The import-system.sh command is used to import a system from one QueryGrid cluster to another. Both clusters must be running both QueryGrid Manager version 02.11.00.00 or later and the system being imported must be running tdqg-node version 02.11.00.00 or later.
Run the import-system.sh command from one of the QueryGrid Managers in the same cluster you want to import the system into.
When running the import-system.sh command, you are prompted to provide the following information:
- Hostname and credentials to the QueryGrid Manager instance where the system to import resides
- Name of the system to import
- Designate if the importing cluster becomes the primary or secondary cluster for the newly imported system
[root@clusterA ~]# /opt/teradata/tdqgm/bin/import-system.sh Starting import-system command, just a moment... Enter remote QueryGrid Manager hostname containing the system to import: qgm1-clusterB Enter remote QueryGrid Manager service username: support Enter remote QueryGrid Manager service password: ******** System ------ 1. TD1 2. TD2 Select a system to import [1-2]: 2 Data Center ----------- 1. San Diego 2. Las Vegas Select the data center where the system is located [1-2]: 1 Cluster Option -------------- 1. Make this QueryGrid Manager cluster the primary cluster 2. Make this QueryGrid Manager cluster a secondary cluster Select the cluster option [1-2]: 2 Ready to import the system from QueryGrid Manager "qgm1-clusterB". Do you wish to continue? [y/n]: y Starting system import... System configuration imported. Waiting for nodes to register... Continuing to wait for nodes to register Nodes registered successfully. System successfully imported