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From Kenichi Maehashi <webmas...@kenichimaehashi.com>
Subject Slave Node Management in Standalone Cluster
Date Tue, 18 Nov 2014 08:27:13 GMT
Hi,

I'm operating Spark in standalone cluster configuration (3 slaves) and
have some question.

1. How can I stop a slave on the specific node?
   Under `sbin/` directory, there are
`start-{all,master,slave,slaves}` and `stop-{all,master,slaves}`, but
no `stop-slave`. Are there any way to stop the specific (e.g., the
2nd) slave via command line?

2. How can I check cluster status from command line?
   Are there any way to confirm that all Master / Workers are up and
working without using Web UI?

Thanks in advance!

-- 
Kenichi Maehashi

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