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    Removing a Management Server from an Active SSR Cluster

    Note: This procedure makes the following assumptions:

    • You are working with an active cluster and the SSR database is in production mode. If you are unsure what mode the database is in, see Viewing the SSR Database Mode (SRC CLI).
    • The client node that is hosting the management server is installed, configured and active, and you want it to remain in the cluster as a client node only.

    Caution: This procedure requires you to restart the component database on all management servers in the cluster, which is a disruptive process. This procedure should be performed only during a maintenance window. Review this procedure in full before proceeding.

    To remove a management server from a client node in an active cluster:

    1. Select the client node from which you want to remove the management server, and reconfigure the node as a client node without a management server.

      See Configuring the Nodes in the SSR Cluster (SRC CLI).

    2. Commit the configuration.

      See Committing a Configuration and Exiting Configuration Mode.

    3. Place the database into maintenance mode.

      See Placing the SSR Database into Maintenance Mode (SRC CLI).

    4. Disable the component database on all management servers in the cluster (one by one).

      See Disabling the SSR Database (SRC CLI).

    5. Enable the component database on all management servers in the cluster (one by one).

      See Enabling the SSR Database (SRC CLI).

    6. Verify the cluster configuration changes by viewing the status of the database.

      See Viewing the Status of the SSR Cluster (SRC CLI).

    7. Place the database into production mode.

      See Placing the SSR Database into Production Mode (SRC CLI).

    Modified: 2015-06-23