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Setting Environmental Variables in StreamSets...

asked 2020-07-13 13:20:44 -0500

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I have multiple servers running multiple pipelines. Everytime I move a pipeline from one server to another, I have to go and manually change each IP number in each of those Stage Configurations.

Can I write in a .bashrc or other startup configuration file for Linux where the StreamSets server is being run on a very basic alias such as kudu001=192.1.126.17 and then invoke it in the Kudu Stage Configuration in the Kudu Masters Field by writing $Kudu001:7051? When the pipeline is migrated to another server it will have a different alias ip number in it's .bashrc file e.g kudu001=192.1.126.18

Is this allowed?
Is there a better way to do this?

Is there a way to do this in StreamSets without having to code something in the shell ala an external pipe to a shell inside of StreamSets application: kudu001= hostname -l ?

Does a call to invoke something in the Linux operating system incur increased performance penalties versus something running natively within the JVM that the StreamSets pipeline is being executed or would it be actually more efficient to do so?

Thank you kindly for your assistance!

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answered 2020-07-17 17:30:19 -0500

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I'm using runtime properties. They are read from a file and you reference them in a pipeline like:

${runtime:conf('notificationEmailAddress')}

https://streamsets.com/documentation/...

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