autoctl get formation settings

pg_autoctl get formation settings ā€” get replication settings for a formation from the monitor

Synopsis

This command prints a pg_autoctl replication settings:

usage: pg_autoctl get formation settings  [ --pgdata ] [ --json ] [ --formation ]

--pgdata      path to data directory
--json        output data in the JSON format
--formation   pg_auto_failover formation

Description

See also pg_autoctl_show_settings which is a synonym.

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.

--json

Output JSON formated data.

--formation

Show replication settings for given formation. Defaults to default.

Examples

$ pg_autoctl get formation settings
  Context |    Name |                   Setting | Value
----------+---------+---------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------
formation | default |      number_sync_standbys | 1
  primary |   node1 | synchronous_standby_names | 'ANY 1 (pgautofailover_standby_2, pgautofailover_standby_3)'
     node |   node1 |        candidate priority | 50
     node |   node2 |        candidate priority | 50
     node |   node3 |        candidate priority | 50
     node |   node1 |        replication quorum | true
     node |   node2 |        replication quorum | true
     node |   node3 |        replication quorum | true

$ pg_autoctl get formation settings --json
{
    "nodes": [
        {
            "value": "true",
            "context": "node",
            "node_id": 1,
            "setting": "replication quorum",
            "group_id": 0,
            "nodename": "node1"
        },
        {
            "value": "true",
            "context": "node",
            "node_id": 2,
            "setting": "replication quorum",
            "group_id": 0,
            "nodename": "node2"
        },
        {
            "value": "true",
            "context": "node",
            "node_id": 3,
            "setting": "replication quorum",
            "group_id": 0,
            "nodename": "node3"
        },
        {
            "value": "50",
            "context": "node",
            "node_id": 1,
            "setting": "candidate priority",
            "group_id": 0,
            "nodename": "node1"
        },
        {
            "value": "50",
            "context": "node",
            "node_id": 2,
            "setting": "candidate priority",
            "group_id": 0,
            "nodename": "node2"
        },
        {
            "value": "50",
            "context": "node",
            "node_id": 3,
            "setting": "candidate priority",
            "group_id": 0,
            "nodename": "node3"
        }
    ],
    "primary": [
        {
            "value": "'ANY 1 (pgautofailover_standby_2, pgautofailover_standby_3)'",
            "context": "primary",
            "node_id": 1,
            "setting": "synchronous_standby_names",
            "group_id": 0,
            "nodename": "node1"
        }
    ],
    "formation": {
        "value": "1",
        "context": "formation",
        "node_id": null,
        "setting": "number_sync_standbys",
        "group_id": null,
        "nodename": "default"
    }
}

Author

Microsoft

Info

Jan 06, 2022 1.6 pg_auto_failover