As an Enterprise customer, it is possible to see the configuration (neo4j.conf) of your AuraDB instances, using either the Browser (Query) or cypher-shell, with the dbms.listConfig procedure .
This feature is not available in AuraDB Pro and Free instances
Using the Browser
From the console, click the >_Query button to open a browser window.
In the resulting Browser window, once you have connected to the Aura instance, run
CALL dbms.listConfig() to display the contents of the configuration for your instance.
Note: you can use the MAX COLUMN WIDTH slider at the bottom of the screen to fit the results returned into the screen width.
From the console, click the Open button.
In the workspace window, enter the credentials to connect to your Aura instance.
Click on Query (step 1 indicated on the screenshot) and run
CALL dbms.listConfig() (step 2 indicated on the screenshot) to display the contents of the configuration for your Aura instance.
Open a terminal session and navigate to the location where you have installed the Cypher Shell.
In our example, it is in /usr/local/bin. Add this location to your PATH environment variable by typing,
Use the command below to verify that your PATH has been configured correctly,
% which cypher-shell
For our example, this returns the value /usr/local/bin/cypher-shell
The next step is to create a local file containing the cypher statement we want to execute . In our case, we place the command
CALL dbms.listConfig() in a local file called example.cypher.
Now we run the following cypher-shell command, which connects to your db instance, and executes the example.cypher file we just created and outputs the results in a local file of your choice.
% cat example.cypher | cypher-shell --format plain -a <connection_uri> -u <username> -p <password> > <filename>
<connection_uri>is the URI of your db instance
<username>with the username for your instance
<password>with the password for your instance
<filename>with the filename for your choice