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Add/Remove Workers RAS by Automation Operations

Hi,

I'm implementing the automation to execute the restart of services from RAS servers, and I created the logic to verify services running, apply stopping and start and take care for the RAS executing context don't kill your own service (I'm use the variable the Override Group $overrideNRAS for this) , but I need remove this RAS server from the Workers topology before the stop services, for the I don't have none flow executing for this server.

So, how I can to add and remove the RAS server from workers by command line or by operations from OO studio.

note: my infrastructure OO is based Microsoft Windows Server 2012.

thanks for your help.

regards,

André Leão

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Add/Remove Workers RAS by Automation Operations

You can make use of the REST API. Assigning and Removing workers from groups is easy this way. the API_Guide talks about this aspects. Within the flow create HTTP calls to PUT or DELETE on /workers-groups/{name}/workers/{workersUuids}

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Re: Add/Remove Workers RAS by Automation Operations

Hi ,

There is an OOTB  as well to remove worker from the Worker group .

/HPE Solutions [x.x]/Library/Integrations/Hewlett-Packard/Operations Orchestration/10.x/Workers/Remove Workers from Group

Thanks,

 

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