Cloudera Edge Management Installation
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Configure the EFM Server

Once the EFM Server is installed, you can configure it by editing the efm.properties file. At minimum, you should edit the EFM Server address, set up the connection to NiFi Registry, and configure the connection to your database.

  1. Open the efm.properties file located in $EFM_HOME/conf/efm.properties.
  2. Configure the EFM Server address. Change efm.server.address=localhost to efm.server.address={YOUR_DESIRED_IP OR 0.0.0.0}.
  3. Configure your connection by editing the following two properties:

    Change efm.nifi.registry.enabled=false to efm.nifi.registry.enabled=true.

    Change efm.nifi.registry.url=http://localhost:18080 to efm.nifi.registry.url=http://{YOUR_REGISTRY_IP}:18080.

  4. Configure one of the following properties to identify the NiFi Registry bucket you want EFM to use. Do not set both.

    efm.nifi.registry.bucketId=

    efm.nifi.registry.bucketName=

  5. Edit the following database properties according to what your database requires:
    • efm.db.url=jdbc:h2:./database/efm;AUTOCOMMIT=OFF;DB_CLOSE_ON_EXIT=FALSE;LOCK_MODE=3

    • efm.db.driverClass=org.h2.Driver

    • efm.db.username=efm

    • efm.db.password=

    • efm.db.maxConnections=5

    • efm.db.sqlDebug=false