The table below lists and explains the tunable values that are available for modifying the behavior of the Route53 Recovery Kit. These values are set by adding the /etc/default/LifeKeeper configuration file. Because none of the components of the Route53 Recovery Kit are memory resident, changes to these particular values become effective immediately after they are changed in /etc/default/LifeKeeperwithout requiring a restart of LifeKeeper or the OS.

Parameter Name
Meaning
Setting Value
Default Value
When to Apply
Notes
ROUTE53_TTL The default setting value for TTL (Time To Live) of the A record created for the Route53 resource, in seconds. Integers 10 After switchover
ROUTE53_CHANGEID_INTERVAL The interval of Route 53 API communications when checking the status, in seconds. Integers 20 As required (takes effect immediately)
ROUTE53_CHANGEID_TRY_COUNT The number of trials of Route 53 API communications when checking the status. Integers 5 As required (takes effect immediately)
AWSCLI_CONNECT_TIMEOUT The connection timeout value in seconds used when running “AWS” commands. It is specified via —cli-connect-timeout argument. Integers 10 As required (takes effect immediately) This is the same parameter as used in EC2.
AWSCLI_READ_TIMEOUT The read timeout value in seconds used when running “AWS” commands. It is specified via --cli-read-timeout argument. Integers 5 As required (takes effect immediately) This is the same parameter as used in EC2.
HTTP_PROXY
HTTPS_PROXY
NO_PROXY
Set these parameters when using HTTP proxy for accessing the service endpoint.The value set here is passed to AWS CLI.
Please refer to AWS Documentation for details.
https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-http-proxy.html
String (not set) As required (takes effect immediately) This is the same parameter as used in EC2 and Quorum.

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