The following settings can be configured:
Data Directory (DataDir): the directory used to store runtime data.
Cached Data Storage Life (TimeToLive): interval in minutes that non-offline configuration data remains in the local database.
Garbage Collection Cycle (GarbageCollectionInterval): interval in minutes between the garbage collection cycles in the local configuration database.
Maximum Client Threads (MaxClientThreads): maximum number of client requests that can be processed simultaneously.
Maximum Client Connections (MaxClientConnections): maximum number of client connections.
Maximum Request Size (MaxRequestSize): maximum size of client requests.
Connection Timeout (ConnectTimeout): denotes the allowed interval of the LDAP server to answer a connection request. The default is one second.
Log Level (LogLevel): level of detail in the agent log files. The logging level is consistent with the Java Logger levels. In order of decreasing severity, these levels are:
Most of the operational settings, with the exception of the Data Directory and Connection Timeout settings, can also be maintained centrally through corresponding policies stored in the LDAP server. If you want to use this feature, do not adapt the corresponding settings by means of the wizard. Instead, use the Configuration Agent policies within the Configuration Manager to centrally specify operational settings.