I have wrapped nodetool info into my own script that strips out and interprets the information I care about. That script also sets a return code based on the health of that node (which protocols are up, etc.). Then I can monitor the individual health of the node – as that node sees itself. I have found these much more actionable than up/down alerts from a single node’s view of the whole cluster (like nodetool status)
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