Command Center Console Parameters

Command Center Console Parameters

These parameters only apply to Greenplum Data Computing Appliance platforms.

Each instance of the Command Center Console has two configuration files located in $GPPERFMONHOME/instances/instance_name/conf. The web application file is gpperfmonui.conf and the web server file is lighttpd.conf.

After editing these files, reload the configuration by restarting the Command Center Console instance (gpperfmon --restart "instance_name").

Web Application Parameters

(gpperfmonui.conf)

Specifies the instance name displayed on the login page of the Greenplum Command Center Console. This value can be any name you want to display to users, expressed as a text string. Defaults to the instance name you specified when setting up the Command Center Console.

server_name
Specifies the instance name displayed on the login page of the Greenplum Command Center Console. This value can be any name you want to display to users, expressed as a text string. Defaults to the instance name you specified when setting up the Command Center Console.
master_port
Specifies the port number of the Greenplum Database master that this instance is monitoring.
allowautologin
diskthresholdvalue
default 80
securedbhealth
default False
maxconnections
default 10
ssl_enabled
csrf_protect
True/False
timeout
default 1800
pollinterval
30000
ssh_full_path
default ssh

Web Server Parameters

(lighttpd.conf)

The lighttpd configuration file has many parameters to configure the web server. The following parameters are the most likely to change for a Command Center Console installation. See the lighttpd documentation for information about other parameters.

server.port
Sets the web server port number. The default HTTP port is 28080.
ssl.engine
Determines whether SSL encryption is used for client connections. Valid values are enable and disable. If you enable SSL at installation time, this is set to enable.
ssl.pemfile
Specifies the path to the PEM file for SSL support. If you enable SSL at installation time, this parameter points to a self-signed certificate. If you use a trusted signed certificate, you must specify it with this parameter.