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Tunning em configuração da instância

Posted By: GERDAN SANTOS
Date: Thursday, 3 November 2011, at 8:52 a.m.

Prezados, poderiam sugerir algum tunning a ser realizado nesta configuração do informix.

A máquina é uma r900 com 24 núcleos e 96GB de RAM, infelizmente não temos storage(sei que parece brincadeira, mas é verdade)

Agradeço a todos pela atenção prestada.

ROOTNAME rootdbs
ROOTPATH /opt/ids/lnk/prod/ol_root01
ROOTOFFSET 0
ROOTSIZE 512000
MIRROR 0
MIRRORPATH
MIRROROFFSET 0

PHYSDBS physdbs
PHYSFILE 3500000
PLOG_OVERFLOW_PATH $INFORMIXDIR/tmp/prod
PHYSBUFF 1024

LOGFILES 213
LOGSIZE 40000
DYNAMIC_LOGS 1
LOGBUFF 1024

LTXHWM 40
LTXEHWM 50

###################################################################
# Server Message File Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# MSGPATH - The path of the IDS message log file
# CONSOLE - The path of the IDS console message file
###################################################################

MSGPATH $INFORMIXDIR/tmp/prod/repl_dfids02_tcp.FC8.log
CONSOLE $INFORMIXDIR/tmp/online.con

###################################################################
# Tblspace Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# TBLTBLFIRST - The first extent size, in KB, for the tblspace
# tblspace. Must be in multiples of the page size.
# TBLTBLNEXT - The next extent size, in KB, for the tblspace
# tblspace. Must be in multiples of the page size.
# The default setting for both is 0, which allows IDS to manage
# extent sizes automatically.
#
# TBLSPACE_STATS - Enables (1) or disables (0) IDS to maintain
# tblspace statistics
###################################################################

TBLTBLFIRST 0
TBLTBLNEXT 0
TBLSPACE_STATS 1

###################################################################
# Temporary dbspace and sbspace Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# DBSPACETEMP - The list of dbspaces used to store temporary
# tables and other objects. Specify a colon
# separated list of dbspaces that exist when the
# server is started. If no dbspaces are specified,
# or if all specified dbspaces are not valid,
# temporary files are created in the /tmp directory
# instead.
# SBSPACETEMP - The list of sbspaces used to store temporary
# tables for smart large objects. If no sbspace
# is specified, temporary files are created in
# a standard sbspace.
###################################################################

DBSPACETEMP tempdbs1,tempdbs2
#DBSPACETEMP
SBSPACETEMP tsblbdbs

###################################################################
# Dbspace and sbspace Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# SBSPACENAME - The default sbspace name where smart large objects
# are stored if no sbspace is specified during
# smart large object creation. Some DataBlade
# modules store smart large objects in this
# location.
# SYSSBSPACENAME - The default sbspace for system statistics
# collection. Otherwise, IDS stores statistics
# in the sysdistrib system catalog table.
# ONDBSPACEDOWN - Specifies how IDS behaves when it encounters a
# dbspace that is offline. Acceptable values
# are:
# 0 Continue
# 1 Stop
# 2 Wait for DBA action
###################################################################

SBSPACENAME sblobdbs
SYSSBSPACENAME
ONDBSPACEDOWN 0

###################################################################
# System Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# SERVERNUM - The unique ID for the IDS instance. Acceptable
# values are 0 through 255, inclusive.
# DBSERVERNAME - The name of the default database server
# DBSERVERALIASES - The list of up to 32 alternative dbservernames,
# separated by commas
###################################################################

SERVERNUM 44
DBSERVERNAME repl_dfids02_tcp
DBSERVERALIASES repl_dfids02_shm

###################################################################
# Network Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# NETTYPE - The configuration of poll threads
# for a specific protocol. The
# format is:
# NETTYPE <protocol>,<# poll threads>
# ,<number of connections/thread>
# ,(NET|CPU)
# You can include multiple NETTYPE
# entries for multiple protocols.
# LISTEN_TIMEOUT - The number of seconds that IDS
# waits for a connection
# MAX_INCOMPLETE_CONNECTIONS - The maximum number of incomplete
# connections before IDS logs a Denial
# of Service (DoS) error
# FASTPOLL - Enables (1) or disables (0) fast
# polling of your network, if your
# operating system supports it.
###################################################################

