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MemSQL Ops has been deprecated
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Deploys a MemSQL Ops agent to another host. The deployed agent is automatically set as follower to the local MemSQL Ops agent.
This command requires valid SSH credentials to connect to the host where you plan to deploy the agent. The SSH credentials are stored for future use, and leveraged for other MemSQL Ops operations, such as
usage: memsql-ops agent-deploy [--settings-file SETTINGS_FILE] [--async] -h HOST [-P PORT] [-u USER] [-p [PASSWORD]] [-i IDENTITY_FILE] [--agent-port AGENT_PORT] [--ops-datadir OPS_DATADIR] [--memsql-installs-dir MEMSQL_INSTALLS_DIR] [--allow-no-sudo] Deploy a MemSQL Ops agent to a host. 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 the agent to be fully deployed. -h HOST, --host HOST The hostname of the machine to deploy to. -P PORT, --port PORT The SSH port for the machine to deploy to. -u USER, --user USER The user on the remote machine to use. By default we will use the same username as the user running this command. -p [PASSWORD], --password [PASSWORD] Password for the user on the remote machine. Leave blank to read the MEMSQL_PASSWORD environment variable, or have a password prompt if MEMSQL_PASSWORD is not set. -i IDENTITY_FILE, --identity-file IDENTITY_FILE Path to a private key file for logging into the remote machine. --agent-port AGENT_PORT The port on which we will run the newly-deployed agent. --ops-datadir OPS_DATADIR A directory to use as the agent's data directory. The agent will put log files and so forth in this directory. By default, we will use the agent's install directory. --memsql-installs-dir MEMSQL_INSTALLS_DIR A directory that we will install MemSQL nodes in. By default, we will use the agent's data directory (see --ops-datadir above). --allow-no-sudo Do not throw an error if we cannot use sudo on the remote machine.