The table below lists and explains names and meanings of the SAP MaxDB Recovery Kit parameters. These values are tuned by editing the /etc/default/LifeKeeper configuration file.
|Parameter Name||Meaning||Setting Value||Default Value||When to Apply||Notes|
|MAXDB_START_TIMEOUT||Number of seconds to wait before aborting an in-service action that is hung.||Integers||300||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|MAXDB_PID_CLEANUP||Specifies whether child processes of a hung in-service action will be cleaned up (killed).|| y: clean up
n: no cleanup
|n||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|MAXDB_STOP_COUNT||Number of times LifeKeeper will attempt to offline the database.||Integers||5||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|MAXDB_WAIT||Number of seconds to wait between database offline attempts.||Integers||5||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|MAXDB_DEBUG||Enables or disables debug logging.|| 0: disabled
|0||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|MAXDB_OFFLINE_ENABLED||Specifies whether the database will be taken offline when the LifeKeeper MaxDB resource is taken out of service.|| 0: do not offline
1: do offline
|1||Use with caution, if you need to temporarily stop LifeKeeper (e.g., to upgrade or perform maintenance) while not stopping the database.||Please ensure you re-enable database offlines after maintenance is complete.|
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