import cluster [--dryrun|-y]
This command imports a MySQL Cluster created independently of
MySQL Cluster Manager into a cluster named
cluster_name that has been created in
MySQL Cluster Manager. You are strongly advised to create
cluster_name using the
create cluster command's
--import option; see that command's
description for more information about the
--import option and its effects.
import cluster requires a single argument,
the name of the cluster created using MySQL Cluster Manager
cluster_name) into which you wish to
import a MySQL Cluster created externally into MySQL Cluster Manager and bring
it under MySQL Cluster Manager control. The cluster named in the command must
already exist in MySQL Cluster Manager.
import cluster also supports a
--dryrun option. When this option is used, only
the checks required for importation are performed against the
existing cluster. This makes it possible to test a given
configuration without actually placing any cluster processes
under MCM control.
-y is supported as a short
form of this option beginning with MySQL Cluster Manager 1.3.1.
For more information about importing clusters into MySQL Cluster Manager, including examples, see Section 3.5, “Importing MySQL Clusters into MySQL Cluster Manager”.