OpsCenter configuration properties
These properties are configured in the opscenterd.conf file. The location of the opscenterd.conf file depends on the type of installation:
- Packaged installs: /etc/opscenter/opscenterd.conf
- Tarball installs: <install_location>/conf/opscenterd.conf
- Windows installs: Program Files (x86)\DataStax Community\opscenter\conf\opscenterd.conf
- [agents] ssh_port
- The Secure Shell (SSH) port that listens for agent-OpsCenter communications. Add an
[agents] section, if one doesn't already exist, to the
opscenterd.conf. In this section, add the
ssh_port option and a value for the port
[agents] ssh_port = 2222
- [webserver] port
- The HTTP port used for client connections to the OpsCenter web server. Default is 8888.
- Optional HTTPS support. To enable, remove the comment markers (#) in front of properties prefixed with ssl in the opscenterd.conf file, as described in Configuring HTTPS.
- [webserver] interface
- The interface that the web server uses to listen for client connections. The interface must be an externally accessible IP address or host name.
- [logging] level
- The logging level for OpsCenter. Available levels are (from most to least verbose):
TRACE, DEBUG, INFO,
WARN, or ERROR.
The OpsCenter log file is located in /var/log/opscenter/opscenterd.log.
- [stat_reporter] interval
- Reporting to DataStax Support. By default, OpsCenter periodically sends usage metrics
about the cluster to DataStax Support.
To disable the phone-home functionality, add the following lines to your opscenterd.conf file:
[stat_reporter] interval = 0Additional configuration metric collection properties are available in Metrics Collection Properties.
- [authentication] passwd_file
- Full path to the file for configuring password
authentication for OpsCenter. If this file does not exist, OpsCenter does not
To enable password authentication, use the set_passwd.py utility to create users and set their password and role. OpsCenter currently has two available roles: admin or user.