This article provides an overview of the properties displayed under the properties tab for clusters.
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Amount of processing units.
Your private VPC connection.
Add the following host/IP mappings to the hosts file.
Write Logs to Upsolver
Whether or not to write logs to Upsolver's S3 environment.
Additional Processing Units for Replay
Amount of processing units for replay tasks that run on a separate cluster up to this size, billed separately.
If active, it is recommended for this cluster to be at least as big as the maximum size of the cluster.
The workspaces attached to this cluster.
Assign custom metadata to your cluster using tags consisting of a key and a value, both of which you define. This is a convenient way to categorize your AWS resources in different ways (e.g. by purpose, owner, or environment). For example, you could define a set of tags for your account's clusters that helps you track each cluster's owner or identify a production cluster versus a testing cluster. It is recommended that you create a consistent set of tags to meet your organization requirements.
Your AWS region.
Whether or not Elastic IP is enabled.
If enabled, Elastic IPs will be created for these servers.
The server instances will use these Elastic IPs, allowing you to open access for your servers in external resources.
Max Elastic IPs Num
Maximum number of available IPs. Leave empty for no limit.
Server compute units; how many compute units one server will use.
Choosing a server with "high memory" indicates a server type that has less CPU units but more RAM.
Extra Security Groups
Security groups that can be added in addition to the default security groups created by Upsolver.
Allow Maintenance Access
Whether or not Upsolver is allowed to access your instances over SSH for maintenance purposes.
Expose Private IPs
Whether or not to expose the cluster with its private IP in the DNS record.
DNS alias for private IPs. This is an alternative option to Elastic IPs.