Globus Connect Server Node Delete
The globus-connect-server node delete command deletes information about a single data transfer node from an endpoint. In most cases, you should use globus-connect-server node cleanup instead of this command.
This command does not disable any services on the data transfer node or remove any local configuration. It should only be used if the node is no longer accessible. If it is temporarily unavailable, use globus-connect-server node update to set its status to inactive to remove it from the endpoint’s DNS entry. If the node is being retired permanently, use globus-connect-server node cleanup, which deletes the node, disables services running on that node, and deletes the local configuration of that node.
- -h, --help
Show help message and exit.
Show the version and exit.
- -F, --format "text"|"json"
Output format for this command. If the format is json, then the result of the operation is displayed.
- --use-explicit-host IP_ADDRESS (new in 5.4.23)
IP address of the GCS node to use for this request. If not specified, any available GCS node in the endpoint will be used.