dse commands

The dse commands for starting the database and connecting an external client to a DataStax Enterprise node and performing common utility tasks.

About dse commands

The dse commands provide controls for starting and using DataStax Enterprise (DSE).

dse command connection options

dse command options to authenticate connections to the database and to JMX.

dse add-node

For DSE Multi-Instance, this command simplifies adding and configuring a node on a host machine.

dse advrep

Commands and options for configuring and using DSE Advanced Replication.

dse beeline

Starts the Beeline shell.

dse cassandra

Starts the database in transactional mode. Command options start the database in other modes and enable advanced features on a node.

dse cassandra-stop

Stops the DataStax Enterprise process.

dse exec

Sets the environment variables required to run third-party tools that integrate with Spark.

dse fs

Starts the DSE File System (DSEFS).

dse gremlin-console

Open the gremlin console with a connection to the DataStax Enterprise server.

dse hadoop fs

Invokes DSEFS operations using the HDFS interface to DSEFS.

dse list-nodes

Lists the nodes that are configured for the DSE Multi-Instance host machine.

dse pyspark

Starts the Spark Python shell.

dse remove-node

Removes a node that is configured for the DSE Multi-Instance host machine.

dse spark

Starts the Spark shell.

dse spark-class

Launches Spark application contained within a class on a cluster.

dse spark-jobserver

Starts and stops the Spark Jobserver.

dse spark-history-server

Starts and stops the Spark history server.

dse spark-sql

Starts the Spark SQL shell in DSE to interactively perform Spark SQL queries.

dse spark-sql-thriftserver

Starts and stops the Spark SQL Thriftserver.

dse spark-submit

Launches applications on a cluster to enable use of Spark cluster managers through a uniform interface.

dse SparkR

Starts the R shell configured with DSE Spark.

dse -v

Sends the DataStax Enterprise version number to standard output. Does not require authentication.

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