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Jul
22
comment OpsCenter 5.2.0 - Event log view error: “Undefined name target_node in selection clause”
Hi Shawn, there's no official doc for this, but I did a describe keyspace on a fresh install of opsc 5.2.0, if you did a migration from 5.1.x and the table didn't change, the comment version might still read 5.1.x (ex: pdp table didn't require migration and hence didn't get an updated version). gist.github.com/philip-doctor/1362a1fdd95adcf73cc9
Jul
20
comment OpsCenter 5.2.0 - Event log view error: “Undefined name target_node in selection clause”
Yeah sure, you might consider checking the other tables too to make sure that they're on comment='{"info": "OpsCenter management data.", "version": [5, 2, 0]}' otherwise you're cruising for another problem in the future.
Jul
20
comment OpsCenter 5.2.0 - Event log view error: “Undefined name target_node in selection clause”
Hi Shawn, the schema for Opsc was migrated in 5.2, it sounds like something went wrong with the migration. Did you have any logs from when you first started opsc 5.2? Also can you post the schema for the events table? Run something like this: cqlsh> use "OpsCenter"; cqlsh:OpsCenter> describe TABLE events; you'll get a result that looks something like this gist.github.com/philip-doctor/a358ffe460d22bc49eb5 if you can post that it would be super helpful, thanks!
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