15.10 - Editing the Teradata Parallel Transporter Configuration File - Teradata Tools and Utilities

Teradata Tools and Utilities for Apple OS X Installation Guide

Teradata Tools and Utilities
August 2016
If you installed Teradata Parallel Transporter Base, you can modify the local configuration file (twbcfg.ini) to specify the paths to the following directories (folders):
  • checkpoint directory: Contains the checkpoint files for Teradata Parallel Transporter jobs. Teradata Parallel Transporter uses checkpoint files to store temporary information needed to restart a job that does not complete successfully.
  • log directory: Contains the binary logs for Teradata Parallel Transporter jobs. Each Teradata Parallel Transporter job writes a log in the log directory.
  1. Clear the read-only attribute for the configuration file.By default, an installation of Teradata Parallel Transporter sets this file to read-only.
    The configuration file is located in the following folder:
    • %PROGRAMFILES%\Teradata\Client\version\Teradata Parallel Transporter\
    • /Library/Application Support/Teradata/client/version/tbuild/

    where version is the short version (for example, 15.10).

  2. Specify the path to the checkpoint directory in the configuration file.
    CheckpointDirectory='/Library/Application Support/teradata/client/version/tbuild/checkpoint'
    • 32-bit
      CheckpointDirectory= 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Teradata\Client\version\Teradata Parallel Transporter\checkpoint'
    • 64-bit
      CheckpointDirectory= 'C:\Program Files\Teradata\Client\version\Teradata Parallel Transporter\checkpoint'
  3. Specify the path to the log directory in the configuration file.
    LogDirectory='/Library/Application Support/teradata/client/version/tbuild/logs'
    • 32-bit
      LogDirectory='C:\Program Files (x86)\Teradata\Client\version\Teradata Parallel Transporter\logs'
    • 64-bit
      LogDirectory='C:\Program Files\Teradata\Client\version\Teradata Parallel Transporter\logs'
    You do not need to reboot after you edit the configuration file.