This topic provides descriptions of the Archiver configuration parameters in the Services Config view.
The tabs for an Archiver in the Services Config view provide a way to manage basic service configurations, configure aggregate services, configure log retention and storage, edit service configuration files, and configure the appliance service for an Archiver.
To access this view:
- In the Security Analytics menu, select Administration > Services.
The Services Config view for the Archiver is displayed with the General tab open.
The following are the tabs in the Archiver config view:
- Data Retention
Appliance Service Configuration: for information on the Appliance Service Configuration tab, see the Appliance Service Configuration topic in the Host and Services Getting Started Guide.
The General tab contains the following sections:
- Aggregate Services
- System Configuration
- Aggregation Configuration
The following table describes actions available in the Aggregate Services section.
When you add an Archiver service, default values are in effect. RSA designed the default values to accommodate most environments and recommends that you do not edit these values because it may adversely affect performance. The following table describes the System Configuration parameters.
The Aggregation Configuration section contains the following sections:
- Aggregation Settings
- Service Heartbeat
The Aggregations Settings section has the following parameters.
The Service Heartbeat section has the following parameters.
For information on the Data Retention tab for Archiver, see Data Retention Tab - Archiver.
The Files tab in the Service Config view is the user interface for editing service configuration files for Archiver as text files. The files available to edit vary depending upon the type of service being configured. The files that are common to all core services are:
- The service index file
- The netwitness file
- The crash reporter file
- The scheduler file
- The feed definitions file
For more information on the Files tab, see the Files Tab topic in the Host and Services Getting Started Guide.