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From edwardk <ekipli...@gmail.com>
Subject Setup Web agent and Web console on locally
Date Tue, 18 Oct 2016 08:23:45 GMT

I want to be able to monitor and manage my local cluster.

But, I have some difficulty in setting up Ignite Web console locally.

I do have nodejs and mongodb installed in my local machine.

As per the instructions provided in ,
For backend:
cd $IGNITE_HOME/modules/web-console/backend
npm install --no-optional

For frontend:
cd $IGNITE_HOME/modules/web-console/frontend
npm install --no-optional

I do not have a modules folder in my ignite installation directory. 

So , do not know how I can have the backend and frontend dependencies to be

Also, I already have the ignite-web-agent-1.7.2 downloaded in my machine
from the url , htps://console.gridgain.com

I do not know if I still need to build and generate the binaries for the web
agent, since I have already downloaded the agent.

I understand the webagent communicates with webconsole as well as the nodes
in the cluster.

Can you help me on how I can have the web-console setup so that I can
communicate to it with the web-agent I have downloaded.

I feel the docs are not clear on the procedure.


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