Host GS: Core Service System Configuration

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This topic lists and describes the configuration parameters that are common to all RSA Security Analytics Core services.

Settings

The following table lists and describes the System configuration settings:

                                                            
System Configuration Folder/sys/config
compressionDisplays the minimum amount of bytes before a message is compressed, when set to a positive value. Zero means no compression for any message. Change takes effect on subsequent connections.
crc.checksumDisplays the minimum bytes before a message is sent over the network with a CRC checksum (to be validated by the client), when set to a positive value. Zero means no CRC checksum validation with any message. Change takes effect on subsequent connections.
drivesDisplays drives to monitor for usage stats. Change takes effect on service restart.
portDisplays the port this service will listen on. Change takes effect on service restart.
schedulerDisplays the folder for scheduled tasks.
service.name.overrideDisplays an optional service name used by upstream services for aggregation in lieu of hostname.
sslEncrypts all traffic using SSL, if enabled. Change takes effect on service restart.
stat.compressionCompresses stats as they are written to the database, if enabled. Change takes effect on service restart.
stat.dirDisplays the directory where the historical stats database is stored (separate multiple dirs with semicolon). Optional assigned max size (=#unit), units are: t for TB; g for GB, m for MB. Change takes effect on service restart.
stat.excludeLists stat pathnames to be excluded from the stat database. The following wildcards are permitted: ? match any single character, * match zero or more characters to delimiter /, ** match zero or more characters including delimiter. Change takes effect immediately.
stat.intervalDetermines how often (in milliseconds) statistic nodes are updated in the system. Change takes effect immediately.
threadsLists the number of threads in the thread pool to handle incoming requests. Change takes effect immediately.
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