Chapter 6. Configuring the Trove Instances

So far, we have successfully installed Trove, created images for the templates, and also spun up instances by using the CLI and the GUI. In this chapter, we will understand the following things about Trove:

  • How the default configuration of the instance is determined
  • How to make modifications to the configuration of a single or a group of instances using configuration groups in Trove
  • How to resize the Trove instances

Default datastore and version configuration

Each database engine, be it MySQL, MongoDB, Percona, and so on, has a default configuration file that the database engine looks for, when starting the service on the guest instance.

The Trove system sends this configuration file using the guest agent (we ...

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