GigaFlow Startup Parameters

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On linux, you can edit the /opt/ros/resources/start file to change various system parameters.

On windows, you can change the gigaflow.ini file in the Gigaflow/Flow folder to change various system parameters.

In an IDE, you can add a running parameter

Once change, restart the gigaflow service for them to take effect.

An example of an edited start file would be

/opt/java/bin/java -Xms364M -Xmx3768M -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true -Djava.library.path=./dist/libs/ -Djava.awt.headless=true -XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError -classpath ./dist/ROS.jar:./dist/libs/*  ros.ROS "localpcap=/opt/ros/pcaps/ipv6.pcap|490" httpport=80 > /dev/null &
echo $! > ros.pid


Enable local playback of pcap into application fileLocation|delayBetweenPacketsInMS

localpcap=c:/temp/demo_102017_1_To191.pcap|100

Change global arp/cam polling ntervals

periodPolledSNMPARP=1800000 //30 minutes
periodPolledSNMPCAM=1800000

Changing the database

connectionURL=jdbc:postgresql://localhost/myipfix

Changing http and https port

httpport=7902
httpsport=8902

Changing cross site security

samesite=none|lax|strict
samesitesecure=true|false

X-FRAME-OPTIONS

X-FRAME-OPTIONS=SAMEORIGIN
X-FRAME-OPTIONS=DENY


IDE Example