Re: DistributeLoad across a NiFi cluster

2019-07-04 Thread Edward Armes
Hi Andrew, Is this functionality documented anywhere do you know? As I've had a quick look through the documentation and I haven't seen this. Edward On Tue, Jul 2, 2019 at 5:33 PM James McMahon wrote: > Excellent - thanks very much Andrew. This is my first crack at working > with a clustered

Re: Anti-Virus Scanning

2019-08-14 Thread Edward Armes
Hi Jason, This isn't explicitly documented anywhere, however the locations of all the key paths for Nifi can be found in the documentation in general. Hopefully a combination of this email thread and official documentation should be enough for your client to give the AV exemptions you need.

Re: Optimizing Performance of Apache NiFi's Network Listening Processors

2019-08-02 Thread Edward Armes
spawn 4,000 threads behind the scene? The tcp connections will > be idle most of the time. > > > > thanks > > Clay > > > > > > On Fri, Aug 2, 2019 at 6:10 AM Edward Armes > wrote: > >> > >> Hi Clay, > >> > >> Because

Re: My nifi no more serve admin interface

2019-08-14 Thread Edward Armes
Hi Nicolas, This is another dump question. As I've only ever seen this before when I've accidentally connect to a secured Nifi cluster over HTTP and not HTTPS. >From I've seen Nifi won't ask your browser to do a connection upgrade (HTTP -> HTTPS), When you type in the address are you sure your

Re: data metrics / data monitoring

2019-08-12 Thread Edward Armes
Hi Peter, I think this depends on where this data is stored. If this data is avaiable as metrics record by Nifi, then a reporting task would be the best way forward. However if this is data that is recorded in your FlowFiles as part of your flow then I think you're looking at either collecting in

Re: My nifi no more serve admin interface

2019-08-14 Thread Edward Armes
Hmm, I wonder if there's a change that could be made to expose this error so its a bit more obvious, maybe one for the Dev mailing list? Edward On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 3:12 PM Pierre Villard wrote: > Glad you sorted it out and thanks for letting us know! > In case you missed it, you might be

Re: Continuing my LDAP auth adventures

2019-07-19 Thread Edward Armes
Hi Nicolas, This one is a bit of a Spring special. The actual cause here is that the Spring Bean that is being created from this file has silently failed, and thus the auto-wiring has failed as well. The result is you get this lovely misleading error. The normal reason for the bean not being

Re: Continuing my LDAP auth adventures

2019-07-19 Thread Edward Armes
7/2019 à 11:36, Edward Armes a écrit : > > Hi Nicolas, > > This one is a bit of a Spring special. The actual cause here is that the > Spring Bean that is being created from this file has silently failed, and > thus the auto-wiring has failed as well. The result is you get this l

Re: Continuing my LDAP auth adventures

2019-07-19 Thread Edward Armes
r > file-access-policy-provider property> > > > > > Le 19/07/2019 à 12:03, Pierre Villard a écrit : > > Hi Nicolas, > > Could you share the full content of your authorizers.xml file? Sometimes > it's just a matter of references not being in the right "order&quo

Re: Continuing my LDAP auth adventures

2019-07-19 Thread Edward Armes
yet loaded) > > . > > So there must be some weird back-and-forth dance between the ldap user > group provider and the file policy provider ... But I don't understand the > dance in question > Le 19/07/2019 à 15:38, Edward Armes a écrit : > > Hi Nicolas, > > In your act

Re: Optimizing Performance of Apache NiFi's Network Listening Processors

2019-08-02 Thread Edward Armes
Hi Clay, Because Nifi underneath uses a thread pool for it's own threading underneath, and each instance processor runs does so in it's own thread, I don't see any reason why not. One thing to note that the way the ListenTCP processor appears to have been written such that it gets all the