dse spark-history-server

Starts and stops the Spark history server, the front-end application that displays logging data from all nodes in the Spark cluster.

Restriction: Configuration is required for the Spark history server. See Spark history server.


dse spark-history-server
start [--properties-file <properties_file>]|stop
Syntax conventions Description


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Not literal.


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[ ]

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( )

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' <<schema> ... </schema> >'

Search CQL only: Single quotation marks ( ' ) surround an entire XML schema declaration.


Search CQL only: Identify the entity and literal value to overwrite the XML element in the schema and solrconfig files.


Starts the Spark history server to load the event logs from Spark jobs that were run with event logging enabled. The Spark history server can be started from any node in the cluster.

--properties-file properties_file

The properties file to overwrite the default Spark configuration in conf/spark-defaults.conf. The properties file can include settings like the authentication method and credentials and event log location.


Stops the Spark history server.


Start the Spark history server on the local node

dse spark-history-server start

The Spark history server is started with the default configuration in conf/spark-defaults.conf.

Start the Spark history server with a properties file

dse spark-history-server start --properties-file sparkproperties.conf

The Spark history server is started with the configuration specified in sparkproperties.conf.

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