The CoScale agent can be configured using environment variables. The variables are picked up on boot, so an agent restart is required to enable them.
By default the CoScale agent will use the system hostname and will not add a new server if the hostname already exists on our service. Change this value if you would like to set a custom hostname or to force adding a new server to the CoScale environment. This can be used in cases when two machines share the same hostname.
Will increase the verbosity of the CoScale agent, this should only be used for debugging purposes or when requested by CoScale support. The possible levels are:
On the Linux operating systems you can add the environment variables to the
Application level environment variables are added through the registry. Open the registry editor
regedit and go to
Now create a new value by rightclicking on the right side on the Window and going to
New and then
Multi-String Value. The name of the new item should be
Environment. You can then edit the item by double clicking on it.
After changing the file you need to restart the CoScale agent.
You can also define system wide env variables.