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The following steps are required to remove slave MySQL server:

  • Select menu item 3. Configure MySQL servers > 6. Remove slave MySQL server.

    Note: This menu item will appear only when at least 1 slave MySQL server is created via the menu 3. Configure MySQL servers > 4. Create slave MySQL server.

  • Enter host name of removed slave MySQL server (for example server1):

  • Wait until the task of removing slave MySQL server is completed.
  • As a result, the following MySQL servers will be available: master (server2) and one slave (server3):

This way, resources of the computer with server1 are freed and available for other roles.

Attention! Task execution may take a rather long time (up to 2-3 hours and more) depending on the task complexity, data volume used in such tasks, capacity and server load. You can check the currently executed tasks by using menu item 5. Background tasks in the pool > 1. View running tasks. If task completion log files are needed to be reviewed, they are located in the following directory /opt/webdir/temp.

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