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Viewing Basic Information of a Historical Cluster

Updated at: Sep 02, 2021 GMT+08:00

Choose Clusters > Cluster History and click the name of a target cluster. You can view the cluster configuration and deployed node information.

The following table describes the parameters for the historical cluster information.

Table 1 Basic cluster information



Cluster Name

Name of a cluster. The cluster name is set when the cluster is created.

Cluster Status

Status of a cluster.

Billing Mode

Billing mode of a cluster. Currently, Pay-per-use and Yearly/Monthly are supported.

Cluster Version

Cluster version

Cluster Type

Type of the cluster to be created.

Obtaining a cluster ID

Unique identifier of a cluster, which is automatically assigned when a cluster is created


Time when a cluster is created.


Availability zone (AZ) in the region of a cluster, which is set when a cluster is created.

Default Subnet

Subnet selected during cluster creation.

A subnet provides dedicated network resources that are isolated from other networks, improving network security.


VPC selected during cluster creation.

A VPC is a secure, isolated, and logical network environment.

OBS Permission Control

Click Manage and modify the mapping between MRS users and OBS permissions. For details, see Configuring Fine-Grained Permissions for MRS Multi-User Access to OBS.

Creating a data connection

Click Manage to view the data connection type associated with the cluster. For details, see Configuring Data Connections.


Click Manage Agency to bind or modify an agency for the cluster.

An agency allows ECS or BMS to manage MRS resources. You can configure an agency of the ECS type to automatically obtain the AK/SK to access OBS. For details, see Configuring a Storage-Compute Decoupled Cluster (Agency).

The MRS_ECS_DEFAULT_AGENCY agency has the OBS OperateAccess permission of OBS and the CES FullAccess (for users who have enabled fine-grained policies), CES Administrator, and KMS Administrator permissions in the region where the cluster is located.

Elastic IP (EIP)

After binding an EIP to an MRS cluster, you can use the EIP to access the Manager web UI of the cluster.

Key Pair

Name of a key pair. Set this parameter when creating a cluster.

If the login mode is set to password during cluster creation, this parameter is not displayed.

Kerberos Authentication

Whether to enable Kerberos authentication when logging in to Manager.


Indicates whether the tenant has enabled the log collection function.

Enterprise project

Enterprise project to which a cluster belongs. Only on the Active Clusters page, you can click the name of an enterprise project to go to its Enterprise Project Management page.

Security Group

Security group name of the cluster.

Streaming Core Node LVM

Indicates whether to enable the Logical Volume Manager (LVM) function of streaming Core nodes.

Data Disk Key Name

Name of the key used to encrypt data disks. To manage the used keys, log in to the key management console.

Data Disk Key ID

ID of the key used to encrypt data disks.

Component Version

Version of each component installed in the cluster

Go back to the historical clusters page. You can use the following buttons to perform operations. For details about the buttons, see the following table.

Table 2 Icon description



Click to manually refresh the node information.

Enter a cluster name in the search bar and click to search for a cluster.

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