Friday, May 29, 2009

Configuration Templates

Definition

Configuration templates contain the predefined instance configuration for specific scenarios.

A configuration template is system independent and can be moved between different systems as all system dependencies are configured using dynamic configuration, which includes parameterized and computed settings and value links. A configuration template is derived from a default configuration and overwrites the setting according to the specific usage the template is assigned to.

Structure

A configuration template may contain the following configuration:

Instance layout – the number of server nodes running on the instance defined as an arithmetic expression dependent on the hardware available for this instance (number of CPUs and memory available).

Java Virtual Machine (JVM) configuration – JVM memory settings and JVM parameters. If no settings are applied, the default settings will take effect.

Kernel configuration – system independent properties of the manager components of the AS Java.

Service setting – system-independent service properties of each service component which is part of the installation.

Application configuration – syst

Definition

Configuration templates contain the predefined instance configuration for specific scenarios.

A configuration template is system independent and can be moved between different systems as all system dependencies are configured using dynamic configuration, which includes parameterized and computed settings and value links. A configuration template is derived from a default configuration and overwrites the setting according to the specific usage the template is assigned to.

Structure

A configuration template may contain the following configuration:

Instance layout – the number of server nodes running on the instance defined as an arithmetic expression dependent on the hardware available for this instance (number of CPUs and memory available).

Java Virtual Machine (JVM) configuration – JVM memory settings and JVM parameters. If no settings are applied, the default settings will take effect.

Kernel configuration – system independent properties of the manager components of the AS Java.

Service setting – system-independent service properties of each service component which is part of the installation.

Application configuration – system independent application configuration of each application which is part of the installation.

Runtime filter configuration – for activation and deactivation of components according to the use case scenario the template belongs to (the components which are not needed for the particular usage are disabled, which means they are not started whereas those that are needed are enabled). More information about filters: Adding Filters.

More information about changing a configuration template: Activating a Configuration Template.

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em independent application configuration of each application which is part of the installation.

Runtime filter configuration – for activation and deactivation of components according to the use case scenario the template belongs to (the components which are not needed for the particular usage are disabled, which means they are not started whereas those that are needed are enabled). More information about filters: Adding Filters.

More information about changing a configuration template: Activating a Configuration Template.

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