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Use OpsCenter Monitoring to edit keyspace settings or delete a keyspace. Click Data in the left pane to list the keyspaces in a monitored cluster. View, edit, and delete keyspaces.

Adding a keyspace in OpsCenter is no longer supported as of OpsCenter version 5.2 and later.

The Data Explorer feature in OpsCenter has been removed. Add new keyspaces using CQL in DataStax Studio instead. For more information, see About DataStax Studio 6.8.

Use OpsCenter Monitoring to View the CQL statements within a keyspace for user-defined types, functions, and aggregates.


  1. Click Data in the left navigation pane.

    The list of Keyspaces appears.


  2. Select a keyspace from the list of keyspaces.

    In Keyspace Settings, the replica placement strategy options for the keyspace appear.


  3. To edit keyspace settings, click Edit.

    The Edit Keyspace keyspace name dialog appears.


    When defining NetworkTopologyStrategy parameters, CQL allows datacenters that are not currently present in a cluster topology. If any datacenter is not part of the monitored cluster, a warning icon and tooltip are displayed. Remove any extraneous datacenters from the keyspace by clicking its delete (trash) icon. To prevent replication of a keyspace to a datacenter, enter 0 (zero) for its Replication Factor.

  4. To delete a keyspace, select the keyspace and click Delete Keyspace. A warning dialog prompts you to confirm deleting the keyspace.

  5. To view table properties, select the keyspace, and select a table from the pane in the Tables tab. For more information, see Managing tables.

View the CQL statements within a keyspace

Use OpsCenter Monitoring to view the CQL statements within a keyspace for:

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