Configure a wide range of TiKV facets, including RocksDB, gRPC, the Placement Driver, and more

TiKV features a large number of configuration options you can use to tweak TiKV’s behavior. When getting started with TiKV, it’s usually safe to start with the defaults, configuring only the --pd (pd.endpoints) configuration.

There are several guides that you can use to inform your configuration:

  • Security: Use TLS security and review security procedures.
  • Topology: Use location awareness to improve resiliency and performance.
  • Namespace: Use namespacing to configure resource isolation.
  • Limit: Tweak rate limiting.
  • Region Merge: Tweak region merging.
  • RocksDB: Tweak RocksDB configuration options.
  • Titan: Enable titan to improve performance with large values.

You can find an exhaustive list of all options, as well as what they do, in the documented full configuration template.