Use the serviced pool command to view and manage Control Center resource pools.
COMMANDSThe following commands are available for serviced pool:
- List all pools.
- Add a new resource pool.
- remove, rm
- Remove an existing resource pool.
- Lists the IP addresses for a resource pool.
- Add a virtual IP address to a resource pool.
- Remove a virtual IP address from a resource pool.
- Set a connection timeout for a high-latency resource pool (for example, 5m, 2h, 6.6s).
- Set permission flags for hosts in a resource pool.
- help, h
- Show a list of commands or the help for a single command.
serviced pool set-conn-timeout
The serviced pool set-conn-timeout command sets the length of time the scheduler waits for a disconnected delegate to rejoin its pool before moving the services scheduled for the delegate to a different host in the pool.
serviced pool set-conn-timeout POOLID TIMEOUT
- ms, milliseconds
- s, seconds
- m, minutes
- h, hours
serviced pool set-permission
The serviced pool set-permission command sets permission flags for hosts in the resource pool, POOLID. Before removing access to administrative functions (--admin), remove DFS access.
serviced pool set-permission [--dfs[=false]][--admin[=false]] POOLID
- Add or remove permission to mount the DFS. The default value is true.
- Add or remove permission to perform administrative functions DFS. The default value is true.
Give a resource pool distributed file system (DFS) access:
serviced pool set-permission --dfs pool_01_140620
Give a resource pool access to administrative functions:
serviced pool set-permission --admin pool_01_140620
serviced pool set-permission --dfs=false pool_01_140620
serviced pool set-permission --admin=false pool_01_140620
Set the connection timeout value to 3 minutes:
serviced pool set-conn-timeout pool_01_140620 3m