GET List: Get a List of Conductor Redundancy Group Members - AWS Elemental Conductor Live 3

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GET List: Get a List of Conductor Redundancy Group Members

Get the list of the nodes that are members of the specified Conductor redundancy group.

HTTP Request and Response

Request URL

GET http://<Conductor IP address>/conductor_redundancy_groups/<ID of Conductor redundancy group>/members

Call Header

  • Accept: Set to application/xml

If you are implementing user authentication, you must also include three authorization headers; see Header Content for User Authentication.

Response

The response is XML content consisting of one conductor_redundancy_group_members element with the following.

  • An HREF attribute that specifies the product and version installed on the Conductor node.

  • Zero, one or two conductor_redundancy_group_member elements, one for each Conductor node found. Each element contains several elements.

Element Value Description
id Integer The member ID for this node, an ID for this node that is unique within the Conductor redundancy group.
rank Integer Each node in the Conductor redundancy group is assigned a random number. This number is used to display nodes on the Conductor web interface.
node Object The node information for this member of the Conductor redundancy group; see POST: Add a Node to the Cluster.

Example

The response to this request shows that the Conductor redundancy group with the ID 1 has two members – one node that is the backup and one that is active.

GET http://198.51.100.0/conductor_redundancy_groups/1/members ------------------------------------------ Content-type:application/vnd.elemental+xml;version=3.3.0 ------------------------------------------ <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <conductor_redundancy_group_members href="/conductor_redundancy_groups/1/members" product="AWS Elemental Conductor Live" version="3.3.nnnnn"> <conductor_redundancy_group_member> <id>2</id> <rank>153</rank> <node> <id>5</id> <hostname>elae-12345678</hostname> <ip_addr>10.4.136.90</ip_addr> <status>online</status> <product_name>AWS Elemental Conductor Live</product_name> <version>3.3.nnnnn</version> <channels>0</channels> <inflight_channels>0</inflight_channels> <mptses>0</mptses> <active_alerts>0</active_alerts> <recent_error_messages>0</recent_error_messages> <redundancy_group nil=’true’> <authentication> <user_id>1</user_id> </authentication> </node> </conductor_redundancy_group_member> <conductor_redundancy_group_member> <id>8</id> <node> <id>2</id> <hostname>elae_33445566</hostname> <ip_addr>10.4.136.91</ip_addr> <status>online</status> <product_name>Live</product_name> <version>2.7.0.123456</version> . . . </node> </conductor_redundancy_group_member> </conductor_redundancy_group_members>