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A convenience wrapper for running SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.AGGREGATORS on the Master Aggregator on this host.


A convenience wrapper for running `SELECT * FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.AGGREGATORS` on the Master Aggregator on this host

  memsqlctl show-aggregators [flags]

  -h, --help   Help for show-aggregators

Global Flags:
  -c, --config FILE_PATH                     Path to the memsqctl config file
      --default-install-dir DIRECTORY_PATH   Path to the default install directory
      --insecure-ssl                         Fall back to insecure SSL connections to local SingleStoreDB nodes if memsqlctl is unable to otherwise establish a connection (ADVANCED)
  -j, --json                                 Print output in JSON format
      --node-metadata-file FILE_PATH         Path to the node metadata file
      --parallelism POSITIVE_INTEGER         Maximum amount of operations to be run in parallel
      --ssl-ca FILE_PATH                     The path to the CA certificate file (in PEM format) to authenticate the database certificate
      --timeout duration                     Maximum time for operation to complete (e.g., 30s, 10m, 1.5h)
      --verbose-json                         Print output in JSON format, include some warnings and user messages
  -v, --verbosity count                      Increase logging verbosity
  -y, --yes                                  Enable non-interactive mode and assume the user would like to move forward with the proposed actions by default


Returns a list of aggregators in the cluster. This command must be run from the same host that the Master Aggregator is on.

This command is interactive unless you use either the --yes or --json flags to override interactive behavior.

The memsqlctl show-aggregators command is equivalent to the sdb-admin show-aggregators command.


The following is the standard output for the show-aggregators command.

$ sudo memsqlctl show-aggregators
|    Host    | Port | State  | Opened Connections | Average Roundtrip Latency ms | Master Aggregator |
| | 3306 | online |0                   | null                         |1                  |
| | 3307 | online |1                   | 10.089                       |0                  |