The table below lists the EC2 parameters. These values are set by adding them to the /etc/default/LifeKeeper configuration file. Because none of the components of the Recovery Kit for EC2 are memory resident, changes to these particular values become effective immediately after they are changed in /etc/default/LifeKeeper without requiring a LifeKeeper restart.

Parameter Name Meaning Setting Value Default Value When to Apply Notes
EC2_RESTORE_TIMEOUT Timeout for the resource restore, in seconds. Integers 300 As required (takes effect immediately)
EC2_REMOVE_TIMEOUT Timeout for the resource remove, in seconds. Integers 300 As required (takes effect immediately)
EC2_RECOVER_TIMEOUT Timeout for the local recovery, in seconds. Integers 300 As required (takes effect immediately)
EC2_QUICKCHECK_TIMEOUT Timeout for the quickCheck, in seconds. Integers 100 As required (takes effect immediately)
EC2_AWS_REGION Specifies the region where EC2 resources reside. String (not set) As required (takes effect immediately)
IP_NOLINKCHECK Disables the link check for the protected network interface.
0: enabled

1: disabled
0 As required (takes effect immediately) This value only applies when protecting an Elastic IP.
IP_WAIT_LINKDOWN Number of seconds to wait in between taking the protected network interface down and back up. A delay between these two actions is necessary in some environments. Integers 5 As required (takes effect immediately) This value only applies when protecting an Elastic IP.
IP_MAX_LINKCHK The maximum number of seconds to wait for the link to come back up after it has been repaired. In some environments, it may be necessary to increase this value. Integers 5 As required (takes effect immediately) This value only applies when protecting an Elastic IP.
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 Route53.
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 Route53.
HTTP_PROXY

HTTPS_PROXY

NO_PROXY

Set these parameters when using a 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 Route53 and Quorum.

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