In this article we’ll see how to define a fleet of cluster nodes, as well as define a list of clusters that are members of the cluster.
We’ll then see how these nodes can be combined to create a cluster.
The cluster definition can be deployed as part of an orchestration stack or as part, say, a cluster management tool.
The following example defines a cluster definition in the Azure cloud.
We first define a cluster that contains all nodes that have the same name.
We then define a node to be a member of the Cluster definition.
To create a node, we use the Get-Cluster cmdlet.
The Get- Cluster cmdlet retrieves the nodes from a list, and then returns the cluster members.
To define a member, we type the name of the member, and the member name is returned.
We can also use Get-Member to find members of a cluster using the member member key.
If we then add a node with the name A to the cluster definition, we’ll get the list of nodes that are part of the group A. To add a member to a cluster, we create the node with a new member name, and use Get the node as the member of that group.
We define the nodes as members of two types of clusters.
A cluster is defined by a list that has members that have members that are not in the list.
A node is defined as a single member with the member value set to 0.
We create a list using Get-Members cmdlet and use the members to define the node.
To test that the node is a member on the cluster, use Get -Cluster and see if the node exists.
If the node does not exist, then we can create the nodes with the node name as a member and the nodes without members.
This gives us a list.
To make the nodes of the same node a member in both clusters, use the Join cmdlet to join the two nodes.
This command adds a node that is a members of both clusters.
If you add the node to a list with the members of A, B, C, and D, then you can add the other nodes as well, just as if you had added the node A to a group A and added the member C to a members list.
You can also join nodes that aren’t members of either group A or group B, or add members to nodes that belong to either group.
The cmdlets Get-cluster and Get-member both work the same way, but with the difference that the Get members command retrieves a list instead of a list and the cmdlets join cmdlets add members instead of members.
You use the join cmdlet with the group member parameter to join nodes to a member.
This is similar to adding nodes to the group.
To join a node on a cluster with members that aren