The cbflushctl command enables you to control many of the configuration, RAM and disk parameters of a running cluster.
Changes to the cluster configuration using cbflushctl are not retained after a cluster restart. Any configuration you had set will return to cluster defaults.
You can find this tool at one of the following locations, depending upon your platform:
|Mac OS X|
COMMAND is one of the following
Drain the disk write queue for the specified bucket.
Enable the disk write queue for the specified bucket (start persistence).
Disable the disk write queue for the specified bucket (stop persistence).
Evict the specified key from memory, providing the key has been persisted to disk.
Set the value for a configurable parameter within the
persistence system. For more information, see
Section 7.4.1, “cbflushctl
Note that for each command you must specify the bucketname (and bucket password if configured) to configure the appropriate bucket. If you want to set the parameter on multiple buckets you must specify each bucket individually.