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4.6.3 The list processes Command

list processes cluster_name

This command displays all processes making up a given cluster. The following example demonstrates how to list all processes that are part of the cluster named mycluster:

mcm> list processes mycluster;
+--------+----------+----------+
| NodeId | Name     | Host     |
+--------+----------+----------+
| 49     | ndb_mgmd | flundra  |
| 1      | ndbd     | tonfisk  |
| 2      | ndbd     | grindval |
| 50     | mysqld   | haj      |
| 51     | mysqld   | torsk    |
| 52     | ndbapi   | *        |
+--------+----------+----------+
6 rows in set (0.03 sec)

The cluster_name argument is required. If this argument is omitted, the command fails with an error, as shown here:

mcm> list processes;
ERROR 6 (00MGR): Illegal number of operands

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