HTTP Client Usage

HTTP Client Usage

Once replication-manager is started in monitor mode, it provides an internal HTTP server to oversee your clusters.

Access it via pointing a web browser to http://localhost:10001.

By default it is bound to localhost. This can be changed via http-bind-address variable or command line flag to get remote access on the network.

Using replication-manager 2.1, secured connection is open via pointing a web browser to https://replication-manager-host:10005/.

It looks like this:


Starting with replication-manager 2.1 the http client can be secured via navigation to the https api port, this offer encryption on the wire and JWT tokens for identity tracking. The default credential is the apiUser credential so admin:repman but can be change per cluster.

Previously to replication-manager 2.1 The http dashboard has no protected access, use creativity to restrict access to it. Some login protection using http-auth = true is deprecate. We advice not to used it but to protect via a web proxying authentication instead.

Sample nginx configuration providing secure access to the dashboard

server {
  server_name repman.dashboard;
  location / {
    auth_basic           "Login required";
    auth_basic_user_file conf/htpasswd;
    proxy_pass http://localhost:10001;