This section provides you with network settings information that you can change for your Exasol instance on
Do the following to make changes in the network settings:
- Log in to EXAoperation using your system administrator account.
- Select Configuration > Network.
- Click the Edit button in the System tab. You can edit the following parameters:
System Property Value Cluster Name Set the name of the cluster. License Server Node Name of the node operating as the license server (management node). Public Network Address IPv4 subnet address for the data nodes Default Gateway IPv4 address of the subnet gateway for the data nodes NTP Server IPv4 address of the NTP server/s for the cluster DNS Server Optional - set the DNS server(s) Search Domain Optional - set the search domain for the cluster Time Zone Time zone the cluster will run in. On the first start-up of the database, the time zone will also be used for the database. OS Memory per Node (GiB)
Specifies the amount of memory dedicated to the OS, and which Exasol cannot use.To know more about it, see Specify OS Memory Swap for Cluster Node(s).
Set this to 10% of each data node's main memory (for example, 192GiB per node -> 19GiB OS Memory).
Disable unencrypted EXAoperation Interfaces
Disables HTTP for EXAoperation and FTP for cluster internal SDFS (Storage Distributed File System) archive volumes.
Disable Backup Download Interfaces
Disables the possibility to download backup files from a cluster internal SDFS (Storage Distributed File System) archive volume
Disable MAC Address Checklist Disables checking MAC addresses when the nodes boot up. Checking this option will also disable reordering of network interfaces. Disable Broadcasts Check this option if the network does not allow broadcasts. MTU Maximum Transmission Unit for the network. You can set this for the private and public networks.
- Click Apply to save your changes.