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Some of the important properties of the kyvosclient.properties file, needed for cluster deployment are listed here.

Property Name

Description

Syntax/Example

Default Value

INTERA HOME

This is a fully qualified path to the root folder in the Report Application. This path specifies the folder in which application logs are to be created. This is used while initializing the application in the integration scenario. It is relative with respect to the webserver directory where the application is deployed.


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REPORT_ENGINE_IP

Address of the machine where the Kyvos Engine is running.

[IP](string)

127.0.0.1

REPORT_ENGINE_PORT

Port number on which the Kyvos Engine is running.

45450

45450

TEMP_PATH

Kyvos Client uses this temp folder for its temporary operations.

temp

temp

RELATIVE_PATH

Relative path for application integration.

blank

blank

LOGGING_ENABLED

Used for setting an application's logging on or off (yes/no).

yes

yes

LOG_LEVEL

The debug logging level.

[DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR, FATAL] (String)

DEBUG

SERVER_TIME_OUT

The number of seconds the server waits for a response from the client.

600

30

SERVER_TIME_OUT_CHUNK

Number of chunks the server waits for a response from the client.

600

30

REGISTRY_ENABLED

This flag specifies whether the Load Balancer Registry is used.

false

false

REGISTRIES

IP address list of the Load Balancing Registries.

127.0.0.1:60000

127.0.0.1:60000

ZOOKEEPER_HOSTS

List of comma-separated ZooKeeper hosts and optionally their port numbers.

[host:port,host:port,host:port]

localhost: 2181

CLUSTER_NAME

The name of the ZooKeeper node used for creating a namespace for different users.

[unique_user_name]

Default_Cluster

SYSTEM_AUTH_ENABLED

This will enable/disable the system authentication support on the Kyvos web application. This would be enabled only when the Kyvos server is running in LDAP/Kerberos mode. This can be set when the web application is configured to validate system users using Waffle or Jespa.

yes

no

LOG_FILE_COUNT

The property specifies the number of log files to be maintained on the Kyvos Manager for Kyvos client logs.

[positive integer]
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