Install OpsCenter on any Linux distribution or on Mac OS X.
If you have already installed OpsCenter, go to step 2
Download the tarball distribution of
$ curl -L http://downloads.datastax.com/community/opscenter.tar.gz | tar xz
Files for OpsCenter and a single OpsCenter agent are now in place.
Start OpsCenter from the install location:
Note: Use bin/opscenter -f to start OpsCenter in the
Open a browser window and go to the OpsCenter URL at
If installing on a headless system, you must configure the
[webserver] interface to use its IP address instead
of localhost. It is located in the
file. For example:
port = 8888
interface = 10.183.170.161
When you start OpsCenter for the first time, you will be prompted to connect
to your cluster:
In Welcome to DataStax Opscenter, click Use
In Add Cluster, enter localhost
into the Cluster Hosts/IPs field, and then click
The Dashboard appears and Opscenter looks for the agent.
After OpsCenter connects to the cluster, a Fix link
appears in place of Waiting for agent
Install the agent by clicking the Fix link located near
the top of the Dashboard.
In Install Node Agents, click Enter
In SSH Credentials, enter the
Username and Password for the
machine where you are installing the agent, and then click
In the Install Nodes Agent dialog, click
Install on all nodes.
If prompted, click Accept Fingerprint to add a node to
the known hosts for OpsCenter.
It takes a few minutes for OpsCenter to complete the agent
installation. After all agents are installed, a success message is displayed.