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Changing a prconfig setting value for a subset of nodes

Suggest edit Updated on May 11, 2022

In on-premises environments, you can change the prconfig.xml setting value to enable the settings for selected nodes. For example, you might want to disable the background processing on some nodes but enable background processing on other nodes.

  1. Create a classification. Classifications are defined in the nodeclassification setting in the prconfig.xml file. For example, <env name="initialization/nodeclassification" value="Agents"/>.
  2. Set the nodeclassification value in the Data-Admin-System-Settings (DASS) as a suffix. After you do this the setting value is applicable for only those nodes that start with that node classification.
Result: Note: Dynamic system settings that reference a classification in their Setting Purpose string, for example prconfig/agent/enable/Agents, are applied only to nodes that include this classification.
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