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AxonOps GUI installation

AxonOps GUI service is installed as a separate service to AxonOps Server. The GUI service (axon-dash) can be co-hosted on the same server as the AxonOps Server process, or they can be running on 2 separate servers.

This section describes the installation process for the GUI service.

Step 1 - Installation

CentOS / RedHat installer

curl -1sLf '' | sudo bash
sudo yum install axon-dash

Debian / Ubuntu installer

curl -1sLf '' | sudo bash
sudo apt-get install axon-dash

Step 2 - Configuration

Change axon-dash configuration to specify axon-server listening address.

  • /etc/axonops/axon-dash.yml
axon-dash: #  The listening address of axon-dash
  port: 3000

  public_endpoints: "http://axon-server.public:8080, https://axon-server.public" # Public HTTP endpoint to axon-server API. This can be a list with comma separator. or http://locahost are always wrong.
  context_path: "" # example: "/gui"

axon-server default listening port is 8080

Step 3 - axon-server configuration update

Update axon-server configuration by setting the correct axon-dash host and port:

  • /etc/axonops/axon-server.yml
host:  # axon-server listening address 
port: 8080 # axon-server listening port 
elastic_host: localhost # Elasticsearch endpoint
elastic_port: 9200 # Elasticsearch port

axon-dash: # This must point to axon-dash address
  port: 3000
  https: false

# How long to wait before sending a notification again if it has already
# been sent successfully for an alert. (Usually ~3h or more).
  notification_interval: 3h

  events: 8w # logs and events retention. Must be expressed in weeks (w)
      high_resolution: 14d # High frequency metrics. Must be expressed in days (d)
      med_resolution: 12w # Must be expressed in weeks (w)
      low_resolution: 12M # Must be expressed in months (M)
      super_low_resolution: 2y # Must be expressed in years (y)
  backups: # Those are use as defaults but can be overridden from the UI
    local: 10d
    remote: 30d

Step 4 - Restart axon-server after updating it's configuration

sudo systemctl restart axon-server

Step 5 - Start axon-dash

sudo systemctl daemon-reload
sudo systemctl start axon-dash
sudo systemctl status axon-dash

This will start the axon-dash process as the axonops user, which was created during the package installation. The default listening address is

Package details

  • Configuration: /etc/axonops/axon-dash.yml
  • Binary: /usr/share/axonops/axon-dash
  • Logs: /var/log/axonops/axon-dash.log
  • Systemd service: /usr/lib/systemd/system/axon-dash.service
  • Copyright : /usr/share/doc/axonops/axon-dash/copyright
  • Licenses : /usr/share/axonops/licenses/axon-dash/

Step 6 - Installing agents

Now axon-dash is installed, you can start installing cassandra-agent