NETTYPE soctcp,4,250,NET
NETTYPE ipcshm,1,50,CPU
LISTEN_TIMEOUT 120
MAX_INCOMPLETE_CONNECTIONS 1024
FASTPOLL 1

###################################################################
# CPU-Related Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# MULTIPROCESSOR - Specifies whether the computer has multiple
# CPUs. Acceptable values are: 0 (single
# processor), 1 (multiple processors or
# multi-core chips)
# VPCLASS cpu - Configures the CPU VPs. The format is:
# VPCLASS cpu,num=<#>[,max=<#>][,aff=<#>]
# [,noage]
# VP_MEMORY_CACHE_KB - Specifies the amount of private memory
# blocks of your CPU VP, in KB, that the
# database server can access.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 (disable)
# 800 through 40% of the value of SHMTOTAL
# SINGLE_CPU_VP - Optimizes performance if IDS runs with
# only one CPU VP. Acceptable values are:
# 0 multiple CPU VPs
# Any nonzero value (optimize for one CPU VP)
###################################################################

MULTIPROCESSOR 1
VPCLASS cpu,num=10,noage
VP_MEMORY_CACHE_KB 1000
SINGLE_CPU_VP 0

###################################################################
# AIO and Cleaner-Related Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# VPCLASS aio - Configures the AIO VPs. The format is:
# VPCLASS aio,num=<#>[,max=<#>][,aff=<#>][,noage]
# CLEANERS - The number of page cleaner threads
# AUTO_AIOVPS - Enables (1) or disables (0) automatic management
# of AIO VPs
# DIRECT_IO - Specifies whether direct I/O is used for cooked
# files used for dbspace chunks.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 Disable
# 1 Enable direct I/O
# 2 Enable concurrent I/O
###################################################################

#VPCLASS aio,num=1
CLEANERS 128
AUTO_AIOVPS 1
DIRECT_IO 1

###################################################################
# Lock-Related Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# LOCKS - The initial number of locks when IDS starts.
# Dynamic locking can add extra locks if needed.
# DEF_TABLE_LOCKMODE - The default table lock mode for new tables.
# Acceptable values are ROW and PAGE (default).
###################################################################

LOCKS 2000000
DEF_TABLE_LOCKMODE row

###################################################################
# Shared Memory Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# RESIDENT - Controls whether shared memory is resident.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 off (default)
# 1 lock the resident segment only
# n lock the resident segment and the next n-1
# virtual segments, where n < 100
# -1 lock all resident and virtual segments
# SHMBASE - The shared memory base address; do not change
# SHMVIRTSIZE - The initial size, in KB, of the virtual
# segment of shared memory
# SHMADD - The size, in KB, of additional virtual shared
# memory segments
# EXTSHMADD - The size, in KB, of each extension shared
# memory segment
# SHMTOTAL - The maximum amount of shared memory for IDS,
# in KB. A 0 indicates no specific limit.
# SHMVIRT_ALLOCSEG - Controls when IDS adds a memory segment and
# the alarm level if the memory segment cannot
# be added.
# For the first field, acceptable values are:
# - 0 Disabled
# - A decimal number indicating the percentage
# of memory used before a segment is added
# - The number of KB remaining when a segment
# is added
# For the second field, specify an alarm level
# from 1 (non-event) to 5 (fatal error).
# SHMNOACCESS - A list of up to 10 memory address ranges
# that IDS cannot use to attach shared memory.
# Each address range is the start and end memory
# address in hex format, separated by a hyphen.
# Use a comma to separate each range in the list.
###################################################################

RESIDENT 0
SHMBASE 0x44000000L
SHMVIRTSIZE 18192000
SHMADD 32768
EXTSHMADD 16384
SHMTOTAL 31457280
SHMVIRT_ALLOCSEG 0,3
SHMNOACCESS

###################################################################
# Checkpoint and System Block Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# CKPINTVL - Specifies how often, in seconds, IDS checks
# if a checkpoint is needed. 0 indicates that
# IDS does not check for checkpoints. Ignored
# if RTO_SERVER_RESTART is set.
# AUTO_CKPTS - Enables (1) or disables (0) monitoring of
# critical resource to trigger checkpoints
# more frequently if there is a chance that
# transaction blocking might occur.
# RTO_SERVER_RESTART - Specifies, in seconds, the Recovery Time
# Objective for IDS restart after a server
# failure. Acceptable values are 0 (off) and
# any number from 60-1800, inclusive.
# BLOCKTIMEOUT - Specifies the amount of time, in seconds,
# for a system block.
###################################################################

CKPTINTVL 600
AUTO_CKPTS 1
RTO_SERVER_RESTART 1800
BLOCKTIMEOUT 600

###################################################################
# Transaction-Related Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# TXTIMEOUT - The distributed transaction timeout, in seconds
# DEADLOCK_TIMEOUT - The maximum time, in seconds, to wait for a
# lock in a distributed transaction.
# HETERO_COMMIT - Enables (1) or disables (0) heterogeneous
# commits for a distributed transaction
# involving an EGM gateway.
###################################################################

