Configure the Cluster and Start Monitor | Teradata Data Mover - 17.10 - Configuring the Cluster and Starting the Monitoring Service - Teradata Data Mover

Teradata® Data Mover Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guide for Customers

Teradata Data Mover
Release Number
June 2021
English (United States)
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The monitoring service uses SSH connections to the servers it monitors and JDBC to monitor the Data Mover repositories. The command can take a few minutes to complete and does the following:
  • Sets up the SSH logons for the monitoring services so that the services can log on without a password to the monitored servers.
  • Sets up and stores the usernames and passwords for the designated-active and standby repositories.
  • Sets up ActiveMQ authentication for the designated-active and standby ActiveMQ, daemon, agents, and REST servers.
  • Configures and activates the synchronization service from the designated-active to the designated-standby repository.
  • Configures and starts the designated-active daemon, agents, REST, bundled DSA, and designated-active sync monitor service in active mode.
  • Starts the monitoring service on to monitor the local Data Mover components.
  1. Log on to the designated-active daemon server and edit the /etc/opt/teradata/datamover/ file for your system.
    For details about the file, see File
  2. Run the following command as root:
    ./dmcluster config
    In a default installation, the active repository host is the same as the active daemon host and the standby repository host is the same as the standby daemon host.