Is discovery.zen.minimum_master_nodes a valid setting on EC2


(George Stathis) #1

Just double checking:

Is discovery.zen.minimum_master_nodes still valid when using the EC2
discovery plug-in or does the syntax change to something
like discovery.ec2.minimum_master_nodes ? It looks like it's the former to
me and I'm about to test it myself but I just wanted to do a sanity check.

-GS

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(George Stathis) #2

Answering my own question: yes, discovery.zen.minimum_master_nodes works
with the AWS plugin, not just the default Zen Discovery mode. I guess the
AWS plug-in just builds on top of Zen? Anyways, it works.

On Thursday, October 18, 2012 12:35:46 PM UTC-4, George Stathis wrote:

Just double checking:

Is discovery.zen.minimum_master_nodes still valid when using the EC2
discovery plug-in or does the syntax change to something
like discovery.ec2.minimum_master_nodes ? It looks like it's the former to
me and I'm about to test it myself but I just wanted to do a sanity check.

-GS

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(Shay Banon) #3

Yes, it does, and yes its built on top of zen. (Just revalidating your answer :slight_smile: ).

On Oct 18, 2012, at 10:28 PM, George Stathis gstathis@gmail.com wrote:

Answering my own question: yes, discovery.zen.minimum_master_nodes works with the AWS plugin, not just the default Zen Discovery mode. I guess the AWS plug-in just builds on top of Zen? Anyways, it works.

On Thursday, October 18, 2012 12:35:46 PM UTC-4, George Stathis wrote:
Just double checking:

Is discovery.zen.minimum_master_nodes still valid when using the EC2 discovery plug-in or does the syntax change to something like discovery.ec2.minimum_master_nodes ? It looks like it's the former to me and I'm about to test it myself but I just wanted to do a sanity check.

-GS

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(system) #4