TXTIMEOUT 300
DEADLOCK_TIMEOUT 60
HETERO_COMMIT 0

###################################################################
# ontape Tape Device Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# TAPEDEV - The tape device path for backups. To use standard
# I/O instead of a device, set to stdio.
# TAPEBLK - The tape block size, in KB, for backups
# TAPESIZE - The maximum amount of data to put on one backup
# tape. Acceptable values are 0 (unlimited) or any
# positive integral multiple of TAPEBLK.
###################################################################

TAPEDEV STDIO
TAPEBLK 4096
TAPESIZE 0

###################################################################
# ontape Logial Log Tape Device Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# LTAPEDEV - The tape device path for logical logs
# LTAPEBLK - The tape block size, in KB, for backing up logical
# logs
# LTAPESIZE - The maximum amount of data to put on one logical
# log tape. Acceptable values are 0 (unlimited) or any
# positive integral multiple of LTAPEBLK.
###################################################################

LTAPEDEV /opt/ids/bkp/prod/bkp_log_siop_tcp
LTAPEBLK 128
LTAPESIZE 0

###################################################################
# Backup and Restore Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# BAR_ACT_LOG - The ON-Bar activity log file location.
# Do not use the /tmp directory. Use a
# directory with restricted permissions.
# BAR_DEBUG_LOG - The ON-Bar debug log file location.
# Do not use the /tmp directory. Use a
# directory with restricted permissions.
# BAR_DEBUG - The debug level for ON-Bar. Acceptable
# values are 0 (off) through 9 (high).
# BAR_MAX_BACKUP - The number of backup threads used in a
# backup. Acceptable values are 0 (unlimited)
# or any positive integer.
# BAR_RETRY - Specifies the number of time to retry a
# backup or restore operation before reporting
# a failure
# BAR_NB_XPORT_COUNT - Specifies the number of data buffers that
# each onbar_d process uses to communicate
# with the database server
# BAR_XFER_BUF_SIZE - The size, in pages, of each data buffer.
# Acceptable values are 1 through 15 for
# 4 KB pages and 1 through 31 for 2 KB pages.
# RESTARTABLE_RESTORE - Enables ON-Bar to continue a backup after a
# failure. Acceptable values are OFF or ON.
# BAR_PROGRESS_FREQ - Specifies, in minutes, how often progress
# messages are placed in the ON-Bar activity
# log. Acceptable values are: 0 (record only
# completion messages) or 5 and above.
# BAR_BSALIB_PATH - The shared library for ON-Bar and the
# storage manager. The default value is
# $INFORMIXDIR/lib/ibsad001 (with a
# platform-specific file extension).
# BACKUP_FILTER - Specifies the pathname of a filter program
# to transform data during a backup, plus any
# program options
# RESTORE_FILTER - Specifies the pathname of a filter program
# to transform data during a restore, plus any
# program options
# BAR_PERFORMANCE - Specifies the type of performance statistics
# to report to the ON-Bar activity log for backup
# and restore operations.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 = Turn off performance monitoring (Default)
# 1 = Display the time spent transferring data
# between the IDS instance and the storage
# manager
# 2 = Display timestamps in microseconds
# 3 = Display both timestamps and transfer
# statistics
###################################################################

BAR_ACT_LOG $INFORMIXDIR/tmp/bar_act.log
BAR_DEBUG_LOG $INFORMIXDIR/tmp/bar_dbug.log
BAR_DEBUG 0
BAR_MAX_BACKUP 0
BAR_RETRY 1
BAR_NB_XPORT_COUNT 20
BAR_XFER_BUF_SIZE 31
RESTARTABLE_RESTORE ON
BAR_PROGRESS_FREQ 0
BAR_BSALIB_PATH
BACKUP_FILTER
RESTORE_FILTER
BAR_PERFORMANCE 0

###################################################################
# Informix Storage Manager (ISM) Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# ISM_DATA_POOL - Specifies the name for the ISM data pool
# ISM_LOG_POOL - Specifies the name for the ISM log pool
###################################################################

ISM_DATA_POOL ISMData
ISM_LOG_POOL ISMLogs

###################################################################
# Data Dictionary Cache Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# DD_HASHSIZE - The number of data dictionary pools. Set to any
# positive integer; a prime number is recommended.
# DD_HASHMAX - The number of entries per pool.
# Set to any positive integer.
###################################################################

DD_HASHSIZE 31
DD_HASHMAX 10

###################################################################
# Data Distribution Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# DS_HASHSIZE - The number of data Ddstribution pools.
# Set to any positive integer; a prime number is
# recommended.
# DS_POOLSIZE - The maximum number of entries in the data
# distribution cache. Set to any positive integer.
###################################################################

