Linux Commands and Scripts

How To Delete a Node Forcefully From SolusVM

In this article, we have covered how to delete a node forcefully from SolusVM. So, let’s get started.

Solus Virtual Manager (SolusVM) is a powerful GUI based VPS management system with full OpenVZ, Linux KVM, Xen Paravirtualization and Xen HVM support. SolusVM allows you and your clients to manage a VPS cluster with security & ease.

SolusVM enables hosts to sell the full range of Infrastructure-as-a-Service products, from bare-bones VPS hosting to fully-automated public, private and hybrid cloud with integrated storage, CDN, DNS, dedicated servers and more.

If at any point you find you have an orphaned slave node connected to your master, you can delete it by running the following command on the master node. Replace [NODEID] with the ID of the node given in SolusVM.

# php /usr/local/solusvm/scripts/deletenode.php –level=force –comm=delete –id=[NODEID]

This code will also remove any VPS assigned to that Node in SolusVM (NOT on the Physical Server itself). (i.e) It won’t remove the VPS from the Server.

Today, we have seen how our support engineer delete a node forcefully from SolusVM.

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