This function allows the user to deactivate an active cluster. When a cluster is made inactive, no data associated with that cluster is available to the client, and hardware alarms will not occur if no connections can be made to the servers in the cluster.
The name of the cluster to deactivate enclosed in quotation marks "".
0 (zero) if successful, otherwise an error is returned.
ClusterActivate, ClusterFirst, ClusterGetName, ClusterIsActive, ClusterNext, ClusterServerTypes, ClusterSetName, ClusterStatus, ClusterSwapActive, TaskCluster
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