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From schul...@informatik.hu-berlin.de
Subject Re: AsterixDB command line access
Date Tue, 08 Sep 2015 09:28:11 GMT
Hi Till,

I probably have to do so. It would have just been easier to later have
direct command line access for automatic execution of some queries I want
to run to compare the two systems.

@Mike I am directly translating the AQL Queries to Flink's Scala API.

Regards, Max

> Hi Max,
>
> If you have ssh-access to the cluster you could also tunnel the web
> interface port (usually 19001) on the cluster machine that hosts
> AsterixDB's cluster controller to your machine using ssh.
> Of course that's only an option if the web interface works for you
> otherwise.
>
> Cheers,
> Till
>
> On 7 Sep 2015, at 16:09, Mike Carey wrote:
>
>> We have an HTTP-based API you could use - with curl - not a great
>> answer - broadening the discussion to see if anyone on the dev list
>> can offer you what they use.  (We need to add a nicer command line
>> interface at some point.)
>>
>> Random side comment:  Hopefully you are doing this by translating from
>> Algebricks physical plans to the Flink runtime?  (That would be the
>> cleanest place to redirect queries, I would think, to be against Flink
>> instead of against Hyracks.)
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Mike
>>
>>
>> On 9/7/15 2:03 AM, schultze@informatik.hu-berlin.de wrote:
>>> Hello AsterixDB group,
>>>
>>> I am a student currently working on a diploma thesis to execute AQL
>>> on
>>> Apache Flink. Therefor I did setup AsterixDB on a cluster.
>>>
>>> My problem is, that I am not in the same network as the cluster and
>>> only
>>> have remote command line access, so I cannot reach Asterix's web
>>> interface. I am sure it is possible to run queries via command line,
>>> too,
>>> but I could not find anything on that topic on your official
>>> documentation
>>> page. Do you have any document you can link me to, that provides a
>>> basic
>>> explanation how to work with AsterixDB without the web interface?
>>>
>>> Best Regards,
>>> Max Schultze
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>



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