The globus-connect-server node cleanup command provides a command-line interface to disabling the Globus Services on a Data Transfer Node and removing all local Globus configuration for an endpoint on that node. Before running this command, you must have previously used the globus-connect-server node setup command to initialize the node.
When you invoke this command, it will remove this Data Transfer Node from the Globus endpoint and disable all endpoint-related Globus services on this node. When this is done, it may take a few minutes for DNS changes to propagate to all services interacting with this node, so there may be some intermittent transfer or failures when removing a node.
If you are cleaning up the final Data Transfer Node for an endpoint, you will not be able to use any of the globus-connect-server commands for that endpoint except login, logout, cleanup endpoint, and setup node.
This command logs the operations it performs in
- -h, --help
Show help message and exit.
Show the version and exit.
- -i, --ip-address ADDRESS
IP Address of this Data Transfer Node. By default this program will attempt to discover the public IP address that is used by the node. If it is unable to do so, you may be required to provide it on the command line using this option.
- -v, --verbose
Write verbose logging information to the setup log.