Settings

 

The following options are available:

  • GRID enabled on server (use this option to enable or disable GRID for a specific server)
  • GRID IP address on server (use this option to set the IP address for a specific server)
  • GRID internal IP address on server (use this option to set the internal IP address for a specific server)
  • GRID server datacenter (use this option to set the GRID datacenter name)
  • GRID port (use this option to set the GRID port - default value is 7616)
  • GRID SSL certificate (use this option to specify the GRID SSL certificate)
  • GRID SSL certificate subject (use this option to specify the GRID SSL certificate subject)
  • GRID SSL certificate validity (days) (use this option to specify the GRID SSL certificate validity)
  • GRID SSL key (use this option to specify the GRID SSL key)
  • GRID SSL key bits (use this option to specify the GRID SSL key size)
  • GRID SSL cipher suite (use this option to specify the GRID SSL cipher suite)
  • GRID connect timeout (secs) (use this option to set the GRID connect timeout)
  • GRID alive timeout (secs) (use this option to set the GRID alive timeout)
  • GRID MTU limit (bytes) (use this option to set the GRID MTU limit)
  • GRID debugging bandwidth stats (use this option to enable or disable GRID debugging bandwidth stats)
  • GRID debugging bandwidth stats interval (secs) (use this option to set the interval for GRID debugging bandwidth stats)
  • GRID messages log (use this option to enable/disable the GRID messages log)
  • GRID simultaneous receives for memtables 
  • Remote buffer database log size (MB) 
  • Remote buffer database log location cache 
  • Direct tables sync blocks SWAL replay 
  • SWAL receiver is considered backlogged in seconds (What is the max delay between the SWAL and database after which the server is considered backlogged)
  • SWAL receiver backlogged penalty (Set penalty for server which is backlogged. Penalty persists until backlog is cleared)
  • Core dump on send queue size in MB 
  • Core dump on receiver queue size in MB 

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