Cluster commands

Create

Command: create <name>

Create a new empty cluster with a specified name. After the cluster creation, the context is automatically set to this cluster.

Options


Delete

Command: delete <name>

Delete a cluster previously created. On deletion, the Vagrant virtual machines of the cluster are also destroyed.

Options

  • --force or -f - Avoid the confirmation message prompt.

Exit

Command: exit

Only useful in the Jumbo shell.

Clean the Jumbo shell context.


List clusters

Command: listclusters

List all the clusters managed by Jumbo. The list contains details about the domain names, the numbers of VMs, the services installed and the repositories URLs.


Provision

Command: provision

Start the virtual machines and force provisioning.

Options

  • --cluster or -c - The cluster of the virtual machines.

Repair

Command: repair <name>

Recreate a jumbo_config file for a cluster if it has been destroyed. If this is the case, Jumbo will let you know with an error message.


Restart

Command: restart

Restart the virtual machines of a cluster.

Options

  • --cluster or -c - The cluster of the virtual machines.

Start

Command: start

Start the virtual machines of a cluster. Once started, starts the Hadoop services. The first time, it will start the virtual machines and install all components.

Options

  • --cluster or -c - The cluster of the virtual machines.

Status

Command: status

Give the status of the virtual machines of a cluster.

Options

  • --cluster or -c - The cluster of the virtual machines.

Stop

Command: stop

Stop the virtual machines of a cluster.

Options

  • --cluster or -c - The cluster of the virtual machines.

Use

Command: use <name>

Only useful in the Jumbo shell.

Set the context to a previously created cluster. The context allows to use Jumbo without specifying the cluster on every command. The current context is indicated next to jumbo in the shell:

jumbo > use mycluster
Loading mycluster...
Cluster "mycluster" loaded.
jumbo (mycluster) >