Cluster configuration

This page allows you to view and change your cluster configuration.

Static options

These are options which cannot be changed while the system is running.
They are:
- The External interface
- The External IP
- The Internal interface
- The Internal IP
- The Internal broadcast address
- The Internal netmask

Dynamic options

These are options which can be changed while the system is running and will have an immediate effect.
- Internal node start: The address of the first node that is added.
- Cluster name: The name of the cluster. This should not be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
- Cluster domain: The domain name of the cluster on the internal network. All nodes have .. The management node has ..
- External mailserver: This is the SMTP server for the e-mail address of the cluster.
- Mailserver TLS: Whether the SMTP server uses TLS.
- Email address: The e-mail address the cluster will use to send notifications to the users. Any e-mail that supports SMTP can be used.
- Email username: The username for the SMTP authentification.
- Email password: The password for the SMTP authentification, shown decrypted.
- Timezone: Timezone to be used for newly installed node.
- Locale: Locale to be used for newly installed node.
- Keyboard: Keyboard to be used for newly installed node.
- External timeserver: External timeserver to be used for newly installed node.
- Cache timeout: The time in seconds after which a package in the cache will be considered obsolete and deleted.
- Session timeout: The inactivity time in seconds after which you will be automatically logged out of the control panel.
- Boot options: Additional boot options to be used when booting the nodes for the installation. Choose this depending on the needs of your nodes hardware.

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Current version: 1.0beta1
 

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