Stop a cluster
Data Hub supports stopping and restarting clusters.
- Log in to the CDP web interface.
- Navigate to the Management Console > Data Hub Clusters
- Browse to cluster details.
- Click Stop to stop a currently running cluster.
- Click Yes to confirm.
Your cluster status changes to “Stopping in progress” and then to “Stopped”.
Messages similar to the following are written to the even history:
Synced instance states with the cloud provider. 8/2/2019, 6:29:39 PM Updated metadata of instance i-053eb3a4e560d99e5 to stopped as the cloud provider reported it as stopped. 8/2/2019, 6:29:39 PM Updated metadata of instance i-081925ba5152e36d2 to stopped as the cloud provider reported it as stopped. 8/2/2019, 6:29:38 PM Updated metadata of instance i-00dc4cb6a7b9429ec to stopped as the cloud provider reported it as stopped. 8/2/2019, 6:29:37 PM Updated metadata of instance i-08649b04abc3b54a2 to stopped as the cloud provider reported it as stopped. 8/2/2019, 6:29:36 PM Billing stopped, the cluster and its infrastructure have been stopped 8/2/2019, 6:29:34 PM Infrastructure successfully stopped 8/2/2019, 6:29:34 PM Infrastructure is now stopping 8/2/2019, 6:28:51 PM Cluster stopped 8/2/2019, 6:28:50 PM Cloudera Manager services have been stopped. 8/2/2019, 6:28:49 PM Stopping Cloudera Manager services. 8/2/2019, 6:27:28 PM Stopping cluster 8/2/2019, 6:27:28 PM Cluster infrastructure stop requested 8/2/2019, 6:27:26 PM
Once stopping the infrastructure has completed, you will see a Start option to restart your cluster. When a cluster is put in the “stopped” state, cluster VMs are given back to the cloud provider. To provision new VMs, restart the cluster.