Cluster Advanced Settings

To further fine-tune your Qovery infrastructure, you can set advanced settings through the Qovery API endpoint.

All clusters have access to advanced settings, you can find where they are available in the documentation below with those badges mentioning for which Cloud provider they are available:

Below is the list of advanced settings currently available for clusters.

Logs

aws.cloudwatch.eks_logs_retention_days

TypeDescriptionDefault Value
integerMaximum retention days in Cloudwatch for EKS logs.
(possible values: 0, 1, 3, 5, 7, 14, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180, 365, 400, 545, 731, 1827, 2192, 2557, 2922, 3288, 3653)
90

aws.vpc.enable_s3_flow_logs

TypeDescriptionDefault Value
booleanEnable flow logs on the cluster VPC and store them in an s3 bucket.false

aws.vpc.flow_logs_retention_days

TypeDescriptionDefault Value
integerSet the number of retention days for flow logs. Unlimited retention with value 0365

loki.log_retention_in_week

TypeDescriptionDefault Value
integerMaximum Kubernetes pods (containers/application/jobs/cronjob) retention logs in weeks.12 (84 days)

Image registry

registry.image_retention_time

TypeDescriptionDefault Value
integerAllows you to specify an amount in seconds after which images in the default registry are deleted.31536000 (1 year)

cloud_provider_container_registry_tags

TypeDescriptionDefault Value
Map<String, String>Add additional tags on the cluster dedicated registry

Network

load_balancer.size

TypeDescriptionDefault Value
stringAllows you to specify the load balancer size in front of your cluster.lb-s
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