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NAME

     4store.conf — 4store configuration file

DESCRIPTION

     The file /etc/4store.conf contains settings used by 4s-admin(1), 4s-boss(8), 4s-httpd,
     4s-import(1) and 4s-query(1).

   File format
     The config file uses GLib's key file format, which contains key-value pairs organised into
     groups.  The syntax of the file is as follows:

     Blank lines or beginning with a hash character are considered comments:
           # this is a comment

     Groups are defined by enclosing a group name within square brackets:
           [first group]
           [group2]

     Each key-value pair must be placed on a new line, and will belong to the group above it.

     A key-value pair is specified using 'key=values', where values can be a semicolon separated
     list of strings:
           [group1]
           ids=1;2;3
           people=Alice;Bob
           [group2]
           disable_foo=false

   Store options
     These are options which will affect the running of 4s-backend and 4s-httpd.

     To set them for all stores, place them in an option group named [default].

     To set them on a single store, place them in an option group with the same name as the
     store, e.g. [store1].

     Options:

     unsafe = true|false
             Enable unsafe operations (such as LOAD).  Default is false.

     cors = true|false
             Enables CORS.  Default is false.

     port = <port_number>
             Port to run HTTP SPARQL daemon (4s-httpd) on.  Default is 8080.

     default-graph = true|false
             Set the default graph to be a union of named graphs.  Default is false.

     soft-limit = <limit>
             Sets the soft limit, or set to 0 to disable.  Default is 2000.

     opt-level = <level>
             Set the optimisation level, from 0 to 3.  Default is 3 (all optimisations enabled).

     listen = <hostname>|<ip_address>
             The hostname or IP address that 4s-httpd should listen on.  Default is localhost.

   4s-boss options
     These options are used to configure 4s-boss(8), and set how and if it should be used for
     store discovery.

     These options should all be in a group named [4s-boss].

     Options:

     port = <port_number>
             Set port to run 4s-boss daemon on.  Default is 6733.

     discovery = none|sole|default
             Determines how 4s-boss is used for store discovery.  Default is none.

     nodes = <hostname_or_ip>[:<port>];...
             List of nodes in the cluster which run 4s-boss.  Default is localhost.

     Set discovery to none to use Avahi/DNS-SD for discovery instead of 4s-boss.  Set to sole to
     use 4s-boss as the only discovery mechanism.  Set to default to use use 4s-boss for
     discovery, but fall back to Avahi/DNS-SD.

     The nodes option sets the hosts and ports of storage nodes in a 4store cluster that uses 4s-
     boss.  Hosts can be specified either as hostnames or IPv4/IPv6 addresses, optionally
     followed by a colon character and port number (assumes default port of 6733 if no port is
     specified).

     To specify a port number with an IPv6 address, enclose the address in square brackets, e.g.:
           [2001:db8::1]:6733

FILES

     /etc/4store.conf

EXAMPLES

     # Global settings
     [default]
         unsafe = true
         cors = true

     # Options for store 'kb1'
     [kb1]
         port = 8888
         default-graph = false
         soft-limit = 0
         opt-level = 3

     # Options for store 'store2'
     [store2]
         soft-limit = 20000
         port = 8090

     # Enable discovery using 4s-boss, and define a 4 node cluster on:
     #   HOST                PORT
     #   host.example.org    6733 (default)
     #   192.0.2.1           6734
     #   ::1                 6733 (default)
     #   2001:db8::1         6735
     [4s-boss]
         port = 6733
         discovery = sole
         nodes = host.example.org;192.0.2.1:6734;::1;[2001:db8::1]:6735

SEE ALSO

     4s-admin(1), 4s-boss(8), 4s-import(1), 4s-query(1)

     GLib key file description:
           http://developer.gnome.org/glib/2.28/glib-Key-value-file-parser.html#glib-Key-value-file-parser.description