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On 9/23/16, 10:11 AM, "Maria-discuss on behalf of l vic"
<maria-discuss-bounces+fsb=thefsb.org@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of
lvic4594@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Is there is a good way to remove a node from a galera cluster besides
>just killing it? 

Yes. I use normal shutdown of the mysql server. `mysqladmin shutdown` is
one way. On Ubuntu `service mysql stop` is another.

The Galera node will say goodbye to the cluster and write its position to
a file so it can resume from there when restarted.

>/ Are there are any implications of killing a node?

Many. Apart from all the usual reasons to not kill a mysqld process,
expect SST after restarting it.