You can also make a call to /api/v1/topology/summary to get a list of topologies
On Sun, Dec 14, 2014, at 12:50 PM, Manoj Jaiswal wrote:
Why dont you use the storm list command and use the output to make up the url.
That will give the topology name,
Else you can do a ls on storm local directory to get exact id of toplogy.
ls /home/storm/storm-local/nimbus/stormdist
Additionally you can query zookeeper for storm node directory and you will get topology id from there.
Hope this helps.
On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 1:52 PM, Sheldon White <> wrote:
I’m currently looking at ways to leverage the Storm HTTP APIs to monitor the health of our storm cluster and a running topology in particular. I can get all the statistics I need when I know a particular topology ID, parsing the json returned from a URL like: http://servername:8080/api/v1/topology/production-topology-1418162192 with our existing monitoring apparatus.
The problem is that I can’t setup a fixed URL for our monitoring systems because Storm builds it’s own ID from the topology name: name + nonce. As it stands, I'd need to write code to list all running topologies and parse out the one I’m interested in, requiring a an application layer I don’t want to write at the moment. Is it possible to override Storm’s appending the nonce, forcing it to use the specific ID string I want?
thanks in advance