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Configure Host Monitor Service via Rest API

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Configure Host Monitor Service via Rest API

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Is it possible to configure the Host Monitor Service via the Cloudera Manager REST API?

 

We would like to change one of the ports that the Host Monitor uses out of the box, but do it programatically via the REST API.

 

When I use the API to list the services or manager config, I'm not seeing the Host Monitor Service in any of the lists, so I'm guessing that this may not be possible, in which case we would like to request this as a feature.

 

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Re: Configure Host Monitor Service via Rest API

It should be avilalable via the endpoint documented here:

http://cloudera.github.io/cm_api/apidocs/v6/path__cm_service_roleConfigGroups_-roleConfigGroupName-_...

 

Keep in mind that the management service doesn't live under a cluster, it has its own endpoint.

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Re: Configure Host Monitor Service via Rest API

It should be avilalable via the endpoint documented here:

http://cloudera.github.io/cm_api/apidocs/v6/path__cm_service_roleConfigGroups_-roleConfigGroupName-_...

 

Keep in mind that the management service doesn't live under a cluster, it has its own endpoint.

Re: Configure Host Monitor Service via Rest API

New Contributor

So how to get configuration details of the service? Like details from configuration tab.

Re: Configure Host Monitor Service via Rest API

Cloudera Employee

Yes Sam,

you can get the details of configuration from configuration tab of each service.For example for hive service as shown in below.


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