Yes, only one node is provided, we would try the full cluster node list provided here and try later
Yes, automatic-failover is enabled.
- Network connectivity broken/OS reboot/Machine Power Off, etc, they should be treated as hard failover, right?
for such situation, even through one functioning node is down, the data loss is inevitable, right?
even two or maximum three nodes without stress failed at the same time,(vBucket Replication 3, 7 cluster nodes) the data loss is also inevitable, right?
unless, disable the automatic-failover, manually remove the functioning node or use graceful failover (assumed that no stress here),one node is down, it’s safe, like the document description:
In a 7 node cluster, if a bucket is configured for one replica, only one node can be gracefully failed over.
In a 7 node cluster, if a bucket is configured for two replica, two nodes can be gracefully failed over.
In a 7 node cluster, if a bucket is configured for three replica, three nodes can be gracefully failed over.