Lists configuration values for the data-fabric cluster.

Configuration Fields

The following fields are configurable.
Default Value: 10
The maximum number of containers that can be balanced in parallel by the disk balancer. The value is a percentage of the number of nodes in the system.
Default Value: 1 (Disk Balancer is enabled)
Enables (1) or disables (0) the Disk Balancer.
Default Value: 120
The sleep interval (in seconds) between two successive runs of the Disk Balancer.
Default Value: 70
Percentage of used space that causes containers in a storage pool to be distributed across other less used storage pools.
Default Value: 0
Disables (0) or enables (1) the logging of messages in the Disk Balancer and Role Balancer.
Default Value: 10
The percentage (of the number of nodes in the system) to use to determine the maximum number of containers whose roles (Masters and Tails) are balanced in parallel by the Role Balancer.

For example, suppose there are 500 nodes and the value of this parameter is 10(%). The number of containers whose roles are balanced in parallel is (10/100)*500=50.

Default Value: 1
Enables (0) or Disables (1) the Role Balancer.
Default Value: 900
The sleep interval (in seconds) between two successive runs of the Role Balancer.
Default Value: 1800
The initial startup delay (in seconds) of the Role Balancer for existing clusters.
Default Value: 90
The percentage at which the CLUSTER_ALARM_CLUSTER_ALMOST_FULL alarm is triggered.
Default Value: 0
The allocation algorithm to use when creating new containers. The value can be one of:
  • 0 - indicates Round Robin algorithm if the number of nodes is less than or equal to 100, Randomized algorithm otherwise.
  • 1 - indicates Round Robin algorithm. If selected, containers are allocated across nodes in a topology in a round robin fashion.
  • 2 - indicates Randomized algorithm. If selected, containers are allocated across nodes in a randomized way.
Default Value: 1024
The size of the container (in MB) that should be used as a buffer. When allocating a new container, this size is deducted from the maximum container size.
NOTE: When you modify the value of cldb.container.sizemb, check and update the value of cldb.container.assign.buffer.sizemb to prevent new containers from being created when existing containers are not full.
Default Value: 85
The percentage of space on a file server to use to classify the file server as full.
Default Value: 32768

The maximum size for containers (in MB). This is a soft limit.

NOTE: When cldb.container.sizemb value is modified, check and update the value of cldb.container.assign.buffer.sizemb to prevent new containers from being created when existing containers are not full.
Default Value: 256
The size of each chunk (in MB) that make up a file in the data-fabric filesystem.
Default Value: /data
The default topology for new volumes.
Default Value: 365
The retention period of the files (in days) that is used to record Dialhome metrics. Files that are past their retention period are automatically deleted.
Default Value: 0 (false)
Set this to 1 (true) to disable CLDB alarm history, as tracking and fetching the alarm history can degrade the performance of CLDB on large clusters.
Default Value: 3600
The number of seconds that a node can fail to heartbeat before it is considered dead. Once a node is considered dead, the CLDB re-replicates any data contained on the node.
Default Value: 15
The amount of time (in minutes) to wait before checking for inactive nodes.
NOTE: Reduce the value to raise the No Heartbeat Alarm without delay, after CLDB failover. To avoid spurious alarms, do not reduce this value below 5 (minutes).
Default Value: 60
The frequency (in minutes) at which CLDB should log messages about the time skew on the file server.
Default Value: 3
The number of container replicas that can resync in parallel from the source for low-latency (star-replicated) volumes.
Default Value: 4096
The maximum number of snapshots that you can create for a volume. CLDB will fail snapshot creation once the number of snapshots reaches this limit. Increasing this value has performance implications. This should only be changed in consultation with the HPE data-fabric support team.
Default Value: 10
Specifies a multiple heartbeat timeout. For small clusters, the heartbeat interval is 1 second and the multiple is 10 by default, which makes the heartbeat timeout 10 seconds.
Default Value: 1
The number of file servers hosting the CLDB volume that is required for the master CLDB to complete the bootstrap process.
Default Value: 20
Number of containers to be assigned for a CG assign request. The value can be any integer between 0 and 100.
Default Value: 1
Enables and disables policy access controls (ACEs set in security policies) at the cluster level. When set to 0, the system does not enforce security policy ACEs for data operations in the cluster. See Disabling Policy Access Controls at the Cluster-Level for additional information.
Default Value: 0
Set the value to 1 to enable audit-only policy checks (permissive mode). Permissive mode is useful during initial deployment when testing security policies. When permissive mode is enabled, the volume-level enforcementmode option PolicyAceAuditAndDataAce can be set. In this mode:
  • Resource-level ACEs are enforced.
  • If security policies are tagged to data objects, the security policies are checked for access; any access denied events will be audited, but access will be allowed.
See Setting Global Configuration Options for Policy-Based Security for additional information.
Default Value: 10000
Maximum number of configured security policies allowed. Prevents users from arbitrarily creating numerous security policies, which could impact performance.
Default Value: 0
Sets the master security policy cluster for the global namespace. You can configure a cluster to perform one of the following roles:
  • Master — A master security policy cluster is required to create and manage security policies. Only one master security policy cluster can exist.
  • Member — On a cluster designated as Member, you can view the security policies available and apply them to data objects.
By default, the host is set to member (0) upon a new installation or upgrade. To set the host to master, and enable the creation and modification of security policies, set the value of this property to 1.

