Starting DataStax Enterprise as a stand-alone process
Starting the DataStax Enterprise process when DataStax Enterprise was installed from a tarball.
If running a mixed-workload cluster, determine which nodes to start as analytics, Cassandra, and search nodes. Begin with the seed nodes first — analytics seed node, followed by the Cassandra seed node — then start the remaining nodes in the cluster one at a time. For additional information, see Multiple data center deployment.
From the install directory:
- Real-time Cassandra node: $ bin/dse cassandra
- Analytics node: $ bin/dse cassandra -t
- Solr node: $ bin/dse cassandra -sNote: DataStax does not support using the -t search tracker option in combination with the -s option to mark the node for Hadoop analytics and search.
Start the DataStax agent:
To check that your ring is up and running:
$ cd install_location $ bin/nodetool statusIf you are running an analytics node, there are several methods for designating the job tracker node.
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