Specifying read-write for existing buckets

Specifying read-write for existing buckets

The number of readers and writers can be changed for existing data buckets: Data Buckets > Data bucket drop-down > Disk Read-Write Concurrency .

After a bucket has been created, the reader/writer setting can be changed. After changing the setting for a bucket, the bucket is re-started and goes through server warmup before the bucket becomes available.

  1. Click the Data Buckets tab.
    A table with all data buckets in your cluster appears.
  2. Click the drop-down next to your data bucket.
    General information about the bucket appears as well as controls for the bucket.
  3. Click Edit .
    A Configure Bucket panel appears where the reader-writer setting is changed.
  4. Under Disk I/O Optimization , specify the bucket disk I/O priority. Low (default) sets three (3) reader/writers and High allocates eight (8).
  5. Click Save .
    A warning appears indicating that this change recreates the data bucket.
  6. Click Continue .
    The Data Buckets tab appears and the named bucket displays with a yellow or green indicator. A yellow indicator means that the bucket is recreated and is warming up. A green indicates means that the bucket has completed warmup. At this point, the bucket is ready to receive and serve requests.