|Deploying and Running Pivotal GemFire / Deploying Pivotal GemFire Configuration Files|
Each file has a default name, a set of file search locations, and a system property you can use to override the defaults.
To use the default specifications, place the file at the top level of its directory or jar file. The system properties are standard file specifications that can have absolute or relative pathnames and filenames.
|Default File Specification||Search Locations for Relative File Specifications||Available Property for File Specification|
||As a Java system property, use gemfirePropertyFile|
||In gemfire.properties, use the cache-xml-file property|