Missing command line interface to druid data store.
Druid data store does some incredible things and at the same time is a piece of software that can come in your darkest nightmares.
It is simply hard to work with druid: starting from deploying cluster and ending on using the simplest task.
druid-cli is a tool that aims to help with some tasks that are really PITA in druid like:
removing your data
checking if anything works
Project is still WIP so you should be aware that: * some features are not available (tasks, removing segments etc.) * it is very likely that error messages (or even stack traces) won’t tell you what you’re doing wrong
Install from sources or use pip to fetch latest version from PYPI:
pip install druid-cli
Usage: druid-cli [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Options: --overlord LOCATION Hostname and port of overlord node --coordinator LOCATION Hostname and port of coordinator node --broker LOCATION Hostname and port of broker node --help Show this message and exit. Commands: datasource note: requires druid broker node rule note: requires druid coordinator node server note: requires druid coordinator node task note: requires druid overlord node
druid-cli assumes that each type of druid nodes listens on localhost:8080. This obviously can not be true so you have give to druid-cli an explicit location of required druid node like:
druid-cli --coordinator localhost:8082 datasource details
This obviuosly sucks but you can provide those locations using following environment variables:
For more detailed usage on commands use druid-cli <command> --help
Contributions are very welcome.
fixed project requirements (python-dateutil added)
submitting tasks now requires specifying interval
support for submitting delete task
errors from druid API endpoints are now nicely formatted
some errors can give hints about what is incorrect (currently only http 404 errors)
html2text added to requirements
initial tasks support (kill and noop)
druid-cli is licensed under LGPL license, version 3.
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