With the 3.22.4 release of Blue Cedar Console (on-premises), users can now upload apps larger than 50 MB.
For consoles managing apps with a 150 MB size limit:
- Minimum required RAM: 4 GB
- Minimum required disk space: 50 GB
When changing the app size limit, RAM and disk space on the console host should also be increased.
Note: The app's complexity as well as its size affects the amount of RAM needed. The formulas here describe a rule of thumb, but the RAM may need to be tuned for apps with larger number of classes than usual.
|App size||Disk space||RAM|
|Formula||50 GB + 20*max_allowed_packet||4 GB + 1 GB for every 100 MB over 150 MB app size|
|Baseline||150 MB||50 GB||4 GB|
|Example||250 MB||55 GB (50 GB + 20*250 MB)||5 GB|
On your console host with 3.22.4 installed, follow the steps below:
Backup any data you have. Use your MySQL credentials for MySQLuser and MySQLpwd.
Copy the config file to the /etc/ directory on your host:
Within this config file, edit these values:
Change max_allowed_packet value to a little over the app size you would want to upload to the console, accounting for the integrated app's size. Make sure the max_allowed_packet value for both mysql and mysqld sections match.
Change innodb_log_file_size value to at least 10 times the value of max_allowed_packet
After making these changes, reboot with this command: