nodetool gettimeout 

Print the timeout value of the given type in milliseconds.

Synopsis

Print the timeout value of the given type in milliseconds (Cassandra 3.4 and later).

$ nodetool [options] gettimeout [--] <timeout_type>
DataStax Enterprise 5.0 Installer No-Services and tarball installations:
installation_location/resources/cassandra/bin
Options
Short Long Description
-h --host Hostname or IP address.
-p --port Port number.
-pwf --password-file Password file path.
-pw --password Password.
-u --username Remote JMX agent username.
timeout_type The timeout type, one of read, range, write, counterwrite, cascontention, truncate, streamingsocket, misc (general rpc_timeout_in_ms).
-- Separates an option from an argument that could be mistaken for a option.
Note:
  • For tarball installations, execute the command from the install_location/bin directory.
  • If a username and password for RMI authentication are set explicitly in the cassandra-env.sh file for the host, then you must specify credentials.
  • -- separates an option and argument that could be mistaken for a option.
  • The timeout type:
    • read
    • range
    • write
    • counterwrite
    • cascontention
    • truncate
    • streamingsocket
    • misc, such as general rpc_timeout_in_ms

Description

The nodetool gettimeout command prints the timeout value of the given type in milliseconds. Several timeouts are available.

Examples

$ nodetool -u cassandra -pw cassandra gettimeout read
The location of the cassandra-env.sh file depends on the type of installation:
DataStax Enterprise 5.0 Installer-Services and package installations /etc/dse/cassandra/cassandra-env.sh
DataStax Enterprise 5.0 Installer-No Services and tarball installations install_location/resources/cassandra/conf/cassandra-env.sh
Cassandra package installations /etc/cassandra/cassandra-env.sh
Cassandra tarball installations install_location/conf/cassandra-env.sh