Managing a Server Cluster¶
CDS offers easy to use management options for database clusters.
Fields on the
Administrative Settings dialog display the current owner
and the email address to which notification emails about the state of
the cluster are sent. You can also use the dialog to modify the network
security rules for the cluster.
To access the dialog, highlight the name of a cluster on the
Clusters tab, and click
Administrative Settings icon.
Use the fields on the dialog to modify the Administrative settings for a cluster:
- Use the drop-down listbox in the
Ownerfield to select a new cluster owner; please note that only those users with permissions to access the tenant on which the cluster resides are included in the list.
- Use the
Notification Emailfield to specify the address to which you wish notices about the state of the cluster to be sent.
- Use the
Add Rulebutton to open a popup that allows you to define a new security rule for the cluster.
- Highlight a security rule and click the
Delete Rulebutton to delete a security rule for the cluster.
After modifying the administrative settings for the cluster, click the
Confirm button to preserve your changes.
Managing Database Server Operations¶
Highlight a cluster name and select the
Restart/Reload DB Servers icon
(located in the left column on the
Clusters tab) to initiate a database
restart or reload operation on one or more cluster nodes.
Use the options on the dialog to select servers and management actions:
- Check the box next to a host address to restart or reload the selected server.
- Select a radio button next to
Reloadto specify the action that will be performed.
After making your selections, click
Confirm to start the restart or
reload operation. A popup will confirm that the server(s) are restarting
or reloading. You can confirm the status of the operation in the
Please note: you should perform these operations during maintenance windows. For more information about the reload and restart operations, please see the Postgres core documentation