"incubating" just means apache "incubating" project, not mean to beta, not stable, etc.
2014년 7월 15일 화요일, siddharth ubale<firstname.lastname@example.org>님이 작성한 메시지:
Hi benjamin,Just a word of caution..Please do not use the incubating versions... instead take the storm-0.9.0.1.tar.gz for installation.Issues for these versions have ben documented.Also u can refer to http://10jumps.com/blog/storm-installation-single-machine for installation.Thanks,SiddharthOn Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 3:18 PM, Benjamin SOULAS <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi Suddharth,In fact, i took the last version of storm, i installed it thanks to maven. Then i developed topologies to test how it works. i also recompile the src because i could need to modify could in the future. My development environment is that one :- linux 32bits in a VM- Eclipse juno- the last maven (3.2.1)When i trie to launch storm ui, i got that error :******************************************The storm client can only be run from within a release. You appear to be trying to run the client from a checkout of Storm's source code.You can download a Storm release at http://storm-project.net/downloads.html******************************************So i thought i had a wrong version, so now i am trying to do the same thing with the last storm version (with sources) from the apache website (0.9.2) but i have the same error. I don't understand, maybe i misunderstood everything about storm implementation.But i will follow your instructions now, maybe it will work.Thanks a lot for your help.Kind regards.2014-07-15 11:31 GMT+02:00 siddharth ubale <firstname.lastname@example.org>:Hi benjamin,If i understand your question right, u are unable to see the UI after installing the Storm tar.gz.you need to capture ui.port:8080 on the storm.yaml file present in storm_home/conf/ location....then u should be able to see the UI at port 8080.Also in local mode (if u r using it) u can just see the UI but i dont think u can capture any changes in there while topology is running. it will be a clean webpage with parameters displayed. if u want to monitor the metrics i think u will need a distributed storm environment.Thanks,Siddharth UbaleOn Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 1:29 PM, Benjamin SOULAS <email@example.com> wrote:
Thanks for the answer,But my problem is that I am on storm incubator (https://github.com/apache/incubator-storm) and I don't find anything like you said, except at this path : storm-core/src/ui/public/index.html where I suppose you can see your storm ui.I understand I have to start Storm UI via a command line thanks to STORM_HOME, but this environment variable is not defined in my case ... Maybe I missed something ... Any idea what I have to do??Thanks2014-07-11 17:37 GMT+02:00 Harsha <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Storm UI provides metrics about topologies on the cluster and no.of tuples emitted, transferred and any last known errors etc..you can start storm ui by running STORM_HOME/bin/storm ui which runs daemon at port 8080. If you hover over the table headers in Storm UI it will show you a text which talks about that particular value.If you are trying to add custom metrics to your topology please refer to this page http://www.bigdata-cookbook.com/post/72320512609/storm-metrics-how-to
On Fri, Jul 11, 2014, at 02:38 AM, Benjamin SOULAS wrote:Hi everyone,Actually intern for my master's degree, I have to implement topologies and see what's happening. I am trying to see those data via Storm UI; My problem is that I don't find enough documentation on that... I installed the splunk interface, but I don't know how to implement it on my topologies ... Does the Metrics interfaces are used for this???
Please I really need help ...Regards