DS_HASHSIZE 31
DS_POOLSIZE 127

##################################################################
# User Defined Routine (UDR) Cache Configuration Parameters
##################################################################
# PC_HASHSIZE - The number of UDR pools. Set to any
# positive integer; a prime number is recommended.
# PC_POOLSIZE - The maximum number of entries in the
# UDR cache. Set to any positive integer.
###################################################################

PC_HASHSIZE 31
PC_POOLSIZE 127

###################################################################
# SQL Statement Cache Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# STMT_CACHE - Controls SQL statement caching. Acceptable
# values are:
# 0 Disabled
# 1 Enabled at the session level
# 2 All statements are cached
# STMT_CACHE_HITS - The number of times an SQL statement must be
# executed before becoming fully cached.
# 0 indicates that all statements are
# fully cached the first time.
# STMT_CACHE_SIZE - The size, in KB, of the SQL statement cache
# STMT_CACHE_NOLIMIT - Controls additional memory consumption.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 Limit memory to STMT_CACHE_SIZE
# 1 Obtain as much memory, temporarily, as needed
# STMT_CACHE_NUMPOOL - The number of pools for the SQL statement
# cache. Acceptable value is a positive
# integer between 1 and 256, inclusive.
###################################################################

STMT_CACHE 0
STMT_CACHE_HITS 0
STMT_CACHE_SIZE 1024
STMT_CACHE_NOLIMIT 0
STMT_CACHE_NUMPOOL 128

###################################################################
# Operating System Session-Related Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# USEOSTIME - The precision of SQL statement timing.
# Accepted values are 0 (precision to seconds)
# and 1 (precision to subseconds). Subsecond
# precision can degrade performance.
# STACKSIZE - The size, in KB, for a session stack
# ALLOW_NEWLINE - Controls whether embedded new line characters
# in string literals are allowed in SQL
# statements. Acceptable values are 1 (allowed)
# and any number other than 1 (not allowed).
# USELASTCOMMITTED - Controls the committed read isolation level.
# Acceptable values are:
# - NONE Waits on a lock
# - DIRTY READ Uses the last committed value in
# place of a dirty read
# - COMMITTED READ Uses the last committed value
# in place of a committed read
# - ALL Uses the last committed value in place
# of all isolation levels that support the last
# committed option
###################################################################

USEOSTIME 1
######STACKSIZE 64 parametro original da configuracao para 64 bits.
STACKSIZE 128
ALLOW_NEWLINE 1
USELASTCOMMITTED NONE

###################################################################
# Index Related Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# FILLFACTOR - The percentage of index page fullness
# MAX_FILL_DATA_PAGES - Enables (1) or disables (0) filling data
# pages that have variable length rows as
# full as possible
# BTSCANNER - Specifies the configuration settings for all
# btscanner threads. The format is:
# BTSCANNER num=<#>,threshold=<#>,rangesize=<#>,
# alice=(0-12),compression=[low|med|high|default]
# ONLIDX_MAXMEM - The amount of memory, in KB, allocated for
# the pre-image pool and updator log pool for
# each partition.
###################################################################

FILLFACTOR 90
MAX_FILL_DATA_PAGES 1
BTSCANNER num=2,threshold=5000,rangesize=-1,alice=6,compression=default
ONLIDX_MAXMEM 1024000

###################################################################
# Parallel Database Query (PDQ) Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# MAX_PDQPRIORITY - The maximum amount of resources, as a
# percentage, that PDQ can allocate to any
# one decision support query
# DS_MAX_QUERIES - The maximum number of concurrent decision
# support queries
# DS_TOTAL_MEMORY - The maximum amount, in KB, of decision
# support query memory
# DS_MAX_SCANS - The maximum number of concurrent decision
# support scans
# DS_NONPDQ_QUERY_MEM - The amount of non-PDQ query memory, in KB.
# Acceptable values are 128 to 25% of
# DS_TOTAL_MEMORY.
# DATASKIP - Specifies whether to skip dbspaces when
# processing a query. Acceptable values are:
# - ALL Skip all unavailable fragments
# - ON <dbspace1> <dbspace2>... Skip listed
# dbspaces
# - OFF Do not skip dbspaces (default)
###################################################################

