16.20 - Sample Properties File (JSON) - Data Stream Utility

Teradata® DSA - DSU Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guide

prodname
BAR
Data Stream Architecture
Data Stream Utility
vrm_release
16.20
created_date
September 2019
category
Configuration
Installation
featnum
B035-3153-127K

A sample properties file is provided in .json format. A commented version of it is described below.

dsu.IT.properties.json

{
"ESXiHost": "cs3097-03.labs.teradata.com", # required - ESXi host that will run
                                           # this VM instance
"Datastore": "cs3097-03.datastore",        # required - ESXi datastore where this
                                           # VM instance will reside
"vmName": "cobra10",                       # required - VM name which is also used
                                           # in the /etc/hosts file, DNS entry is
                                           # recommended
"Template": "Teradata_DSC_15.11.00_SLES11_SP3_on_VMware_20160302153257.cp7",
                                           # required - template used to create
                                           # this VM instance can be in vCenter or
                                           # path to local folder.
"domain": "labs.teradata.com",             # required - domain of the system
                                           # being deployed, this will be placed
                                           # into the /etc/hosts files
"public_vswitch": "VM Network",            # required - public LAN label within
                                           # the ESXi host
"public_ip": "10.25.23.170",               # required - currently only static IP
                                           # addresses
                                           # are supported
"public_submask": "255.255.254.0",         # required
"public_gateway": "10.25.23.254",          # required
# Note: If you would like to configure DSU to perform Teradata Database backup
# or restore through the public network, we recommend that the public IP address
# of the DSU VM resides in the same subnet with Teradata Database public IP
# addresses.
"dsu_vswitch": "dsu_vswitch",              # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to configure DSU on a private LAN
"dsu_ip": "39.42.23.170",                  # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to configure DSU on a private LAN
"dsu_submask": "255.255.254.0",            # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to configure DSU on a private LAN
"cmic_vswitch1": "cmic_vswitch1",          # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to connect DSU to your on-prem CMIC
                                           # server using the SM3G LAN
"cmic_vswitch2": "cmic_vswitch2",          # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to connect DSU to your on-prem CMIC
                                           # server using the SM3G LAN
"cmic_primary_ip": "39.80.23.170",         # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to connect DSU to your on-prem CMIC
                                           # server using the SM3G LAN
"cmic_secondary_ip": "39.96.23.170",       # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to connect DSU to your on-prem CMIC
                                           # server using the SM3G LAN
"cmic_submask": "255.255.254.0",           # optional - only input this if you would
                                           # like to connect DSU to your on-prem CMIC
                                           # server using the SM3G LAN
"dns1": "153.64.251.200",                  # required
"dns2": "153.65.8.10",                     # optional
"ntp1": "time00.teradata.com",             # required
"ntp2": "time01.teradata.com",             # optional
"viewpoint_ip": "10.25.23.173",            # viewpoint public ip
"OSTimeZone": "US/Eastern",                # optional - use the included
                                           # LinuxTimeZoneStrings.txt file to
                                           # find the requested time zone string
}