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To access this dialog box menu command, right-click the Hadoop node > KM Commands > Register Hadoop Environment menu command. This menu command opens the Register Hadoop environment dialog box.

Use this dialog box to configure a new Hadoop environment and delete a configured Hadoop environment.

 

Register Hadoop Environment dialog box

FieldsDescription
Environment name

Enter a logical unique name for the environment. A container will be created with the environment name. This environment will contain the Hadoop components. For example, if you add Hadoop NameNode details, you will see all the Hadoop NameNode components and data related to it. BMC recommends you to provide only alphanumeric characters in environment name. 

Valid values: a-z, A-Z, 0-9

Invalid values: # ' . | ? \ " [ ] + = &

Hadoop connection details
Hadoop Vendor

Select the monitored Hadoop vendor. The supported vendors are:

  • Apache Hadoop
  • Big Insite
  • Cloudera
  • Horton
  • Map R
Hadoop HostEnter a unique, user-defined host name or an IP address.
Hadoop PortEnter the Hadoop port number. This port number depends on the component you want to monitor. If you want to monitor ResourceManager, enter the ResourceManager port number. Default port number is NameNode port, 50070.
Hadoop UserEnter the user name to connect to the Hadoop server.
Hadoop PasswordEnter the password required to connect to the Hadoop server.
Secure (HTTPS)Select this checkbox if you want to use HTTPs protocol for connection. By default, HTTP protocol is used for connection.
 
Trust StoreIf you select to use HTTPs protocol for connection, you must provide the location to the Java Keystore File (JKS) for a successful connection to the URL in a secure mode.
Trust PasswordEnter the password to the JKS file.
Java collector settings
JAVA_HOMEEnter the directory path where you have installed Java version 1.7 or later. 
Executing userEnter the local administrator user name. The executing username and password must have permissions to run Java.
Executing passwordEnter the local administrator password.
Collection details
Availability

Enables monitoring of the Hadoop instance availability (if instance is running or is down) of one of the following instances existing in the environment:

    1. NameNode
    2. SecondaryNameNode
    3. ResourceManager
    4. DataNode
    5. NodeManager
    6. JobHistory
    7. JobTracker
    8. TaskTracker
FullEnables the monitoring of all Hadoop instances.
Custom

Manually select the Hadoop instances to monitor. Select the list of metrics for monitoring.

Monitored groupMetrics
Data NodeSelect the list of metrics for monitoring:
  • Metrics System Stats
  • DataNode Activity
  • FS Dataset State
  • Jvm Metrics
  • RPC Activity
  • DataNode Info
  • Ugi Metrics
Job TrackerSelect the list of metrics for monitoring:
  • RPC Activity
  • RPC Detailed Activity
  • Metrics System Stats
  • Queue Metrics Default
  • Ugi Metrics
  • Jvm Metics
  • Startup Progress
  • JobTracker Metrics
  • JobTracker Info
Name NodeSelect the list of metrics for monitoring:
  • Metrics System Stats
  • NameNode Activity
  • RPC Detailed Activity
  • NameNode Retry Cache
  • FS Namesystem
  • Jvm Metrics
  • NameNode Info
  • Ugi Metrics
  • RPC Activity
  • FS Namesystem State
  • Startup Progress
Node Manager Select the list of metrics for monitoring:
  • RPC Activity
  • Jvm Metrics
  • NodeManager Metrics
  • Shuffle Metrics
  • RPC Detailed Activity
  • Ugi Metrics
  • Metrics System Stats
Resource ManagerSelect the list of metrics for monitoring:
  • RPC Detailed Activity
  • Jvm Metrics
  • Metrics System Stats
  • Cluster Metrics
  • RPC Activity
  • Ugi Metrics
  • Queue Metrics
Secondary Name NodeSelect the list of metrics for monitoring:
  • Ugi Metrics
  • SecondaryNameNode Info
  • Metrics System Stats
  • Jvm Metrics
  • Startup Progress
Task TrackerSelect the list of metrics for monitoring:
  • Shuffle Server Metrics
  • TaskTracker Metrics
  • Metrics System Stats
  • Startup Progress
  • Jvm Metrics
  • TaskTracker Info
  • RPC Activity
  • Ugi Metrics
OKClick to save the configuration.
CancelClick to exit without saving. 

Deleting a configured Hadoop environment

  1. From the PATROL Console work area, right-click Environment name that you want to delete.
  2. Choose the Unregister Hadoop Environment KM menu command to delete the selected environment.
  3. Click Ok to confirm. 

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