MAX_PDQPRIORITY 2
DS_MAX_QUERIES
DS_TOTAL_MEMORY
DS_MAX_SCANS 1048576
DS_NONPDQ_QUERY_MEM 128
DATASKIP

###################################################################
# Optimizer Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# OPTCOMPIND - Controls how the optimizer determines the best
# query path. Acceptable values are:
# 0 Nested loop joins are preferred
# 1 If isolation level is repeatable read,
# works the same as 0, otherwise works same as 2
# 2 Optimizer decisions are based on cost only
# DIRECTIVES - Specifies whether optimizer directives are
# enabled (1) or disabled (0). Default is 1.
# EXT_DIRECTIVES - Controls the use of external SQL directives.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 Disabled
# 1 Enabled if the IFX_EXTDIRECTIVES environment
# variable is enabled
# 2 Enabled even if the IFX_EXTDIRECTIVES
# environment is not set
# OPT_GOAL - Controls how the optimizer should optimize for
# fastest retrieval. Acceptable values are:
# -1 All rows in a query
# 0 The first rows in a query
# IFX_FOLDVIEW - Enables (1) or disables (0) folding views that
# have multiple tables or a UNION ALL clause.
# Disabled by default.
# AUTO_REPREPARE - Enables (1) or disables (0) automatically
# re-optimizing stored procedures and re-preparing
# prepared statements when tables that are referenced
# by them change. Minimizes the occurrence of the
# -710 error.
####################################################################

OPTCOMPIND 0
DIRECTIVES 1
EXT_DIRECTIVES 0
OPT_GOAL -1
IFX_FOLDVIEW 1
AUTO_REPREPARE 1

###################################################################
# Read-ahead Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
#RA_PAGES - The number of pages, as a positive integer, to
# attempt to read ahead
#RA_THRESHOLD - The number of pages, as a postive integer, left
# before the next read-ahead group
###################################################################

RA_PAGES 64
RA_THRESHOLD 16

###################################################################
# SQL Tracing and EXPLAIN Plan Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# EXPLAIN_STAT - Enables (1) or disables (0) including the Query
# Statistics section in the EXPLAIN output file
# SQLTRACE - Configures SQL tracing. The format is:
# SQLTRACE level=(low|med|high),ntraces=<#>,size=<#>,
# mode=(global|user)
###################################################################

EXPLAIN_STAT 1
#SQLTRACE level=low,ntraces=1000,size=2,mode=global

###################################################################
# Security Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# DBCREATE_PERMISSION - Specifies the users who can create
# databases (by default, any user can).
# Add a DBCREATE_PERMISSION entry
# for each user who needs database
# creation privileges. Ensure user
# informix is authorized when you
# first initialize IDS.
# DB_LIBRARY_PATH - Specifies the locations, separated
# by commas, from which IDS can use
# UDR or UDT shared libraries. If set,
# make sure that all directories containing
# the blade modules are listed, to
# ensure all DataBlade modules will
# work.
# IFX_EXTEND_ROLE - Controls whether administrators
# can use the EXTEND role to specify
# which users can register external
# routines. Acceptable values are:
# 0 Any user can register external
# routines
# 1 Only users granted the ability
# to register external routines
# can do so (Default)
# SECURITY_LOCALCONNECTION - Specifies whether IDS performs
# security checking for local
# connections. Acceptable values are:
# 0 Off
# 1 Validate ID
# 2 Validate ID and port
# UNSECURE_ONSTAT - Controls whether non-DBSA users are
# allowed to run all onstat commands.
# Acceptable values are:
# 1 Enabled
# 0 Disabled (Default)
# ADMIN_USER_MODE_WITH_DBSA - Controls who can connect to IDS
# in administration mode. Acceptable
# values are:
# 1 DBSAs, users specified by
# ADMIN_MODE_USERS, and the user
# informix
# 0 Only the user informix (Default)
# ADMIN_MODE_USERS - Specifies the user names, separated by
# commas, who can connect to IDS in
# administration mode, in addition to
# the user informix
# SSL_KEYSTORE_LABEL - The label, up to 512 characters, of
# the IDS certificate used in Secure
# Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol
# communications.
###################################################################

#DBCREATE_PERMISSION informix
#DB_LIBRARY_PATH
IFX_EXTEND_ROLE 1
SECURITY_LOCALCONNECTION 0
UNSECURE_ONSTAT 1
ADMIN_USER_MODE_WITH_DBSA 0
ADMIN_MODE_USERS
SSL_KEYSTORE_LABEL
###################################################################
# LBAC Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# PLCY_POOLSIZE - The maximum number of entries in each hash
# bucket of the LBAC security information cache
# PLCY_HASHSIZE - The number of hash buckets in the LBAC security
# information cache
# USRC_POOLSIZE - The maximum number of entries in each hash
# bucket of the LBAC credential memory cache
# USRC_HASHSIZE - The number of hash buckets in the LBAC credential
# memory cache
###################################################################

PLCY_POOLSIZE 127
PLCY_HASHSIZE 31
USRC_POOLSIZE 127
USRC_HASHSIZE 31

###################################################################
# Optical Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# STAGEBLOB - The name of the optical blobspace. Must be set to
# use the optical-storage subsystem.
# OPCACHEMAX - Maximum optical cache size, in KB
###################################################################

