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NAME

       vps.conf - configuration file for an OpenVZ container.

SYNOPSIS

       /etc/vz/conf/XXX.conf

DESCRIPTION

       This  is  a  configuration  file  for  a  container.  It  is  stored as
       /etc/vz/conf/CTID.conf, where CTID is  the  numeric  ID  of  the  given
       container.

       Configuration file consists of lines in the form

       PARAMETER="value"

       All parameter names and values are case-sensitive. Quotes surrounding a
       value  are  required  if  value  contains  spaces,  and  are   optional
       otherwise.   Extra  spaces are not allowed. All unrecognized lines will
       be ignored.

       Please note that the file is created/modified by the  vzctl(8)  command
       with  the  set  --save  arguments,  therefore changes to this file made
       otherwise than by vzctl(8) can be lost during the next vzctl run.

       The meaning of each parameter is described in vzctl(8),  so  here  only
       the appropriate vzctl set option is given.

   Miscellaneous parameters
       NAME="vename"
              Corresponds to the --name option.

       DESCRIPTION="string"
              Corresponds to the --description option.

       ONBOOT="yes|no"
              Specifies  whether  this container will be started during system
              bootup.  Default is  no,  meaning  the  container  will  not  be
              started  if  ONBOOT  parameter  is  omitted.  Corresponds to the
              --onboot option.

       OSTEMPLATE="tmpl_name"
              Corresponds to the --ostemplate option.

       VE_ROOT="directory"
              Corresponds to the --root option.

       VE_PRIVATE="directory"
              Corresponds to the --private option.

       DISABLED="yes|no"
              Corresponds to the --disabled option.

       ORIGIN_SAMPLE="name"
              Name of container sample config which the container is based on.

       CONFIG_CUSTOMIZED="yes|no"
              Set to yes if the container config was modified.

   Resource management parameters
       NUMPROC
              Corresponds to the --numproc options.

       NUMFILE
              Corresponds to the --numfile options.

       NUMFLOCK
              Corresponds to the --numflock options.

       NUMPTY Corresponds to the --numpty options.

       NUMSIGINFO
              Corresponds to the --numsiginfo options.

       NUMTCPSOCK
              Corresponds to the --numtcpsock options.

       NUMOTHERSOCK
              Corresponds to the --numothersock options.

       PRIVVMPAGES
              Corresponds to the --privvmpages options.

       VMMGUARPAGES
              Corresponds to the --vmguarpages options.

       OOMGUARPAGES
              Corresponds to the --oomguarpages options.

       LOCKEDPAGES
              Corresponds to the --lockedpages options.

       SHMPAGES
              Corresponds to the --shmpages options.

       KMEMSIZE
              Corresponds to the --kmemsize options.

       TCPSNDBUF
              Corresponds to the --tcpsndbuf options.

       TCPRCVBUF
              Corresponds to the --tcprcvbuf options.

       OTHERSOCKBUF
              Corresponds to the --othersockbuf options.

       DGRAMRCVBUF
              Corresponds to the --dgramrcvbuf options.

       DCACHESIZE
              Corresponds to the --dcachesize options.

       NUMIPTENT
              Corresponds to the --numiptent options.

       CPUUNITS
              Corresponds to the --cpuunits option.

       DISKSPACE="softlimit[:hardlimit]"
              Corresponds to the --diskspace parameter.

       DISKINODES="softlimit[:hardlimit]"
              Corresponds to the --diskinodes parameter.

       QUOTATIME="seconds"
              Corresponds to the --quotatime parameter.

       QUOTAUGIDLIMIT="num"
              Corresponds to the --quotaugidlimit parameter.

       NOATIME="yes|no"
              Corresponds to the --noatime option.

       CAPABILITY="capname:on|off [...]"
              Corresponds to the --capability option

   Network related parameters
       IP_ADDRESS="address [address]"
              Specifies  the  address  the container will be assigned. Several
              addresses are divided by spaces.   Corresponds  to  the  --ipadd
              option.

       HOSTNAME="name"
              Corresponds to the --hostname option.

       NAMESERVER="ip [ip]"
              Corresponds  to  the  --nameserver  option.  Several name server
              addresses are divided by spaces.

       SEARCHDOMAIN="domain [domain]"
              Corresponds to the --searchdomain option. Several search domains
              are divided by spaces.

SEE ALSO

       vzctl(8), vz.conf(5).

LICENSE

       Copyright (C) 2001-2008, Parallels, Inc. Licensed under GNU GPL.