az sf cluster node-type

Manage the node-type of a cluster.

Commands

az sf cluster node-type add

Add a new node type to a cluster.

az sf cluster node-type add

Add a new node type to a cluster.

az sf cluster node-type add --capacity
                            --cluster-name
                            --node-type
                            --resource-group
                            --vm-password
                            --vm-user-name
                            [--durability-level {Bronze, Gold, Silver}]
                            [--subscription]
                            [--vm-sku]
                            [--vm-tier]

Examples

Add a new node type to a cluster.

az sf cluster node-type add -g group-name -c cluster1 --node-type 'n2' --capacity 5 --vm-user-name 'adminName' --vm-password testPassword0

Required Parameters

--capacity

The capacity tag applied to nodes in the node type. The cluster resource manager uses these tags to understand how much capacity a node has.

--cluster-name -c

Specify the name of the cluster, if not given it will be same as resource group name.

--node-type

The Node type name.

--resource-group -g

Specify the resource group name. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

--vm-password

The password of the Vm.

--vm-user-name

The user name for logging to Vm. Default will be adminuser.

Optional Parameters

--durability-level

Durability level.

accepted values: Bronze, Gold, Silver
default value: Bronze
--subscription

Name or ID of subscription. You can configure the default subscription using az account set -s NAME_OR_ID.

--vm-sku

VM Sku.

default value: Standard_D2_V2
--vm-tier

VM tier.

default value: Standard