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NAME

       londiste - PostgreSQL replication engine written in python

SYNOPSIS

       [londiste]
       job_name = asd

DESCRIPTION

       The londiste configuration file follow the famous .INI syntax. It
       contains only one section named londiste.

       Most defaults values are reasonable ones. That means you can only edit
       provider_db, subscriber_db and pgq_queue_name and be done with londiste
       configuration.

OPTIONS

       You can configure the following options into the londiste section.

       job_name
           Each Skytools daemon process must have a unique job_name. Londiste
           uses it also as consumer name when subscribing to queue.

       provider_db
           Provider database connection string (DSN).

       subscriber_db
           Subscriber database connection string (DSN).

       pgq_queue_name
           Name of the queue to read from. Several subscribers can read from
           same queue.

       logfile
           Where to log londiste activity.

       pidfile
           Where to store the pid of the main londiste process, the replay
           one.

       lock_timeout
           Few operations take lock on provider (provider add/remove, compare,
           repair). This parameter specifies timeout in seconds (float) how
           long a lock can be held. New in version 2.1.8. Default: 10

       loop_delay
           How often to poll events from provider. In seconds (float).
           Default: 1.

       pgq_lazy_fetch
           How many events to fetch at a time when processing a batch. Useful
           when you know a single transaction (maintenance UPDATE command,
           e.g.) will produce a lot of events in a single batch. When lazily
           fetching, a cursor is used so as to still process a single batch in
           a single transaction. Default: 0, always fetch all events of the
           batch, not using a cursor.

       log_count
           Number of log files to keep. Default: 3

       log_size
           Max size for one log file. File is rotated if max size is reached.
           Default: 10485760 (10M)

       use_skylog
           If set, search for [./skylog.ini, ~/.skylog.ini, /etc/skylog.ini].
           If found then the file is used as config file for Pythons logging
           module. It allows setting up fully customizable logging setup.
           Default: 0

EXAMPLE

           [londiste]
           job_name = test_to_subcriber

           provider_db = dbname=provider port=6000 host=127.0.0.1
           subscriber_db = dbname=subscriber port=6000 host=127.0.0.1

           # it will be used as sql ident so no dots/spaces
           pgq_queue_name = londiste.replika

           logfile = /tmp/%(job_name)s.log
           pidfile = /tmp/%(job_name)s.pid

SEE ALSO

       londiste(1)

                                  11/10/2010                       LONDISTE(5)