STAGEBLOB
OPCACHEMAX 0

###################################################################
# High Availability and Enterprise Replication Security
# Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# ENCRYPT_HDR - Enables (1) or disables (0) encryption for HDR.
# ENCRYPT_SMX - Controls the level of encryption for RSS and
# SDS servers. Acceptable values are:
# 0 Do not encrypt (Default)
# 1 Encrypt if possible
# 2 Always encrypt
# ENCRYPT_CDR - Controls the level of encryption for ER.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 Do not encrypt (Default)
# 1 Encrypt if possible
# 2 Always encrypt
# ENCRYPT_CIPHERS - A list of encryption ciphers and modes,
# separated by commas. Default is all.
# ENCRYPT_MAC - Controls the level of message authentication
# code (MAC). Acceptable values are off, high,
# medium, and low. List multiple values separated
# by commas; the highest common level between
# servers is used.
# ENCRYPT_MACFILE - The paths of the MAC key files, separated
# by commas. Use the builtin keyword to specify
# the built-in key. Default is builtin.
# ENCRYPT_SWITCH - Defines the frequencies, in minutes, at which
# ciphers and keys are renegotiated. Format is:
# <cipher_switch_time>,<key_switch_time>
# Default is 60,60.
###################################################################

ENCRYPT_HDR
ENCRYPT_SMX
ENCRYPT_CDR 0
ENCRYPT_CIPHERS
ENCRYPT_MAC
ENCRYPT_MACFILE
ENCRYPT_SWITCH

###################################################################
# Enterprise Replication (ER) Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# CDR_EVALTHREADS - The number of evaluator threads per
# CPU VP and the number of additional
# threads, separated by a comma.
# Acceptable values are: a non-zero value
# followed by a non-negative value
# CDR_DSLOCKWAIT - The number of seconds the Datasync
# waits for database locks.
# CDR_QUEUEMEM - The maximum amount of memory, in KB,
# for the send and receive queues.
# CDR_NIFCOMPRESS - Controls the network interface
# compression level.
# Acceptable values are:
# -1 Never
# 0 None
# 1-9 Compression level
# CDR_SERIAL - Specifies the incremental size and
# the starting value of replicated
# serial columns. The format is:
# <delta>,<offset>
# CDR_DBSPACE - The dbspace name for the syscdr
# database.
# CDR_QHDR_DBSPACE - The name of the transaction record
# dbspace. Default is the root dbspace.
# CDR_QDATA_SBSPACE - The names of sbspaces for spooled
# transaction data, separated by commas.
# CDR_MAX_DYNAMIC_LOGS - The maximum number of dynamic log
# requests that ER can make within one
# server session. Acceptable values are:
# -1 (unlimited), 0 (disabled),
# 1 through n (limit to n requests)
# CDR_SUPPRESS_ATSRISWARN - The Datasync error and warning code
# numbers to be suppressed in ATS and RIS
# files. Acceptable values are: numbers
# or ranges of numbers separated by commas.
# Separate numbers in a range by a hyphen.
###################################################################

CDR_EVALTHREADS 1,2
CDR_DSLOCKWAIT 5
CDR_QUEUEMEM 4096
CDR_NIFCOMPRESS 0
CDR_SERIAL 0
CDR_DBSPACE
CDR_QHDR_DBSPACE
CDR_QDATA_SBSPACE
CDR_MAX_DYNAMIC_LOGS 0
CDR_SUPPRESS_ATSRISWARN

