Configuration

Recommended production settings

Recommended settings for Linux platforms on DataStax Enterprise.

YAML and configuration properties

Information on how to configure DataStax Enterprise using the cassandra.yaml, dse.yaml, cassandra-rackdc.properties, and cassandra-topology.properties files.

Configuring snitches for cloud providers

Set up Ec2Snitch, Ec2MultiRegionSnitch, GoogleCloudSnitch, or CloudstackSnitch.

Setting system properties during startup

Modify DataStax Enterprise system properties from the startup command line or file.

Choosing a compaction strategy

How to choose the best compaction strategy.

NodeSync service

Continuous background repair that virtually eliminates manual efforts to run repair operations in a DataStax cluster.

Using multiple network interfaces

Steps for configuring DataStax Enterprise for multiple network interfaces or when using different regions in cloud implementations.

Configuring gossip settings

Using the cassandra.yaml file to configure gossip.

Configuring the heap dump directory

Analyzing the heap dump file can help troubleshoot memory problems.

Configuring Virtual Nodes

Topics about setting up and enabling virtual nodes (vnodes).

Logging configuration

Topics about changing logging locations, setting logging levels, archiving logs, and CDC logging.

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