For more information, see the config save.

Default Value: 0
Disables (0) or enables (1) the processing of critically under-replicated containers. If enabled, the critically under-replicated containers are processed on a priority basis to increase the number of copies.
Default Value: 1200
The number of containers that can be replicated in parallel, expressed as a percentage of the number of active nodes. If the value is 1200, the number of containers that can be replicated is 12 times the number of active nodes.
Default Value: 0
Disables (0) or enables (1) the processing of over-replicated containers. Over-replicated containers are processed to delete extra copies, which is when the number of copies is more than the desired replication factor.
Default Value: 15
The delay (in minutes) between CLDB startup and replication manager startup, to allow all nodes to register and heartbeat.
Default Value: 4
The maximum number of containers that can be in transit on a storage pool (SP). Containers that serve either as the source or destination of a resync operation are considered as being in ‘transit’.
Default Value: 15
The sleep duration (in seconds) between consecutive runs of the Replication Manager.
Default Value: 120
The sleep duration (in seconds) between consecutive runs of the Replication Scanner. While the Replication Scanner classifies containers into different buckets, the Manager thread either replicates or removes additional copies.
Default Value: 720
The buffer time (in minutes) after which all container copies found on the same rack are fixed.
Default Value: 180
The time (in minutes) to defer creating containers on the same rack, for critically under-replicated containers, if there are at least two copies of the containers.
Default Value: 1209600
The length of time (in seconds) before the user ticket (generated using the maprlogin password command) expires.
Default Value: 2592000
The maximum amount of time (in seconds) allowed for the user ticket (generated using the maprlogin password command).
Default Value: 2592000
The length of time (in seconds) to renew the user ticket (generated using the maprlogin password command).
Default Value: 7776000
The maximum duration allowed for a user ticket (generated using maprlogin password command) renewal.
Default Value: 1 (true)
Indicates whether the Snapshot Restore operation is allowed without first checking whether the volume is unmounted or not.

By default, the volume restore operation is allowed only if the volume is unmounted, ensuring that no application is accessing any data in the volume.

Set this flag to 0 (false) to perform the restore operation in a single step, without verifying whether the volume is unmounted or not.

To set this flag to 0, run:

/opt/mapr/bin/maprcli config \
 save -values '{"cldb.snapshot.restore.on.volume.unmount.only":"0"}' -json
Default Value: 90
The threshold percentage that is used to raise alarms when the used space on the nodes of a topology exceed a certain percentage of total space.
Default Value: Not Applicable
The starting epoch of a new Container. Epoch is used internally in the selection of the master container.
Default Value: 2
The minimum replication factor for the name container. Containers with fewer copies than this value are replicated on a priority basis.
Default Value: 3
The desired replication factor for the name container.
Default Value: "bz2,gz,tgz,tbz2, zip,z,Z,mp3,jpg, jpeg,mpg,mpeg,avi, gif,png,lzo,jar"
The file types that should not be compressed. See File Extensions of Compressed Files.
Default Value: root
The super group of the data-fabric filesystem layer.
Default Value: mapr
The super user of the data-fabric filesystem layer.
Default Value: Not Applicable
The configuration variable to set the current version of the data-fabric distribution. Failing to set this variable on an upgrade causes alarms to be missed when all the nodes in a cluster are not at the same version of the software.
Default Value: Not Applicable
The number of parallel copy regions per MFS instance. Setting this field to a larger value increases the parallelism for data transfers during index updates, CDC propagation, and table replication. A larger value increases the transfer rate and reduces the initial synchronization time, but uses more system resources. The latter may impact the response time and performance of applications that read data from the same nodes.
Default Value: 110 (percentage of allocated memory)
On initialization, the data-fabric filesystem is allocated a certain amount of memory. There is some additional headroom that can be used if the data-fabric filesystem is under memory pressure. However, if the data-fabric filesystem exceeds the high memory threshold (default 10% over the allocated memory, that is 110%), the High FileServer Memory Alarm is raised. This threshold can be 8% to 30% over the allocated memory (that is 108% to 130%) .
Default Value:
  • 1 for new data-fabric installations
  • 0 for upgraded data-fabric installations
Disables (0) or enables (1) data-fabric streams and support in HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric Database for JSON documents and tables..
Default Value: 1
Disables (0) or enables (1) usage of Named Pipes over NFS.
Default Value: 50000
The maximum number of Read/Write (RW) containers on each node beyond which performance may not be optimal. The optimal number for RW and snapshot containers combined is 10 times the value of this parameter.