repmgr primary unregister unregisters an inactive primary node from the repmgr metadata. This is typically when the primary has failed and is being removed from the cluster after a new primary has been promoted.
repmgr primary unregister should be run on the current primary, with the ID of the node to unregister passed as --node-id.
Execute with the --dry-run option to check what would happen without actually unregistering the node.
repmgr master unregister can be used as an alias for repmgr primary unregister.
Check prerequisites but don't actually unregister the primary.
ID of the inactive primary to be unregistered.
A primary_unregister event notification will be generated.