Fixed editing column families with column metadata.
Other minor bug fixes.
Improved support for large clusters (~100 nodes).
Faster graph loading times (~10x, or more, in most cases).
Added support for CQL3 column families (limited Data Explorer support); data is only
viewable if the column family was created with the COMPACT STORAGE option).
Improved support for vnodes.
Added the ability to jump to a specific time range in the Performance section.
Added the ability to submit forms via the Enter key.
Increased the number of nodes that can be rebalanced from 100 to 200.
Added hostname of the problem node to alert emails.
Added support for restoring column families with thousands of SSTables.
Fixed memory leak in Performance section which caused some browser crashes.
Fixed unknown fields being removed from cassandra.yaml when configuring nodes.
Fixed the partitioner option in cassandra.yaml from being overwritten if the original
value was not a full classname.
Fixed the UI failing to load on mobile devices, including Chromebooks.
Fixed display of cache hit rate metrics.
Fixed viewing rows with Int32 types in the Data Explorer.
Fixed an issue with opscenterd not starting up when certain types of CQL3 column
Column families created via CQL3 are recognized and monitored.
Added support for provisioning nodes with vnodes enabled.
Fixed OpsCenter not running without the proper SSL library being installed, even if
SSL feature has been disabled, has been fixed.
Fixed an issue with editing keyspace properties if another keyspace was recently
Fixed loading Performance presets with special characters in the name.
Fixed agent hitting out of memory exception when cleaning up some backups.
Fixed the List View rendering when nodes have long hostnames.
Fixed an issue with adding nodes to an existing DSE cluster when some nodes were
Fixed an issue when provisioning nodes using RackInferringSnitch and hostnames.
When adding internal Cassandra authentication to a cluster, the cluster's edited
configuration can now be saved. Previoiusly an error was reported: Unable to connect to
Scrolling long lists of column families in the Schema and Data Explorer panes has been
Agents now receive configuration changes without having to be restarted.
Compaction status now displays properly in List View or node popup.
OpsCenter no longer becomes unresponsive (caused by an agent hanging) if there are too
many files in the snapshots directory.
Visual cluster creation and management.
Restarting a cluster.
Software update notifications.
Improved object creation and management.
Automated collection of diagnostic data.
Offloading of metadata repository to secondary clusters.
DSE security and encryption
Fixed node popup in Ring/Physical view going blank.
Fixed agent data collection being interrupted on error.
Fixed display of some data in Performance section.
Fixed list of nodes in List View jumping around when compactions are running.
Fixed several minor issues in the UI.
Fixed several issues with installing opscenterd and the agents.
OpsCenter Enterprise Edition 2.1.3 can monitor and administer Cassandra 1.2 as
described in the documentation unless you enable virtual nodes. When you enable virtual
nodes, OpsCenter chooses a single token for each node for operations such as collecting
metrics. Attempting to move nodes, rebalance nodes, and perform other tasks involving
token ranges is not supported.
Fixed issue processing keyspaces that only exist in 1 datacenter.
Fixed data collection issues during compactions on secondary indexes.
Browsing data in the Cassandra database.
Generation of a PDF report about the cluster.
Capability to handle thousands of column families efficiently.
Online feedback form.
Optional HTTPS support.
Installation of agents to RHEL and Debian clusters regardless of the location of the
opscenterd.conf configuration file.
Truncation of column families. Truncation removes the data but not the column family
Multi-cluster management. You can manage multiple cluster from the same OpsCenter
New Overview page for monitoring multiple clusters. It shows a condensed view of each
cluster's Dashboard. It is visible only when multiple clusters exist.
Perform and schedule operations from OpsCenter.
Point OpsCenter at existing Cassandra clusters, where you can add, modify, or delete
clusters from OpsCenter.
Adds support and metrics for DataStax Enterprise 2.0 Search nodes.
No longer compatible with Cassandra 0.7.
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