postConfigure options in 1.4¶

MariaDB ColumnStore provides the postConfigure command, for configuring the back-end storage and Performance Modules for ColumnStore Instances.

long_opt

short_opt

descr

-c

Config File to use to extract configuration data, default is Columnstore.xml.rpmsave

-h

Help

-numBlocksPct

amount of physical memory to utilize for disk block caching (percentages of the total memory need to be stated without suffix, explicit values with suffixes M or G)

-p

Unix Password, used with no-prompting option

-pm-ip-addrs

Performance Module IP Addresses xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx,xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

-port

MariaDB ColumnStore Port Address

-qm

Quick Install - Multi Server

-qs

Quick Install - Single Server

-sn

System Name

-totalUmMemory

amount of physical memory to utilize for joins, intermediate results and set operations on the UM. (percentages of the total memory need to be stated with suffix %, explcit values with suffixes M or G) S3-compat storage quick-configure options: (See /etc/columnstore/storagemanager.cnf.example for more information) -sm-bucket bucket The bucket to use. -sm-region region The region to use. -sm-id id The ID to use; equivalent to AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID in AWS -sm-secret secret The secret; equivalent to AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY in AWS -sm-endpoint host The host to connect to -sm-cache size The amount of disk space to use as a local cache -sm-prefix prefix Where storagemanager will store its files

-u

Upgrade, Install using the Config File from -c, default is Columnstore.xml.rpmsave. If ssh-keys aren't setup, you should provide passwords as command line arguments

-um-ip-addrs

User Module IP Addresses xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx,xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

-x

Do not resolve IP Addresses from host names

-xr

Resolve host names into their reverse DNS host names. Only applied in combination with -x