Configuration guide

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A JPPF grid is composed of many distributed components interacting with each other, often in different environments. While JPPF will work in most environments, the default behavior may not be appropriate or adapted to some situations. Much of the behavior in JPPF components can thus be modified, fine-tuned or sometimes even disabled, via numerous configuration properties. These properties apply to many mechanisms and behaviors in JPPF, including network communication, management and monitoring, performance / load-balancing, failover and recovery.

Any configuration property has a default value that is used when the property is not specified, and which should work in most environments. In practice, this means that JPPF can work without any explicitely specified configuration at all.

For a full list of the JPPF configuration properties, do not hesitate to read the Configuration properties reference chapter of this manual.

1. Configuration file specification and lookup

2. Includes, substitutions and scripted values in the configuration

3. Reminder: JPPF topology

4. Configuring a JPPF server

5. Node configuration

6. Client and administration console

7. Common configuration properties

8. Putting it all together

9. Configuring SSL/TLS communications

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