###################################################################
# High Availability Cluster (HDR, SDS, and RSS)
# Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# DRAUTO - Controls automatic failover of primary
# servers. Valid for HDR, SDS, and RSS.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 Manual
# 1 Retain server type
# 2 Reverse server type
# 3 Connection Manager Arbitrator controls
# server type
# DRINTERVAL - The maximum interval, in seconds, between HDR
# buffer flushes. Valid for HDR only.
# DRTIMEOUT - The time, in seconds, before a network
# timeout occurs. Valid for HDR only.
# DRLOSTFOUND - The path of the HDR lost-and-found file.
# Valid of HDR only.
# DRIDXAUTO - Enables (1) or disables (0) automatic index
# repair for an HDR pair. Default is 0.
# HA_ALIAS - The server alias for a high-availability
# cluster. Must be the same as a value of
# DBSERVERNAME or DBSERVERALIASES that uses a
# network-based connection type. Valid for HDR,
# SDS, and RSS.
# LOG_INDEX_BUILDS - Enable (1) or disable (0) index page logging.
# Required for RSS. Optional for HDR and SDS.
# SDS_ENABLE - Enables (1) or disables (0) an SDS server.
# Set this value on an SDS server after setting
# up the primary. Valid for SDS only.
# SDS_TIMEOUT - The time, in seconds, that the primary waits
# for an acknowledgement from an SDS server
# while performing page flushing before marking
# the SDS server as down. Valid for SDS only.
# SDS_TEMPDBS - The temporary dbspace used by an SDS server.
# The format is:
# <dbspace_name>,<path>,<pagesize in KB>,<offset in KB>,
# <size in KB>
# You can include up to 16 entries of SDS_TEMPDBS to
# specify additional dbspaces. Valid for SDS.
# SDS_PAGING - The paths of two buffer paging files,
# Separated by a comma. Valid for SDS only.
# UPDATABLE_SECONDARY - Controls whether secondary servers can accept
# update, insert, and delete operations from clients.
# If enabled, specifies the number of connection
# threads between the secondary and primary servers
# for transmitting updates from the secondary.
# Acceptable values are:
# 0 Secondary server is read-only (default)
# 1 through twice the number of CPU VPs, threads
# for performing updates from the secondary.
# Valid for HDR, SDS, and RSS.
# FAILOVER_CALLBACK - Specifies the path and program name called when a
# secondary server transitions to a standard or
# primary server. Valid for HDR, SDS, and RSS.
# TEMPTAB_NOLOG - Controls the default logging mode for temporary
# tables that are explicitly created with the
# CREATE TEMP TABLE or SELECT INTO TEMP statements.
# Secondary servers must not have logged temporary
# tables. Acceptable values are:
# 0 Create temporary tables with logging enabled by
# default.
# 1 Create temporary tables without logging.
# Required to be set to 1 on HDR, RSS, and SDS
# secondary servers.
# DELAY_APPLY - Specifies a delay factor for RSS
# secondary nodes. The format is ###[DHMS] where
# D stands for days
# H stands for hours
# M stands for minutes
# S stands for seconds (default)
# STOP_APPLY - Halts the apply on an RSS node
# 1 halts the apply
# 0 resumes the apply (default)
# YYYY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss - time at which to stop
# LOG_STAGING_DIR - Specifies a directory in which to stage log files
###################################################################

DRAUTO 0
DRINTERVAL -1
DRTIMEOUT 300
HA_ALIAS
DRLOSTFOUND $INFORMIXDIR/etc/dr.lostfound
DRIDXAUTO 1
LOG_INDEX_BUILDS 1
SDS_ENABLE
SDS_TIMEOUT 20
SDS_TEMPDBS
SDS_PAGING
UPDATABLE_SECONDARY 0
FAILOVER_CALLBACK
TEMPTAB_NOLOG 1
DELAY_APPLY 0
STOP_APPLY 0
LOG_STAGING_DIR

###################################################################
# Logical Recovery Parameters
###################################################################
# ON_RECVRY_THREADS - The number of logical recovery threads that
# run in parallel during a warm restore.
# OFF_RECVRY_THREADS - The number of logical recovery threads used
# in a cold restore. Also, the number of
# threads used during fast recovery.
###################################################################

ON_RECVRY_THREADS 2
OFF_RECVRY_THREADS 10

###################################################################
# Diagnostic Dump Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# DUMPDIR - The location Assertion Failure (AF) diagnostic
# files
# DUMPSHMEM - Controls shared memory dumps. Acceptable values
# are:
# 0 Disabled
# 1 Dump all shared memory
# 2 Exclude the buffer pool from the dump
# DUMPGCORE - Enables (1) or disables (0) whether IDS dumps a
# core using gcore
# DUMPCORE - Enables (1) or disables (0) whether IDS dumps a
# core after an AF
# DUMPCNT - The maximum number of shared memory dumps or
# core files for a single session
###################################################################

DUMPDIR $INFORMIXDIR/tmp
DUMPSHMEM 0
DUMPGCORE 0
DUMPCORE 0
DUMPCNT 1

###################################################################
# Alarm Program Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# ALARMPROGRAM - Specifies the alarm program to display event
# alarms. To enable automatic logical log backup,
# edit alarmprogram.sh and set BACKUPLOGS=Y.
# ALRM_ALL_EVENTS - Controls whether the alarm program runs for
# every event. Acceptable values are:
# 0 Logs only noteworthy events
# 1 Logs all events
# STORAGE_FULL_ALARM - <time interval in seconds>,<alarm severity>
# specifies in what interval:
# - a message will be printed to the online.log file
# - an alarm will be raised
# when
# - a dbspace becomes full
# (ISAM error -131)
# - a partition runs out of pages or extents
# (ISAM error -136)
# time interval = 0 : OFF
# severity = 0 : no alarm, only message
# SYSALARMPROGRAM - Specifies the system alarm program triggered
# when an AF occurs
###################################################################

ALARMPROGRAM $INFORMIXDIR/etc/alarmprogram.sh
ALRM_ALL_EVENTS 0
STORAGE_FULL_ALARM 600,3
SYSALARMPROGRAM $INFORMIXDIR/etc/evidence.sh

