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From Mark Petronic <markpetro...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Managing flows
Date Wed, 11 Nov 2015 14:54:06 GMT
Look in your Nifi conf directory. The active flow is there as an aptly
named .gz file. Guessing you could just rename that and restart Nifi
which would create a blank new one. Build up another flow, then you
could repeat the same "copy to new file name" and restore some other
one to continue on some previous flow/. I'm pretty new to Nifi, too,
so maybe there is another way. Also, you can create point-in-time
backups of your from from the "Settings" dialog in the DFM. There is a
link that shows up in there to click. It will copy your master flow gz
to your conf/archive directory. You can create multiple snapshots of
your flow to retain change history. I actually gunzip my backups and
commit them to Git for a more formal change history tracking
mechanism.

Hope that helps.

On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 9:45 AM, Darren Govoni <darren@ontrenet.com> wrote:
> Hi again,
>    Sorry for the noob questions. I am reading all the online material as
> much as possible.
> But what hasn't jumped out at me yet is how flows are managed?
>
> Are they saved, loaded, etc? I access my nifi and build a flow. Now I want
> to save it and work on another flow.
> Lastly, will the flow be running even if I exit the webapp?
>
> thanks for any tips. If I missed something obvious, regrets.
>
> D

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