pg_autoctl_get_node_replication-quorum - Man Page

Name

pg_autoctl get node replication-quorum ā€” pg_autoctl get node replication-quorum

pg_autoctl get replication-quorum ā€” get replication-quorum property from the monitor

Synopsis

This command prints pg_autoctl replication quorum for a given node:

usage: pg_autoctl get node replication-quorum  [ --pgdata ] [ --json ] [ --formation ] [ --name ]

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

Description

See also pg_autoctl show settings for the full list of replication settings.

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 formatted data.

--formation

Show replication settings for given formation. Defaults to default.

--name

Show replication settings for given node, selected by name.

Environment

PGDATA

Postgres directory location. Can be used instead of the --pgdata option.

PG_AUTOCTL_MONITOR

Postgres URI to connect to the monitor node, can be used instead of the --monitor option.

XDG_CONFIG_HOME

The pg_autoctl command stores its configuration files in the standard place XDG_CONFIG_HOME. See the XDG Base Directory Specification.

XDG_DATA_HOME

The pg_autoctl command stores its internal states files in the standard place XDG_DATA_HOME, which defaults to ~/.local/share. See the XDG Base Directory Specification.

Examples

$ pg_autoctl get node replication-quorum --name node1
true

$ pg_autoctl get node replication-quorum --name node1 --json
{
    "name": "node1",
    "replication-quorum": true
}

Author

Microsoft

Info

Jan 26, 2023 2.0 pg_auto_failover