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MemSQL Ops has been deprecated
Please follow this guide to learn how to migrate to SingleStore tools.
Available since MemSQL Ops version 4.0.31.
Update the root password for a MemSQL node.
usage: memsql-ops memsql-update-root-password [--settings-file SETTINGS_FILE] [--async] [--no-prompt] [-p [PASSWORD]] [--no-confirmation] [--force] [memsql_id] Update the root password for a MemSQL node. positional arguments: memsql_id The ID of the MemSQL node. optional arguments: --settings-file SETTINGS_FILE A path to a MemSQL Ops settings.conf file. If not set, we will use the file in the same directory as the MemSQL Ops binary. --async If this option is true, we will exit without waiting for MemSQL Ops to finish updating the root password. --no-prompt Skip interactive prompts if ID is not provided. This should be used for non-interactive scripts and automation. -p [PASSWORD], --password [PASSWORD] The password to use for the root user on the MemSQL node. Leave blank to read the MEMSQL_PASSWORD environment variable, or have a password prompt if MEMSQL_PASSWORD is not set. Note: empty string value clears the password for root. --no-confirmation If this option is specified, we will update the root password without prompting for confirmation. --force If this is true, we will set the password in MemSQL Ops even if we cannot currently connect to MemSQL.
memsql-update-root-passwordis an offline operation.
- Before running
memsql-update-root-passwordensure there are no orphan partitions in the cluster. See Understanding Orphaned Partitions for detecting and resolving orphan partitions.
- In a cluster configured for high availability, you should run
REBALANCE PARTITIONSon each database from the master aggregator after running
memsql-update-root-password. If updating the root password of multiple leaf nodes using
memsql-update-root-passwordyou may run
REBALANCE PARTITIONSfrom the master aggregator after all leaf node root passwords have been updated.