Status

Overview

The system-control status command is your first stop when understanding the status of the system.

You are able to check the status of either nodes or services.

Node Status

The status of nodes in the cluster can be checked from any server by running system-control status nodes

The output will list all the nodes as well as their health.

NOTE: the status is of the node machine itself, not whatever services or containers are running on that node.

Example Output

Nodes in Example Project Cluster
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app1 (10.8.8.65): Healthy
    Primary node

Available Flags

--watch Continue watching for changes to the nodes

Service Status

The status of the services running on your cluster can be checked with system-control status services.

The output will list all the services on your system as well as their health.

NOTE: By default, it will only display the services that belong to your application, not system-level services like coredns.

Example Output

Services in Example Project
----------------------------------------------------
Application Services
----------------------------------------------------
cart: HEALTHY
 - Container cart-s4492 on app1: Running
homepage: HEALTHY
 - Container homepage-fx7jm on app1: Running
mariadb-primary: UNAVAILABLE. No containers are ready
 - Container mariadb-primary-0 on app1: Starting
mariadb-backup: UNAVAILABLE. No containers are ready
 - Container mariadb-backup-0 on app1: Starting

Available Flags

--include-system Include system-level services in output
--watch Continue watching for changes to the services