nodesync validation

Monitor and manage user-triggered validations.

Monitor and manage user-triggered validations.


[dse] nodesync main_options validation
(cancel id | 
list | 
submit [(-r KB | --rate KB)]  [--] table_name [range ...] ) 
[(--quiet | (-v | --verbose))]

Main options

The following options apply to all nodesync commands.
-ca, --cql-auth-provider cql_Authprovider
CQL auth provider class name.
-cp, --cql-password cql_password
CQL password.
-cs | --cql-ssl
Use SSL for CQL connection.
-cu, --cql-username cql_username
CQL username.
-h, --host cql_host
Connect to the specified remote CQL host.
Displays options and usage instructions. Use nodesync help subcommand for more information on a specific command.
-jp, --jmx-password jmx_password
JMX password.
-jpf, --jmx-password-file jmx_password_file
Path to JMX password file.
-js | --jmx-ssl
Use SSL for JMX.
-ju, --jmx-username jmx_username
JMX username.
-p, --port cql_port
Connection port for CQL.
-k, --keyspace keyspace_name
Specify a default keyspace for unqualified table names or wildcards in the table_list.
Suppress warning and error messages.
-v | --verbose
Display all messages.
Separates table list from the rest of the command.
Target tables using any of the following methods:
  • Qualified table names: keyspace_name.table_name. For example, cycling.comments.
  • Default keyspace -k option with:
    • Unqualified table names. For example -k cycling cyclist_alt_stats comments cyclist_races.
    • An asterisk in double quotes to select all tables. For example, -k cycling "*".
-n, --nodes node_list
Only disable tracing on the listed nodes. Specify the host name or IP address in a comma separated list.

Default: all nodes.

Suppresses messages from displaying on stdout.

validation options

cancel id
Cancel the specified user-triggered validation.
list [(-a | --all)]

List user validations. Use -a to list all, running or validations that completed in the past day.

Default: Only running validations are displayed.

submit [options] table_name [range]
Submit a forced user validation.

-r KB, --rate KB Rate to be used just for this validation, in KB per second.

Suppress warning and error messages.
Separates command-line options from the list of argument. Use when arguments might be mistaken for command-line options.
table_name [ token_range ]
Keyspace qualified table name, optionally followed by token ranges in the form (x, y). If no token ranges are specified, then all the tokens are validated.
-v | --verbose
Display all messages.