Setup Configuration File
A setup configuration file contains properties used to configure Greenplum Command Center when you perform a non-interactive Command Center installation. The file is passed to the
gpccinstall command with the
$ ./gpccinstall-<version> -c <config_file>
The configuration file contains
name: value or
name=value entries, one per line. Comments begin with a
; character and continue through the end of the line.
See Installing Pivotal Greenplum Command Center for more information about installing Command Center with a configuration file.
Trueif client connections to the Command Center web server are to be secured with SSL. The default is
ssl_cert_fileparameter must be set and the SSL certificate must be installed on the host where you run Command Center.
true, set this parameter to the full path to a valid certificate in PEM file format. The certificate must be installed on the host where you run Command Center.
trueto enable Kerberos authentication.
1 - normal mode (default) - The Command Center Kerberos keytab file contains the Command Center principal and may contain principals for Command Center users. If the principal in the client’s connection request is in the Command Center’s keytab file, Command Center uses the client’s principal for database connections. Otherwise, Command Center uses the gpmon user for database connections.
2 - strict mode - Command Center has a Kerberos keytab file containing the Command Center service principal and a principal for every Command Center user. If the principal in the client’s connection request is in the keytab file, the web server grants the client access and the web server connects to Greenplum Database using the client’s principal name. If the principal is not in the keytab file, the connection request fails.
3 - gpmon_only mode - Command Center uses the gpmon database role for all Greenplum Database connections. No client principals are needed in the Command Center’s keytab file.
##### # GPCC 4.0 setup configuration file ##### path = /opt display_name = Greenplum Database Production Cluster master_port = 5432 webserver_port = 28081 EnableHTTP = true ; allow both HTTP and HTTPS EnableHTTPS = true ssl_cert_file = /etc/ssl/cert.pem enable_kerberos = false