Audit Archiver Cluster Properties

The following cluster properties configure the operation of the FTP Audit Archiver.
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The following cluster properties configure the operation of the FTP Audit Archiver.
Property
Description
audit.archiver.ftp.fileprefix
Prefix for the archived .ZIP files on the FTP server used to easily locate audit archive files.
Default:
SSGAuditArchive-
audit.archiver.ftp.maxfilesize
Maximum size for uploaded files. The size should be large enough to accommodate the largest audit record, and smaller than the file size limit of the FTP server. When the maximum is reached, a new archive file is created.
Default:
2000000000
(bytes)
audit.archiverBatchSize
Number of audit records to process by one archiver job.
Range: 0-10000
Default:
1000
audit.archiverShutdownThreshold
The Gateway either shuts down and/or stops auditing once disk space usage exceeds this threshold (in percentage). How the Gateway responds is set in the
audit.managementStrategy
Audit Cluster Properties.
Default:
90
(percent)
audit.archiverStaleTimeout
Time before an in-progress archive job is considered hung, allowing other nodes to release the lock on the database.
Default:
120
(minutes)
audit.archiverStartThreshold
Disk space used before archiving of audit records starts.
Default:
75
(percent)
audit.archiverStopThreshold
Disk space used before archiving of audit records stops.
Default:
50
(percent)
audit.archiverTimerPeriod
Time for scheduling the FTP Audit Archiver task. A value of zero disables the audit archiver scheduler.
Default:
600
(seconds)
audit.archiverWarningThreshold
Disk space used by the database before users are alerted that threshold is exceeded.
Default:
50
(percent)
auditArchiver.db.defaultDiskThreshold
Default disk space threshold for DB data file in megabytes. Actual database configuration takes priority over this cluster property. Audit Archiver uses this cluster property value only if it cannot get the value from DB.
This is applicable to Mysql DB (InnoDB file size) that do not have max value like AWS RDS. If you set a value lower than your actual usage percentage (you can check this in your logs), it will cross the threshold that is set in
audit.archiverShutdownThreshold
where
default is 90 percent), which may cause Gateway to stop archiving and also freeze the Gateway during bootup.