Use this screen to configure cluster settings.
Use the Cluster tab to configure the cluster name, RAM quota, index settings, and so on.
- Cluster Name
The name that was given during the initial setup, which you can edit in the UI, change with the CLI command or with a call to the REST API:
couchbase-cli setting-cluster -c localhost -u Admin -p Pass --cluster-name="New Cluster Name"
curl -u Admin:Pass -X POST http://localhost:8091/pools/default -d clusterName="New Cluster Name"
The self-signed SSL certificate that is deployed across the cluster on each node. It is provided to set up secure communication in an XDCR environment, all nodes in a cluster have the same certificate. Click to display the certificate. It is also possible to retrieve the certificate using the REST API or save to a file with the CLI command:
couchbase-cli ssl-manage -c localhost -u Admin -p Pass --retrieve-cert=/tmp/cert.file
You can re-generate he SSL certificate by clicking on Regenerate, trigger a new SSL certificate with the REST API or generate a new certificate and save it to a file with the CLI command:
curl -u Admin:Pass -X POST http://localhost:8091/controller/regenerateCertificate
couchbase-cli ssl-manage -c localhost -u Admin -p Pass --regenerate-cert=/tmp/cert.file
|SSL Encryption is only available in the Enterprise Edition of Couchbase Server.|
- RAM Available
The per-node RAM that is available to Couchbase services limited to the smallest node in the cluster.
- Data RAM Quota
Per node memory allocation for the key-value cache used by the data service. At a minimum, it cannot be made smaller than the sum per node bucket quota of all buckets combined. This value can be adjusted in the UI, with the CLI or with the REST API.
couchbase-cli setting-cluster -c localhost -u Admin -p Pass --cluster-ramsize=600
curl -u Admin:Pass -X POST http://localhost:8091/pools/default -d memoryQuota=600
- Index RAM Quota
This setting controls the buffer cache size of the index storage layer. The specified memory is pre-allocated as soon as the indexer starts up, and is shared with all indexes created on the node. The total memory usage of the indexer process will be the buffer cache plus the size of various internal data structures and queues. You can adjust the per-node memory in the UI, with the CLI command or with the REST API.
couchbase-cli setting-cluster -c localhost -u Admin -p Pass --cluster-index-ramsize=300
curl -u Admin:Pass -X POST http://localhost:8091/pools/default -d indexMemoryQuota=300
- Indexer Threads
The number of dedicated threads used by the Index Service. The number can be increased on multi-core machines to increase the amount of CPU available to the Indexer. The default is 4 and you can adjust it in the UI or with the REST API.
curl -X POST -u Admin:Pass http://localhost:8091/settings/indexes -d indexerThreads=3
- Max Rollback Points
Maximum number of the committed rollback points. The default is 5 and you can adjust it in the UI or with the REST API.
curl -X POST -u Admin:Pass http://localhost:8091/settings/indexes -d maxRollbackPoints=6
- Indexer Log Level
Adjust the logging level from least to most verbose, the options are
Trace, with the default being
Debug. It is advised to leave this setting as the default unless Couchbase Support directs you to change it.