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list-clusters.sh

Lists all elastic clusters in a staging directory.
The command uses the following options:
-h | -help

-d | -staging-dir=<cluster-bucket-location-without-prefix-s3://> (AWS environment) or <staging-location-with-prefix-wasb[s]://> (Azure environment)

-azsrg | -azure-storage-resource-group

-az | -azure=azclipath

-ac | -azurecpath=azcredfilepath
The following table describes each option:
Option
Description
-help
-h
Access the help for the command.
-staging-dir
-d
Staging directory that is configured in the elastic configurations for the elastic clusters.
Use one of the following formats based on your cloud platform:
  • - In an AWS environment, use -staging-dir=bucket/folder.
  • The directory must include at least the bucket name. Do not include the prefix s3://.
  • - In an Azure environment, use -staging-dir=wasb(s)://container@storageAccount.blob.endpointSuffix/folder.
  • Specify the WASB or WASBS protocol based on whether encryption is enabled on Blob Storage.
-azsrg
-azure-storage-resource-group
Storage resource group that holds the staging storage account and is configured in the elastic configurations for the elastic clusters.
-azure
-az
Azure CLI path on the Secure Agent machine. Ignore this option in an AWS environment.
Note: Scripts that contain this option will fail. Use this option in a Microsoft Azure environment only if instructed by Informatica Global Customer Support.
-azurecpath
-ac
Location of the Azure credentials file on the Secure Agent machine which contains APPID, TENANTID, SERVICE PRINCIPAL, SUBSCRIPTION. Ignore this option in an AWS environment.
Note: Scripts that contain this option will fail. Use this option in a Microsoft Azure environment only if instructed by Informatica Global Customer Support.