16.10 - Adding a DSC Server - Data Stream Utility

Data Stream Utility Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guide for Customers

prodname
Data Stream Architecture
Data Stream Utility
vrm_release
16.10
created_date
August 2017
category
Configuration
Installation
featnum
B035-3153-087K
Use these instructions to enable or add an additional DSC. If you have a DSC and are upgrading or adding another DSC, use this procedure before upgrading.
  1. Open the BAR Setup portlet.
  2. Click next to DSC Servers.
  3. Under General System Details, enter the broker information:
    Option Description
    Broker IP/Host Broker IP address or hostname of the machine running the ActiveMQ broker.
    Broker Port Port number for the server where the JMS broker is listening:
    • 61616 for TCP (Default)
    • 61617 for SSL
    Broker Connectivity Type of ActiveMQ connection:
    • TCP (Default)
    • SSL
  4. Select Enable DSC server.
  5. Select the DSC Server.
    1. Click Discover Servers.
    2. Select the DSC Server Name from the drop-down.
  6. Enter the Server Settings and BAR Logging settings:
    Option Description
    DSC Repository Warning Thresholds Maximum amount of data to store in your DSC repository. A repository size below 85% of the threshold is normal for BAR operations. After 85% of the size threshold is met, warning messages are generated. After 95% of the size threshold is met, all BAR jobs that create more data on the repository receive an error message and do not run. At that point, the repository database perm space needs to be increased or jobs have to be deleted in order to continue using DSA.
    After increasing perm space, restart the DSC service so that the change takes effect immediately.
    Security Management Require Teradata Viewpoint authentication on the DSA command-line interface. If checked, a user submitting certain commands from the command-line interface must enter a valid Teradata Viewpoint user name and password.
    BAR Logging Level of BAR log information to display for the Data Stream Controller and the BAR Network Client. Extensive logging information is typically only useful for support personnel when gathering information about a reported problem.
    Error
    Default. Enables minimal logging. Provides only error messages.
    Warning
    Adds warning messages to error message logging.
    Info
    Adds informational messages to warning and error message logging.
    Debug
    Full logging. All messages, including debug, are sent to the job log.
    This setting can affect performance.
    Delete Retired Jobs determines the time period before retired jobs are deleted.
    After
    Enter the number of days before retired jobs are automatically deleted.
    Never
    Retired jobs are never deleted.
  7. Click Apply.