postConfigure options in 1.4¶

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





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




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)


Unix Password, used with no-prompting option


Performance Module IP Addresses,


MariaDB ColumnStore Port Address


Quick Install - Multi Server


Quick Install - Single Server


System Name


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


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


User Module IP Addresses,


Do not resolve IP Addresses from host names


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