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From rdowner <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] brooklyn-docs pull request #79: Ops guides updates for monitoring and disk s...
Date Tue, 21 Jun 2016 11:15:57 GMT
Github user rdowner commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/brooklyn-docs/pull/79#discussion_r67849723
  
    --- Diff: guide/ops/requirements.md ---
    @@ -19,6 +19,43 @@ at least 8GB RAM and 100GB disk. The disk is just for logs, a small
amount of pe
     any binaries for custom blueprints/integrations.
     
     
    +### Disk Space
    +
    +There are three main consumers of disk space:
    +
    +* **Static files**: these are the Apache Brooklyn files themselves, plus
    +  binaries for custom blueprints and integrations added to the `lib` directory.
    +* **Persisted state**: when using [Persistence](persistence/index.html) -- which
    +  is a prerequisite for [High Availability](high-availability.html) -- Brooklyn
    +  will save data to a store location. Items in the persisted state include
    +  metadata about the Brooklyn servers, catalog items, and metadata about all
    +  running applications and entities.
    +* **Log files**: Brooklyn writes detailed log files by default to its own
    +  installation directory. This can be reconfigured to change the destination
    +  files, and increase or decrease the detail of the logs. See the
    +  [Logging](logging.html) page for more details.
    +
    +
    +The Apache Brooklyn distribution itself, when unpacked, consumes approximately
    +75MB of disk space. The space consumed by additional binaries for custom
    +blueprints and integrations is application-specific.
    +
    +Persisted state, excluding catalog data, is relatively small, starting at
    +approximately 300KB for a clean, idle Brooklyn server. Deploying blueprints will
    +add to this - how much depends exactly on the entities involved and is therefore
    +application specific, but as a guideline, a 3-node Riak cluster adds
    +approximately 500KB to the persistence store.
    +
    +Log data can be a large consumer of disk space. By default Brooklyn generates
    +two logfiles, one which logs notable information only, and another which logs at
    --- End diff --
    
    @aledsage I've checked the master source code - I can see config files for the jclouds
logging, but the only reference that includes the jclouds log config is commented out. Are
you sure this is enabled by default?


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