Install OpsCenter & Configure to existing Datastax Cassandra Cluster ( Part 3 )


                                                         



Follow the steps to install OpsCenter .Don't forget to signup in Datastax acadamey , which we will need during the installation process 


Step 1:  Add Datastax repository file

             sudo echo "deb https://login_email_Address:login_Password@debian.datastax.com/enterprise stable main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/datastax.sources.list


Step 2:  Add the Datastax repository key

             sudo curl -L https://debian.datastax.com/debian/repo_key | sudo apt-key add -

Step 3:  Install the package
       
             sudo apt-get update
             sudo apt-get install opscenter



Step 4:  Start Opscenter
       
              sudo service opscenterd start


Step 5:  Browse Opscenter using below url

              http://hostaddress:8888/

Follow the step to  Configuring OpsCenter to existing Datastax Cassandra Cluster.

Step 1:  Update address.yaml located in your Cassandra cluster nodes.

             sudo echo "stomp_interface: <reachable_opscenterd_ip>" | sudo tee -a /var/lib/datastax-agent/conf/address.yaml

             sudo echo "use_ssl: 1" | sudo tee -a /var/lib/datastax-agent/conf/address.yaml


Step 2:  Start DataStax service 

             sudo service datastax-agent start

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