The General tab displays the general configuration settings for Warehouse Connector service.
|Role||I want to...||Refer to...|
|Administrator||Install Warehouse Connector Service on a Log Decoder or Decoder||Install Warehouse Connector Service on a Log Decoder or Decoder or Hybrid|
|Administrator||Configure a Warehouse Connector Service*||Configure a Warehouse Connector Service|
|Administrator||Configure the Data Source for Warehouse Connector||Configure the Data Source for Warehouse Connector|
Configure the Destination using NFS, SFTP, WebHDFS.
|Administrator||Configure a Stream||Configure a Stream|
|Administrator||Monitor a Warehouse Connector||Monitor a Warehouse Connector|
Add Warehouse as Data Source to Reporting Engine
For more information, see "Add Warehouse as a Data Source to Reporting Engine" in the Reporting Engine Configuration Guide.
|Administrator||Analyze a Warehouse Report||For more information, see "Step 4. Analyze a Warehouse Report" in the Warehouse Guide.|
Manage a Stream and Lockbox
*You can perform this task in the current view
The following figure shows the General tab on the Warehouse Connector Services Config view.
The General tab displays the system configuration parameters for the Warehouse Connector service.
When you add a Warehouse Connector service, default values are in effect. RSA designed the default values to accommodate most environments and recommends that you do not modify these values because it may adversely affect performance.
The following table describes the System Configuration parameters:
|Compression||Determines the minimum amount of bytes before a message is compressed. If set to zero, messages are not compressed.|
|Port||Determines the port used by the service.|
|SSL||If enabled, all the data transferred in the network will be encrypted using SSL.|
|Stat Update Interval||Determines how often (in milliseconds) statistic nodes are updated in the system.|
|Threads||Determines the number of threads in the thread pool to handle incoming requests.|