Subsequent Index Validation
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Subsequent Index Validation

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After running the index creation API, you should validate the indexes are created successfully. For large collections, such as jobs and tasks, the index creation process may take some time, so the progress information available in GET /indexes/:collectionName/status can show how far along it is as well as when the process is completely finished.

Deprecated Node Script (npm run index)

While the API solution above is the preferred way to manage indexing, there is currently another way to create indexes. The legacy mechanism is to use the npm run index node script in the various applications that support it.

The applications that support this method are:

  • Command Templates/MOP
  • Service Catalog
  • Workflow Engine

Example

The following outlines how to work with the npm run index script in Workflow Engine.

cd /opt/pronghorn/current/node_modules/@itential/app-workflow_engine
npm run index

Verify Automation Engine Indexes

Once the Automation Engine scripts have completed, run the following commands on MongoDB to verify the indexes have been created or refer to the section on Subsequent Index Validation.

Commands

db.jobs.getIndexes()
db.tasks.getIndexes()
db.workflows.getIndexes()

Example

$ mongo mongo01.zone1.itential.io:27017/pronghorn --ssl -u pronghorn
MongoDB shell version v3.4.18
Enter password:
connecting to: mongodb://mongo01.zone1.itential.io:27017/pronghorn
MongoDB server version: 3.4.18
rs0:PRIMARY> db.jobs.getIndexes()

[{
    "v": 2,
    "key": {
      "_id": 1
    },
    "name": "_id_",
    "ns": "pronghorn.jobs"
  },
  {
    "v": 2,
    "key": {
      "name": 1,
      "type": 1,
      "groups": 1,
      "status": 1,
      "metrics.start_time": -1,
      "metrics.progress": 1,
      "metrics.user": 1
    },
    "name": "name_1_type_1_groups_1_status_1_metrics.start_time_-1_metrics.progress_1_metrics.user_1",
    "ns": "pronghorn.jobs",
    "background": true
  },
  {
    "v": 2,
    "key": {
      "name": 1,
      "type": 1,
      "watchers": 1,
      "status": 1,
      "metrics.start_time": -1,
      "metrics.progress": 1,
      "metrics.user": 1
    },
    "name": "name_1_type_1_watchers_1_status_1_metrics.start_time_-1_metrics.progress_1_metrics.user_1",
    "ns": "pronghorn.jobs",
    "background": true
  }
]

rs0: PRIMARY > db.tasks.getIndexes()[{
  "v": 2,
  "key": {
    "_id": 1
  },
  "name": "_id_",
  "ns": "pronghorn.tasks"
}, {
  "v": 2,
  "key": {
    "name": 1,
    "status": 1,
    "groups": 1,
    "type": 1,
    "job.name": 1,
    "job._id": 1,
    "job.task": 1,
    "metrics.owner": 1,
    "metrics.start_time": -1
  },
  "name": "name_1_status_1_groups_1_type_1_job.name_1_job._id_1_job.task_1_metrics.owner_1_metrics.start_time_-1",
  "ns": "pronghorn.tasks",
  "background": true
  },
  {
  "key": {
    "status": 1,
    "locked": 1
  },
  "background": true,
}, {
  "key": {
    "job._id": 1,
    "job.task": 1
  },
  "background": true
}]

rs0: PRIMARY > db.workflows.getIndexes()[{
  "v": 2,
  "key": {
    "_id": 1
  },
  "name": "_id_",
  "ns": "pronghorn.workflows"
}, {
  "v": 2,
  "unique": true,
  "key": {
    "name": 1,
    "type": 1
  },
  "name": "name_1_type_1",
  "ns": "pronghorn.workflows",
  "background": true
}, {
  "v": 2,
  "key": {
    "groups": 1,
    "created": -1,
    "created_by": 1,
    "last_updated": -1,
    "last_updated_by": 1
  },
  "name": "groups_1_created_-1_created_by_1_last_updated_-1_last_updated_by_1",
  "ns": "pronghorn.workflows",
  "background": true
}]

Command Template/MOP

The final set of indexes for the Command Template/MOP application may be applied using the following npm script.

Example

$ cd /opt/pronghorn/current/node_modules/@itential/app-mop
$ npm run index
...
...

Service Catalog

The final set of indexes for the Service Catalog application may be applied using the following npm script.

Example

$ cd /opt/pronghorn/current/node_modules/@itential/app-service_catalog
$ npm run index
...
...

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