cbsummary

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    The [.cmd]cbsummary tool connects to a set of Couchbase clusters and generates a summary report.

    Description

    The [.cmd]cbsummary tool connects to a set of Couchbase clusters specified in a configuration file and generates a summary report.

    The config file contains JSON specifying an array of information on each cluster, giving the Couchbase credentials to login, and one or more IP addresses for cluster nodes.

    The default report format includes RAM and core utilization across each specified cluster, since that information is useful in determining compliance with Couchbase licenses. If you specify --csv, then the report is generated in CSV instead of JSON. If, instead, you specify --full, then a much more detailed report is generated.

    The summary report is sent to the file 'cbsummary.out.<timestamp>', unless a different file name is specified with the --output option.

    Syntax

    The syntax for cbsummary is as follows:

    cbsummary --config=<config file> [--output=<output file>] [--full]

    Options

    Command options are as follows:

    Option Description

    --config [config file]

    Configuration file listing clusters and credentials to connect and generate a summary.

    --csv

    Generate the report in CSV format. Note that this format is not compatible with full reports.

    --full

    Generate an extensive report instead of just core and RAM usage.

    -h --help

    Print a help message and exit.

    --output [output file]

    Name of the output file. The default naming convention for the report is cbsummary.out.<timestamp>.

    Examples

    An example config file giving information about 2 clusters is:

    { "clusters": [
      {"login": "Administrator", "pass": "password1", "nodes": ["http://192.168.1.1:8091"]},
      {"login": "Administrator", "pass": "password2", "nodes": ["http://192.166.1.1:8091","http://192.16.1.2:8091"]}
    ]}