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From "Swapnil Bawaskar (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (GEODE-3110) provide ability to alter disk usage critical percentage from gfsh
Date Wed, 21 Jun 2017 18:56:00 GMT
Swapnil Bawaskar created GEODE-3110:
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             Summary: provide ability to alter disk usage critical percentage from gfsh
                 Key: GEODE-3110
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GEODE-3110
             Project: Geode
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: gfsh, persistence
            Reporter: Swapnil Bawaskar


Once a disk store is created:
{noformat}
gfsh>create disk-store --name=foo --dir=bar
Member | Result
------ | -------
serv1  | Success
{noformat}
there is no way to alter the disk store to change the value of disk usage warning/critical
percentage.

Also, if I run the create disk-store command again, this time with disk usage set:
{noformat}
gfsh>create disk-store --name=foo --dir=bar --disk-usage-critical-percentage=95.0
Member | Result
------ | -------
serv1  | Success
{noformat}
the command succeeds, but the settings do not take effect.
{noformat}
gfsh>describe disk-store --name=foo --member=serv1
Disk Store ID                      : 166dff94-3e2e-4247-b680-60dc46ed7659
Disk Store Name                    : foo
Member ID                          : 192.168.1.181(serv1:40390)<v1>:1025
Member Name                        : serv1
Allow Force Compaction             : No
Auto Compaction                    : Yes
Compaction Threshold               : 50
Max Oplog Size                     : 1024
Queue Size                         : 0
Time Interval                      : 1000
Write Buffer Size                  : 32768
Disk Usage Warning Percentage      : 90
Disk Usage Critical Percentage     : 99
PDX Serialization Meta-Data Stored : No
{noformat}



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