Your cluster list is empty!

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    Krzysztof Ksiazek

    Hi,

    There is no need for a license for the Community version. Of course, it has its limitations but cluster list should be definitely visible. This looks more like an upgrade bug. To diagnose it further we could use an error report generated as per: http://support.severalnines.com/hc/en-us/articles/212425883

    Additionally, please check Chrome's developer's JS console for any errors that may be visible. It might be easier if you'd create a ticket with us including details I mentioned above and we could proceed with diagnosis.

    Thanks,

    Krzysztof

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    Dirk Mainhardt

    Hi,

    I will create a ticket with the information.

    Thanks,

    Dirk

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    Sander Backus

    I'm having the same issue; even after deleting cluster info from /etc/cmon.cnf and re-importing the cluster (MariaDB 10.0 options seems to be missing? only 10.1?) the cluster is still not visible. Notifications about the cluster appear to be working though. 

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    Dirk Mainhardt

    I had a wrong rpc-key in my /etc/cmon.d/cmon_"name".cnf. 

    The rpc-key must match with token from database: mysql -p -e "select * from dcps.clusters;"

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    Sander Backus

    Thanks! I had my old (correct) key still in /etc/cmon.conf, after deleting that everything worked. 

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