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From Matt Kennedy <stinkym...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to use JConsole to connect to a Cassandra cluster in Amazon EC2?
Date Thu, 03 Mar 2011 12:28:48 GMT
If you edit the $CASSANDRA_HOME/conf/cassandra-env.sh script, you should be
able to set up ssl for the JMX connection. That should allow you to do a
direct connection from a locally running JConsole to the JMX port on the
public IP of your EC2 instance.

On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 9:10 PM, Sameer Farooqui <cassandralabs@gmail.com>wrote:

> I want to use JConsole to look at the Cassandra's MBean's attributes (like
> Memtable stats).
>
> But since my Cassandra nodes are running on Amazon EC2 instances, I have to
> use an ssh login with a ppk authentication file (when connecting via Putty,
> anyway).
>
> It looks like two popular approaches to establishing a JConsole connection
> to an EC2 node are:
> -  VNC (can't use b/c my linux nodes don't have a GUI)
> - run JConsole on the remote box and export its display locally via X
> (would bet too slow b/c of latency between Amazon datacenter and me)
>
> What techniques are others using to connect to EC2 nodes with JConsole?
>
>
> - Sameer
>
>

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