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Query remote Clusters with REST-API

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Query remote Clusters with REST-API

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Hi,

is it possible to get all relevant Information about the remote Cluster which the Ambari-REST-API. I know that you get all relevant Information about the main-Ambari-Instance. But can I get the same Information to query the main-Ambari-Instance and with connected remote Ambari-Instance.

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Re: Query remote Clusters with REST-API

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@Dominik Ludwig

This HCC thread looks duplicate of the following thread:

https://community.hortonworks.com/questions/129949/communication-between-ambari-instances.html?child...

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Yes Once we can access the rest API of the remote cluster then we can extract the information that the ambari server itself is able to extract from it's Database including the information's about the configurations/hosts/metrics (metrics Data is fetched from the AMS data store).


Although ambari server fetches some informations from the JMX URLs of the individual components like NameNode/DataNode .. those informations are not accessible via ambari APIs as they are directly received from the Components.

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Re: Query remote Clusters with REST-API

Super Mentor

@Dominik Ludwig

This HCC thread looks duplicate of the following thread:

https://community.hortonworks.com/questions/129949/communication-between-ambari-instances.html?child...

.

Yes Once we can access the rest API of the remote cluster then we can extract the information that the ambari server itself is able to extract from it's Database including the information's about the configurations/hosts/metrics (metrics Data is fetched from the AMS data store).


Although ambari server fetches some informations from the JMX URLs of the individual components like NameNode/DataNode .. those informations are not accessible via ambari APIs as they are directly received from the Components.