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By default, on Squirro in a Box also ships with a Puppet configuration, which automates the management of those configuration files .
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are managed by Puppet. Puppet is a configuration management
Squirro's Puppet recipe is driven by one file:
/etc/squirro.yaml. The available configuration settings are described on the separate page squirro.yaml.
squirro.yaml file is modified, Puppet should be executed to apply the new configuration. Puppet is executed by running the following command as root:
[root@localhost ~]# puppetrun
Puppet is run every 60 minutes and upon reboot. When changing a Squirro config file directly, it might be under puppet control and thus any changes are reverted again with the next Puppet run.
If you choose not to use Puppet, puppet can be disabled with the following command:
Each service has its own configuration file
/etc/squirro/<servicename>.ini. Additionally there is a common configuration file which applies to all services at
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For configuration of Elasticsearch, please refer to its documentation: Elasticsearch Configurationsolution. Please refer to Puppet and squirro.yaml for information about how to change configuration in that case.