Bootstrap a MemSQL Master Aggregator node on the local machine.


  memsqlctl bootstrap-aggregator [flags]

  -h, --help               help for bootstrap-aggregator
      --host string        the cluster-addressable hostname of the local machine
      --license LICENSE    a license to apply to the node before bootstrapping
      --memsql-id string   the MemSQL ID of the node

Global Flags:
  -c, --config FILE_PATH                     Path to the memsqctl config file
      --default-install-dir DIRECTORY_PATH   Path to the default install directory
  -j, --json                                 Print output in JSON format
      --node-metadata-file FILE_PATH         Path to the node metadata file
      --parallelism int                      Maximum amount of operations to be run in parallel
      --ssl-ca FILE_PATH                     Path to the CA certificate file in PEM format to authenticate the MemSQL server certificate
      --timeout duration                     Maximum time for operation to complete (e.g., 30s, 10m, 1.5h)
  -v, --verbosity count                      Increase logging verbosity
  -y, --yes                                  Enable non-interactive mode and assume the user would like to move forward with the proposed actions by default


Promotes a node to master aggregator. This command must be run from the same host that the node is on.

If --memsql-id is not specified, memsqlctl will check if there is only one “untyped” node on the local machine. and if so, choose that node to be bootstrapped.

This command is interactive unless you use either the --yes or --json flags to override interactive behavior.


The following is the standard output for the bootstrap-aggregator command.

$ sudo memsqlctl bootstrap-aggregator --host "" --license <license>
memsqlctl will perform the following actions on the local node on port 3306:

Would you like to continue? [y/N]: y
✓ Bootstrapped node with MemSQL ID 179062CAEEBCBDA755B75297BF6D9B2AE4C98FB7
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