Access commands that allow you to manage clusters and cluster configuration on the appliance. See also the keyring commands.

NOTE   Thales requires minimum Luna Appliance Software 7.8.5 with the lnh_cluster-1.0.4 package, Luna HSM Firmware 7.8.4, and Luna HSM Client 10.7.2 to use clusters in production environments.



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Argument(s) Shortcut Description
admin a Access commands to enable or disable the clusteradmin service. This command is available using Luna Appliance Software 7.8.5 or newer, with the lnh_cluster-1.0.4 package or newer installed. See cluster admin.
backup b Access commands to configure scheduled backups of keyrings and objects on the cluster, or run manual backup operations. See cluster backup.
client cl Access commands to register or deregister the local appliance to a cluster. See cluster client.
config co Configure the cluster network settings. See cluster config.
config show co s Display the configured network settings for the cluster. See cluster config show.
create cr Create a new cluster on the appliance. See cluster create.
delete de Delete the cluster on the appliance. See cluster delete.
disable di Stop and disable the cluster service. If the service is disabled, it will not restart automatically. See cluster disable.
enable e Enables and starts the cluster service. When enabled, the service will restart automatically if it is interrupted. See cluster enable.
group list g l

Display a list of affinity groups that have been created within the cluster. See cluster group list.

join j Join an existing cluster created on another Luna Network HSM 7. See cluster join.
leave le Remove a Luna Network HSM 7 appliance from a cluster. See cluster leave.
list li Display a list of members on the cluster and their member IDs. See cluster list.
member me Access commands to get information about the members of a cluster, or manually authorize the local member to create keyrings and objects on the cluster. See cluster member.
restore r Access commands to restore keyrings to a cluster from backup. See cluster restore.
show sh Display information about the specified cluster, including the number of keyrings and keys created, number of authorized members, number of sessions and a breakdown of some crypto operations performed by the cluster. See cluster show.
status st Display the status of the cluster service. See cluster status.