Cloudera Cybersecurity Platform (CCP) configuration information is stored in Apache ZooKeeper as a series of JSON files.
You can populate your ZooKeeper configurations from multiple locations:
Because Ambari explicitly manages some of these configuration properties, if you change a property explicitly managed by Ambari from a mechanism outside of Ambari, such as the Management UI, Ambari is aware of this change and overwrites it whenever the Metron topology is restarted. Therefore, you should modify Ambari-managed properties only in Ambari.
For example, the
es.ip property is managed explicitly by Ambari. If you
es.ip and change the global.json file outside
Ambari, you will not see this change in Ambari. Meanwhile, the indexing topology would be
using the new value stored in ZooKeeper. You will not receive any errors notifying you of the
discrepancy between ZooKeeper and Ambari. However, when you restart the Metron topology
component via Ambari, the
es.ip property would be set back to the value
stored in Ambari.
Following are the Ambari-managed properties:
|Global Configuration Property Name||Ambari Name|