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Synchrony properties for aws region or ec2 endpoint

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I'm configuring synchrony for confluence datacenter in the aws govcloud region, and I'm wondering how to set the region name or ec2 endpoint like it's done when installing confluence.

 

I'm referring to this section:

# # Uncomment this section if you want to do node discovery in AWS
ATL_HAZELCAST_NETWORK_AWS_TAG_KEY="<AWS_TAG_KEY"
ATL_HAZELCAST_NETWORK_AWS_TAG_VALUE="<AWS_TAG_VALUE>"
CLUSTER_JOIN_PROPERTIES="\
-Dcluster.join.type=aws \
-Dcluster.join.aws.tag.key=${ATL_HAZELCAST_NETWORK_AWS_TAG_KEY} \
-Dcluster.join.aws.tag.value=${ATL_HAZELCAST_NETWORK_AWS_TAG_VALUE}"

 

I'm looking for something to the effect of "-Dcluster.join.aws.region" or "-Dcluster.join.aws.headers"
alternatively, if someone could point to a git repo of synchrony.core I could dig through the code and find it.

1 comment

edwin Rising Star May 16, 2018

Hi Isaac,

Those properties can be added under OPTIONAL_OVERRIDES in start-synchrony.sh.

Configuring Synchrony for Data Center

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