Running Collector Manager
The Collector Manager can not be run directly, but must be run through machcollectoradmin.
Shutting Down Collector Manager
When you stop the Collector Manager, the collector process managed by the collector manager is stopped at the same time.
Deleting Collector Manager Meta Information
Deletes information about collector, database server, etc. managed by Collector Manager. If the Collector Manager is running, this command is treated as an error.
Force Quit Collector Manager
The Collector Manager stops immediately without waiting for the shutdown process.
Register Machbase Server
Sets up the Machbase database server connected to the Collector Manager. After that, management through machsql is possible.
Naming Collector Manager
When registering the Collector Manager on the Machbase server, you can set the name of the Collector Manager to register.
Displaying List of Registered Machbase Servers
Displays the list of database servers registered in Collector Manager.
Creates a collector managed by the Collector Manager.
When you create a collector, you are required to be prompted for a name and the path to the template file.
The name of the collector is entered as the first factor, and the template path must be specified with the -m or --template option.
Specifying Template File
Specifies the path to the template file that is the collector configuration file when creating a collector.
Relative path is relative to
Runs the registered collector process. You must specify the collector name at runtime.
Collector Log Message Configuration
Lets the user generate a log message when executing the collector.
If the value is set to 1, it is generated. If it is set to 0, it is not generated.
Stops the running collector.
Deletes the meta information associated with the collector. You must specify the name of the collector at runtime.
Displaying Collector List
Displays a list of registered collectors.