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SAP HANA solution deployment. Global.ini file example.

Publication Date:  2017-12-16 Views:  51 Downloads:  0
Issue Description

This article contains only some sections of global.ini file contents which are need to be edited before SAP HANA deployment. The lines that should be editied are marked with red color. The complete example of global.ini file is attached to this article.  

Global.ini is used in SAP HANA cluster deployment scenarious. After editing the global.ini file it should be placed to /hana/shared directory before the cluster deployment started.

Solution

###############################################################################

# Persistence configuration

###############################################################################


# .short_desc

# Configuration of persistence

# .full_desc

# This section contains various parameters which are related to configuration

# of data and log location as well as data and log backup.

[persistence]


# .short_desc

# Base path for data volumes

# .full_desc

# All data volumes will be stored under this path.

# .type path

# .change offline

# basepath_datavolumes=$(DIR_GLOBAL)/hdb/data

basepath_datavolumes=/hana/data/PBX/

# .short_desc

# Base path for log volumes

# .full_desc

# All log volumes will be stored under this path.

#

# \see \ref logger

# .type path

# .change offline

basepath_logvolumes=/hana/log/PBX/


###############################################################################

# Storage HA configuration

###############################################################################

# . short_desc

# storage HA configuration

[storage]

# .short_desc

# name of python HA provider script

ha_provider = hdb_ha.fcClient

# ha_provider_path = /hS00/shared/


# these parameters name the WWIDs of the devices for each partition/usage_type combination

# if you have more nodes, add your LUNs here.

# for proper usage, replace the '...' with specified WWID in your system.

partition_*_*__prType = 5

partition_1_data__wwid = data_001

partition_1_log__wwid = log_001

partition_2_data__wwid = data_002

partition_2_log__wwid = log_002


partition_*_data__mountoptions =  -o noatime,nodiratime

partition_*_log__mountoptions =  -o noatime,nodiratime


###############################################################################

# Communication

###############################################################################


# .short_desc

# Configuration of communication settings

# .full_desc

# This section contains parameters which are related to configuration

# of various communication settings

[communication]


# .short_desc

# the network interface the processes shall listen on

# .full_desc

#

# Possible values are:

#  - .all: all interfaces like INADDR_ANY

#  - .global: all interfaces

#  - .internal: all interfaces that are listed in [internal_hostname_resolution] or local

#  - .local: only local interfaces (e. g. 127.0.0.1)

#  - a list of netmask specification in CIDR notation (e. g. 192.168.100.0/24)

# default is .global

listeninterface = .global

# .short_desc

# specifies the resolution of hostnames to addresses

# .full_desc

# This section mimics the behaviour of /etc/hosts. IP addresses might be assigned to

# a list of hostname aliases. If an interface address is found in this list it is

# considered internal.

# The format should be ipaddress = hostname[,alias].

# e. g. 192.168.100.1 = hS00host01, hS00host01.example.com

[internal_hostname_resolution]

192.168.2.13 = Pbx-db 

192.168.2.23 = Pbx-db1

192.168.2.33 = Pbx-stb

END