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prescan-config

Configure support for large files of up to 10GB in VM. Large file support is only available for VMs although this command is available on all platforms. Large files are usually archive files that contain many files.

In a cluster environment, use this command only in the primary node and the setting is synchronized to other nodes.

Syntax

prescan-config [-h|-l|-c|-n|-b|-u]

Option

Description

-h

Help information.

-l

Show prescan settings.

-c

Set maximum number of child files to extract from archive file (default = 1000).

This maximum number is applied to the overall unpacking process of the top level archive file. The maximum depends on model.

-n

Set regular file (<=512MB) unpack timeout in seconds (default = 15).

The timeout value is applied to each individual file. For a regular file, there is an overall hardcoded timeout of the number of files multiplied by 10 seconds. If timeout occurs when unpacking a file, it is put in the non-VM queue.

-b

Set big file (>512MB) unpack timeout in seconds (default = 600).

The timeout value is applied to each individual file. For a big file, there is an overall hardcoded timeout of 3600 seconds. If timeout occurs when unpacking a file, it is put in the non-VM queue.

-u

Unset all prescan settings, that is, set to default.

prescan-config

Configure support for large files of up to 10GB in VM. Large file support is only available for VMs although this command is available on all platforms. Large files are usually archive files that contain many files.

In a cluster environment, use this command only in the primary node and the setting is synchronized to other nodes.

Syntax

prescan-config [-h|-l|-c|-n|-b|-u]

Option

Description

-h

Help information.

-l

Show prescan settings.

-c

Set maximum number of child files to extract from archive file (default = 1000).

This maximum number is applied to the overall unpacking process of the top level archive file. The maximum depends on model.

-n

Set regular file (<=512MB) unpack timeout in seconds (default = 15).

The timeout value is applied to each individual file. For a regular file, there is an overall hardcoded timeout of the number of files multiplied by 10 seconds. If timeout occurs when unpacking a file, it is put in the non-VM queue.

-b

Set big file (>512MB) unpack timeout in seconds (default = 600).

The timeout value is applied to each individual file. For a big file, there is an overall hardcoded timeout of 3600 seconds. If timeout occurs when unpacking a file, it is put in the non-VM queue.

-u

Unset all prescan settings, that is, set to default.