Adding a remote harvesting server connected to a local Talend Data Catalog server - 8.0

Talend Data Catalog Installation and Upgrade Guide for Linux

Version
8.0
Language
English (United States)
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Module
Talend Data Catalog
Content
Installation and Upgrade

Perform the following procedure each time you have installed a new remote harvesting server connected to a local Talend Data Catalog server.

Before you begin

  • You have been assigned a global role with the Application Administration capability.
  • You have installed a remote harvesting server with the same version as the Talend Data Catalog application server.
  • You have applied the same patches on the Talend Data Catalog application server and the remote harvesting server.

Procedure

  1. Go to MANAGE > Servers.
  2. In the Heartbeat Frequency field, select the frequency of the heartbeat to check the status of the servers.

    Talend Data Catalog sends a notification email when a server goes down once the maximum number of missed heartbeats specified in the server properties is reached.

    By default, this feature is disabled and no notifications will be sent.
  3. Click Add.
  4. In the New Server dialog box, fill in the following fields.
    Field Description
    Name Type in the name of the remote harvesting server.
    Type Select Local Network.

    It applies to a remote harvesting server connected to a local Talend Data Catalog server, via a dedicated open port on the same network, where the firewall is not an issue.

    The remote harvesting server is controlled by the Talend Data Catalog server in a classic client/server architecture.
    URL Type in the URL for the remote harvesting server such as http://<hostname>:<port>/MIMBWebServices where<hostname> is the hostname or IP address and <port> is the port that the remote harvesting server runs on.
    Description Type in a description.
    Max missed heartbeats Set the maximum number of missed heartbeats (regular contact) from the remote harvesting server before it is considered disconnected.

    Talend Data Catalog sends an email notification when the harvesting server goes down once the maximum number of missed heartbeats is reached. You need to define the duration between each heartbeat check in the Heartbeat Frequency field.

    Compress Data Select the check box to use data compression for the communication between the servers.
    Set as Default Select the check box to define the remote harvesting server as the default when harvesting metadata.
  5. Click CREATE.

Results

When the remote harvesting server is connected, you can see a Connected icon in the Status column.