The Weka CLI is installed on each Weka host and is available through the
weka command. It's possible to
ssh one of the hosts and run the
weka command. This displays a list of all available top-level commands. You can go ahead and explore them.
$ wekaUsage:weka [--help] [--build] [--version] [--legal]Description:The base command for all weka related CLIsSubcommands:agent Command s that control the weka agent (outside the weka containers)alerts List alerts in the Weka clustercloud Cloud commands. List the cluster's cloud status, if no subcommand supplied.cluster Commands that manage the clusterdebug Commands used to debug a weka clusterdiags Diagnostics commands to help understand the status of the cluster and its environmentevents List all events that conform to the filter criteriafs List filesystems defined in this Weka clusterlocal Commands that control weka and its containers on the local machinemount Mounts a wekafs filesystem. This is the helper utility installed at /sbin/mount.wekafs.nfs Commands that manage client-groups, permissions and interface-groupsorg List organizations defined in the Weka clustersecurity Security commands.smb Commands that manage Weka's SMB containerstats List all statistics that conform to the filter criteriastatus Get an overall status of the Weka clusterumount Unmounts wekafs filesystems. This is the helper utility installed at /sbin/umount.wekafs.user List users defined in the Weka clusterversion When run without arguments, lists the versions available on this machine. Subcommands allow fordownloading of versions, setting the current version and other actions to manage versions.Options:--agent Start the agent service-h, --help Show help message--build Prints the CLI build number and exits-v, --version Prints the CLI version and exits--legal Prints software license information and exits
For more information about the CLI, refer to Getting Started with Weka CLI.
The Weka GUI is accessible at port 14000. It can be accessed from any host or by using the cluster name. For example:
The initial default username/password is admin/admin, as described in User Management. It is enforced to change the admin password upon the first login.
For more information about the GUI, refer to Getting Started with Weka GUI.
The Weka system supports a RESTful API. This is useful when automating the interaction with the Weka system and when integrating it into your workflows or monitoring systems.
The API is accessible at port 14000, via the
/api/v2 URL, you can explore it via
/api/v2/docs when accessing from the cluster (e.g.
Our static API documentation can be accessed from api.docs.weka.io (the version of the
.json file can be changed to reflect the desired version, e.g., 3.11.json)