###################################################################
# RAS Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# RAS_PLOG_SPEED - Technical Support diagnostic parameter.
# Do not change; automatically updated.
# RAS_LLOG_SPEED - Technical Support diagnostic parameter.
# Do not change; automatically updated.
###################################################################

RAS_PLOG_SPEED 4799
RAS_LLOG_SPEED 0

###################################################################
# Character Processing Configuration Parameter
###################################################################
# EILSEQ_COMPAT_MODE - Controls whether when processing characters,
# IDS checks if the characters are valid for
# the locale and returns error -202 if they are
# not. Acceptable values are:
# 0 Return an error for characters that are not
# valid (Default)
# 1 Allow characters that are not valid
####################################################################

EILSEQ_COMPAT_MODE 0

###################################################################
# Statistic Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# QSTATS - Enables (1) or disables (0) the collection of queue
# statistics that can be viewed with onstat -g qst
# WSTATS - Enables (1) or disables (0) the collection of wait
# statistics that can be viewed with onstat -g wst
####################################################################

QSTATS 0
WSTATS 0
###################################################################
# Java Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# VPCLASS jvp - Configures the Java VP. The format is:
# VPCLASS jvp,num=<#>[,max=<#>][,aff=<#>][,noage]
# JVPJAVAHOME - The JRE root directory
# JVPHOME - The Krakatoa installation directory
# JVPPROPFILE - The Java VP property file
# JVPLOGFILE - The Java VP log file
# This parameter is deprecated and is no longer required
# JDKVERSION - The version of JDK supported by this server
# JVPJAVALIB - The location of the JRE libraries, relative
# to JVPJAVAHOME
# JVPJAVAVM - The JRE libraries to use for the Java VM
# JVPARGS - Configures the Java VM. To display JNI calls,
# use JVPARGS -verbose:jni. Separate options with
# semicolons.
# JVPCLASSPATH - The Java classpath to use. Use krakatoa_g.jar
# for debugging. Comment out the JVPCLASSPATH
# entry you do not want to use.
###################################################################

#VPCLASS jvp,num=1
JVPJAVAHOME $INFORMIXDIR/extend/krakatoa/jre
JVPHOME $INFORMIXDIR/extend/krakatoa
JVPPROPFILE $INFORMIXDIR/extend/krakatoa/.jvpprops
JVPLOGFILE $INFORMIXDIR/jvp.log
#JDKVERSION 1.5
JVPJAVALIB /bin/j9vm
JVPJAVAVM jvm
#JVPARGS -verbose:jni
#JVPCLASSPATH $INFORMIXDIR/extend/krakatoa/krakatoa_g.jar:$INFORMIXDIR/extend/krakatoa/jdbc_g.jar
JVPCLASSPATH $INFORMIXDIR/extend/krakatoa/krakatoa.jar:$INFORMIXDIR/extend/krakatoa/jdbc.jar

###################################################################
# Buffer pool and LRU Configuration Parameters
###################################################################
# BUFFERPOOL - Specifies the default values for buffers and LRU
# queues in each buffer pool. Each page size used
# by a dbspace has a buffer pool and needs a
# BUFFERPOOL entry. The onconfig.std file contains
# two initial entries: a default entry from which
# to base new page size entries on, and an entry
# for the operating system default page size.
# When you add a dbspace with a different page size,
# IDS adds a BUFFERPOOL entry to the onconfig file
# with values that are the same as the default
# BUFFERPOOL entry, except that the default
# keyword is replaced by size=Nk, where N is the
# new page size. With interval checkpoints, these
# values can now be set higher than in previous
# versions of IDS in an OLTP environment.
# AUTO_LRU_TUNING - Enables (1) or disables (0) automatic tuning of
# LRU queues. When this parameter is enabled, IDS
# increases the LRU flushing if it cannot find low
# priority buffers for number page faults.
###################################################################

BUFFERPOOL default,buffers=120000,lrus=8,lru_min_dirty=1.000000,lru_max_dirty=3.000000
BUFFERPOOL size=2K,buffers=200000,lrus=16,lru_min_dirty=1.000000,lru_max_dirty=3.000000
BUFFERPOOL size=4K,buffers=240000,lrus=32,lru_min_dirty=1.000000,lru_max_dirty=3.000000
BUFFERPOOL size=8K,buffers=200000,lrus=8,lru_min_dirty=1.000000,lru_max_dirty=3.000000
AUTO_LRU_TUNING 1
CONVERSION_GUARD 2
RESTORE_POINT_DIR /opt/ids/11.50/FC8/tmp
BATCHEDREAD_TABLE 0
RSS_FLOW_CONTROL 0

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