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Hello,
Tables with fallback protection ensures that copy of each row is available on fallback AMPs in the same CLUSTER. I have few questions on this.
1) How do i identify that what all AMPs are the part of same cluster. 
2) Is there any console utility in teradata to check the AMPs which are grouped together?

HI,
I am using teradataR (1.01) to do some clustering analysis, but I found the td.kmeans function can only receive a full table as the input.
So my question is can I assign some columns to td.kmeans and make it do analysis only on these columns?
like this way:
>  test <- td.data.frame("test", "testdb")

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