Defining the PATROL cluster-specific environment variables

This section explains how to define the PATROL cluster-specific environment variables on each node. This action ensures that all the agents in a cluster read their configuration information and write their history information to the same set of files.

Perform the following task on each node in the cluster and reboot each node. Rebooting enables each system to read the new variables and store them in memory.

  1. From the Windows Taskbar, select Start > Settings > Control Panel.
  2. Double-click the System icon, and select the Environment tab.
  3. Enter the following variable names and values (replace port with the specific port number) in the appropriate fields:

    PATROL_VIRTUALNAME_port=virtualServerName
    PATROL_HISTORY_port=Drive:\historyDirectory
    PATROL_CONFIG_port=Drive:\configDirectory
  4. Click Set.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the remaining variables.

For more information about specific variables, see PATROL cluster-specific environment variables for history and configuration.

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