The Weka support cloud (Weka Home) collects events and statistics information from the Weka clusters in order to improve the support process. Consequently, it is highly recommended to enable the system to upload events and statistics to Weka Home, since this will enable the provision of proactive support if any irregularities are recognized in system behavior. Additionally, when troubleshooting, this enables the provision of better and quicker responses from the Weka Support Team.
To enable the uploading of data to Weka Home, perform the following:
To enable cloud events and diagnostics information use
weka cloud enable CLI command.
Make sure that your network allows the system to report events to Weka by allowing
https connections from the Weka hosts management IP interfaces to
get.weka.io . Alternatively, if connecting to the cloud using a proxy, it is possible to set the proxy using the following command:
weka cloud proxy --set <proxy_url>.
Install a valid commercial or evaluation license. It is possible to receive a 30-day evaluation license from get.weka.io. To extend an evaluation license, contact the Weka Sales or Support Team.
For proactive support, it is highly recommended to enable access to the public instance of Weka Home. However, in some situations - such as when working in dark sites or private VPCs - there is no connectivity to the public instance of Weka Home. In such cases, receipt of proper support requires at least connection to a private instance of Weka Home, which can be installed in the private environment.
For installation and maintenance of a private instance of Weka Home, contact the Weka Support Team.
CentOS 7.x, Amazon Linux 2 LTS
4 GB of RAM
20 GB of local storage available (not including the OS/base install)
Version 3.6 or later of the Weka cluster software
Open port 8000 from the Weka cluster to the private Weka Home instance
Root access on the instance for Weka Support Team to install, run and manage the private Weka Home instance