The table below lists and explains names and meanings of the SAP parameters. These values are tuned by editing the /etc/default/LifeKeeper configuration file.
|Parameter Name||Meaning||Setting Value||Default Value||When to Apply||Notes|
|SAP_DB_CHECK_IGNORE|| While attempting to start a protected SAP instance, the SAP Recovery Kit checks the status of the associated database (whose information is obtained from the SAPDBHOST/dbtype/dbname/dbhost SAP profile parameters) using an saphostctrl GetDatabaseStatus call.
This parameter may be set to 1 to disable the database status check.
| 0:Perform database check
||0||As required (takes effect immediately)||Set this parameter value to 1 if either the database is not protected by SIOS LifeKeeper or if the database check performed by the SAP Recovery Kit is failing unexpectedly.|
|SAP_CONFIG_REFRESH||Refresh time in seconds of the Configuration properties page.||Integers||LKCHECKINTERVAL/2||As required (takes effect immediately)||If the value is less than 5 seconds, it will be set to the default.|
|SAP_CREATE_NAS||Automatically includes a NAS resource for NAS mounted file systems.||
|1||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|SAP_NFS_CHECK_DIRS||Comma-separated list of NFS mount points to check||String||empty||As required when using NFS shared filesystems||Do not use for Amazon EFS mount points|
|SAP_QUICKCHECK_TIMEOUT||Timeout in seconds for the quickCheck process.||Integers||60 seconds||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|SAP_RESTORE_TIMEOUT||Timeout in seconds for the restore process.||Integers||516 seconds||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|SAP_REMOVE_TIMEOUT||Timeout in seconds for the remove process.||Integers||804 seconds||As required (takes effect immediately)|
|SAP_RECOVER_TIMEOUT||Timeout in seconds for the recover process.||Integers||1320 seconds||As required (takes effect immediately)||If the value is less than the default, it will be set to the default.|
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