cluster gateway delete

Deletes the list of MapR gateways from a source MapR cluster.

Source MapR clusters can use such lists to locate the gateways that enable replication of table data to a particular MapR cluster or indexing of table data in a particular Elasticsearch cluster. You create lists of gateways by running the maprcli cluster gateway set command.

There are three methods of specifying the location of gateways to a MapR cluster that is a source for table replication or indexing in Elasticsearch. If a source MapR cluster relies on DNS records to find out where gateways are located, or the cluster relies on the mapr-clusters.conf file to locate gateways, there is no list for the cluster gateway delete command to delete.

Note: Deleting a list of gateways with the maprcli cluster gateway delete command does not uninstall the listed gateways from the MapR cluster where they are located.

Syntax

CLI
maprcli cluster gateway delete
   -dstcluster <cluster name>
   [ -cluster <cluster on which command to be run> ]
REST
http[s]://<host>:<port>/rest/cluster/gateway/delete?dstcluster=<path>

Parameters

Parameter Description
dstcluster

The name of the cluster on which the gateways are located.

If you are replicating table data to another MapR cluster, specify the name of that destination cluster. This destination cluster could be the source cluster if you are performing intracluster replication.

If you are indexing table data in an Elasticsearch cluster, specify the name of the source MapR cluster because that is where the gateways are located.

cluster If you are not on the source cluster, provide the name of the source cluster that this command should be run on,

Example

Deletes a list of gateways that is stored on a source MapR cluster. The gateways are being used for table replication and are located in the destination MapR cluster newyork.

CLI
maprcli cluster gateway delete -dstcluster newyork
REST
https://<host>:<port>/rest/cluster/gateway/delete?dstcluster=newyork