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is Thrift support, from Cassandra, really mandatory for OpsCenter monitoring ?

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is Thrift support, from Cassandra, really mandatory for OpsCenter monitoring ?

DE VITO Dominique

Hi,

 

While reading the OpsCenter 5.1 docs, it looks like OpsCenter can’t work if Cassandra does not provide a Thrift interface (see [1] below).

 

Is it really the case ?

 

At first sight, it sounded weird to me, as CQL 3 is provided for months.

 

Just to know, is a OpsCenter future version, not relying on a mandatory Thrift interface, on the road ?

 

Thanks.

 

Regards,

Dominique

 

[1] in the OpsCenter 5.1 guide :

 

*** Modifying how OpsCenter connects to clusters

Cluster Connection settings define how OpsCenter connects to a cluster.

 

About this task

The Connection settings for a cluster define how OpsCenter connects to the cluster. For example, if you’ve enabled authentication or encryption on a cluster, you’ll need to specify that information.

 

Procedure

1. Select the cluster you want to edit from the Cluster menu.

2. Click Settings > Cluster Connections.

The Edit Cluster dialog appears.

3. Change the IP addresses of cluster nodes.

4. Change JMX and Thrift listen port numbers.

5. Edit the user credentials if the JMX or Thrift ports require authentication.

 

 

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Re: is Thrift support, from Cassandra, really mandatory for OpsCenter monitoring ?

Michael Shuler
On 04/27/2015 08:18 AM, DE VITO Dominique wrote:
> Just to know, is a OpsCenter future version, not relying on a mandatory
> Thrift interface, on the road ?

Yes.

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Kind regards,
Michael

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