Use the disablehost command to remove an unresponsive host from the management domain. Since the majority of management agents in a management domain must be enabled and running to execute HADB management commands, unresponsive hosts reduce the number of active agents and therefore prevent operation of hadbm commands.
A disabled host is automatically re-enabled when its management agent is restarted.
Before using the disablehost command, ensure the host to be disabled is:
registered in the management domain
the management agent for the host is not running
all database nodes configured to run on the host are stopped
The actual HADBM administation password.
The file containing the HADBM administration password. The adminstration password is defined in the following form: HADBM_ADMINPASSWORD=password. Where password is the actual administrator password.
Identifies the URL to the Management Agent. The default is localhost:1862.
the host is not registered in the HADB management domain
the host is already disabled
database nodes are running on the host. Use hadbm stopnode to stop the nodes before using disablehost
the management agent is running on the specified host. Stop the management agent before disabling the host