3.01.01 - Additional Properties for Customization - Teradata Database on VMware

Teradata Database on VMware Base, Advanced, Enterprise Tiers Getting Started Guide

prodname
Teradata Database on VMware
vrm_release
Deployer 3.01.01
created_date
January 2018
category
Configuration
Installation
featnum
B035-5958-127K
Additional properties can be added to the bottom of the common.IT.properties.json and node.IT.properties.json files for troubleshooting purposes.
This information is intended for advanced users only. Use these properties only when necessary or when instructed by Teradata as performance may be impacted.
common.IT.properties.json
Property Name Setting Description
cmic_submask Subnet mask address When deploying a Server Management vNode, the subnet mask for the Server Management network is automatically calculated. If there are issues with the automatic calculation, you can override the calculated subnet mask by setting this property. For example: 255.255.254.0. For assistance, contact your network administrator.
EsxiMemReservedMB Integer Changes the percentage of memory in MB reserved on the ESXi host. The ESXi host requires some memory for the ESXi Hypervisor. Different systems will have different requirements. The default is 0.05 of the total memory, rounded down to a multiple of 4.
EsxiCPUreserved 0.00 - 1.00 Changes the percentage of CPU reserved on the ESXi host. The ESXi host requires some CPU power for the ESXi Hypervisor. Different systems have different requirements. The default is 0.12.
MemoryMBPerTPA Integer Changes the amount of memory in MB assigned to each Teradata Database (TPA) VM. This does not affect the other node types.
NoLockdown
  • TRUE
  • FALSE
Teradata recommends keeping this setting as FALSE which is the default setting.

When set to TRUE, the VMs do not allow security changes to be performed and also disables the root account when using SSH.

Setting this property to TRUE presents a high security risk. Use with caution.