The cluster layout page allows you to edit the structure of the cluster using a drag and drop interface.
Current members of the cluster are displayed in the center pane. To make changes to the structure of the cluster simply drag and drop nodes.
Drag and drop a node
Only nodes that can be dragged will display drag handles. Drop highlights will be displayed for valid layout changes.
Unassigned nodes (nodes that aren’t part of a cluster) are listed in the bottom panel.
To add a node to the cluster, locate the node you want to add in the unassigned nodes section.
Drag and drop the node to the corresponding desired drop highlight for either a master or slave node.
This will issue any required
CLUSTER MEET and
CLUSTER REPLICATE commands.
To remove a node from the cluster, locate the master or slave node you want to remove.
Drag and drop the node to the bottom unassigned node section to remove it.
This will issue the required
CLUSTER FORGET or
CLUSTER RESET commands.
Note: A Redis instance holding any keys must first be emptied before it can be removed.
To change a node between slave and master, drag and drop it between the desired positions.
It is also possible to start an entirely new cluster. Navigate to an unassigned node and select “Create cluster” from its command menu.