Thanks for your response.
The link you have shared contains Tableau Server process related information but I am looking for different information.
For example: In some cases Worker node 1 went down due to some hardware issues but the other worker (2) and Primary server is up and running fine.
Once the hardware issues resolve on Worker 1 and same worker 1 got rebooted what will happen in this scenario?
Will the Tableau service on Worker node will Auto-start? or We need to start it manually?
Please suggest if anyone can assist me on this.
As of v 9.0, when the failed worker starts all the processes automatically restart; so as long as the computer itself is working,
the processes will be relaunched and resume serving requests.
I believe you don't have to restart the whole cluster to bring the downed worker backup. Try restarting the server hosting the downed worker, it *should* rejoin the cluster automatically. I have never tried this but I remember reading about it somewhere.
Hi John, Where can I find this option. Also What action needs to be perform if Primary cluster node is degraded while all other associated worker server are up and running? Please let me know if you can help me on this.
1. If Worker node is degraded, restarting that specific windows server after fixing OS/hardware issue, that would rejoin the cluster automatically(I have tested this multiple times being Server Architect trainer)
2. If Primary server fails, make sure you have your back up primary configured already when primary is functioning fine (please refer to Create a Backup Primary )
Hope this helps you,