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gammu-smsdrc - gammu-smsd(1) configuration file
gammu-smsd reads configuration from a config file. It's location can be specified on command line, otherwise default path /etc/gammu-smsdrc is used. This file use ini file syntax, see ini. Configuration file of gammu-smsd consists of at least two sections - [gammu] and [smsd]. For gammu-smsd-sql you can also use [sql] and [tables]. The [gammu] section is configuration of a phone connection and is same as described in gammurc with the only exception that LogFile is ignored and common logging for gammu library and SMS daemon is used. However the LogFormat directive still configures how much messages gammu emits. [smsd] The [smsd] section configures SMS daemon itself, which are described in following subsections. First general parameters of SMS daemon are listed and then specific parameters for storage backends. [include_numbers] List of numbers from which accept messages, see Message filtering. [exclude_numbers] List of numbers from which reject messages, see Message filtering. [include_smsc] List of SMSC numbers from which accept messages, see Message filtering. [exclude_smsc] List of SMSC numbers from which reject messages, see Message filtering. [sql] Configure SQL queries used by gammu-smsd-sql, you usually don't have to modify them. SEE ALSO: Configurable queries [tables] Configure SQL table names used by gammu-smsd-sql, you usually don't have to modify them. SEE ALSO: Configurable tables
GENERAL PARAMETERS OF SMS DAEMON
Service SMSD service to use, one of following choices: FILES Stores messages in files, see gammu-smsd-files for details. NULL Does not store messages at all, see gammu-smsd-null for details. SQL Stores messages in SQL database, see gammu-smsd-sql for details, choose database type to use by Driver. New in version 1.28.93. MYSQL Deprecated since version 1.28.93: Use Service = SQL and Driver = native_mysql instead. Compatibility option for older configuration files, stores messages in MySQL database, see gammu-smsd-mysql for details. PGSQL Deprecated since version 1.28.93: Use Service = SQL and Driver = native_pgsql instead. Compatibility option for older configuration files, stores messages in PostgreSQL database, see gammu-smsd-pgsql for details. DBI Deprecated since version 1.28.93: Use Service = SQL and Driver = DBI driver instead. Compatibility option for older configuration files, stores messages in any database supported by libdbi, see gammu-smsd-dbi for details. NOTE: Availability of backends depends on platform and compile time configuration. PIN PIN for SIM card. This is optional, but you should set it if your phone after power on requires PIN. NetworkCode Network personalisation password. This is optional, but some phones require it after power on. PhoneCode Phone lock password. This is optional, but some phones require it after power on. LogFile File where SMSD actions are being logged. You can also use special value syslog which will send all messages to syslog daemon. On Windows another special value eventlog exists, which will send logs to Windows Event Log. If you run SMSD as a system daemon (or service), it is recommended to use absolute path to log file as startup directory might be different than you expect. Default is to provide no logging. NOTE: For logging to Windows Event Log, it is recommended to install Event Log source by invoking gammu-smsd -e (this is automatically done during installation of Gammu). LogFacility Facility to use on logging backends which support it (currently only syslog). One of following chouces: • DAEMON (default) • USER • LOCAL0 • LOCAL1 • LOCAL2 • LOCAL3 • LOCAL4 • LOCAL5 • LOCAL6 • LOCAL7 New in version 1.30.91. DebugLevel Debug level for SMSD. The integer value should be sum of all flags you want to enable. 1 enables basic debugging information 2 enables logging of SQL queries of service backends 4 enables logging of gammu debug information Generally to get as much debug information as possible, use 255. Default is 0, what should mean no extra information. CommTimeout How many seconds should SMSD wait after there is no message in outbox before scanning it again. Default is 30. SendTimeout Shows how many seconds SMSD should wait for network answer during sending sms. If nothing happen during this time, sms will be resent. Default is 30. MaxRetries How many times will SMSD try to resend message if sending fails. This is tracked per message and currently supported only with SQL backends. Default is 1. RetryTimeout How long to wait before resending failed message (needs to be enabled by MaxRetries). Is used in update_retries. Default is 600. ReceiveFrequency The number of seconds between testing for received SMSes, when the phone is busy sending SMSes. Normally a test for received SMSes is done every CommTimeout seconds and after each sent SMS. Default is 15. StatusFrequency The number of seconds between refreshing phone status (battery, signal) stored in shared memory and possibly in service backends. Use 0 to disable. You might want to increase this for higher throughput. Default is 60. LoopSleep The number of seconds how long will SMSD sleep before checking for some activity. Please note that setting this to higher value than 1 will have effects to other time based configurations, because they will be effectively rounded to multiply of this value. Setting this to 0 disables sleeping. Please note this might cause Gammu to consume quite a lot of CPU power as it will effectively do busy loop. This sleep is utilized only if the main loop (sending and receiving messages) takes less than defined time. For example if you set LoopSleep to 5 seconds and sending messages take 10 seconds, no sleep will be done in the iteration which is sending messages. Also the sleep time is lowered by the already processed time. Default is 1. MultipartTimeout The number of seconds how long will SMSD wait for all parts of multipart message. If all parts won't arrive in time, parts will be processed as separate messages. Default is 600 (10 minutes). CheckSecurity Whether to check if phone wants to enter PIN. Default is 1 (enabled). HangupCalls New in version 1.34.0. Whether to automatically hangup any incoming calls. Default is 0 (disabled). CheckBattery Whether to check phone battery state periodically. Default is 1 (enabled). CheckSignal Whether to check signal level periodically. Default is 1 (enabled). CheckNetwork New in version 1.37.90. Whether to check network status periodically. If phone is reported to be not on the network, SMSD tries to power it on. Default is 1 (enabled). ResetFrequency The number of seconds between performing a preventive soft reset in order to minimize the cases of hanging phones e.g. Nokia 5110 will sometimes freeze to a state when only after unmounting the battery the phone will be functional again. Default is 0 (not used). HardResetFrequency New in version 1.28.92. WARNING: For some phones hard reset means deleting all data in it. Use ResetFrequency instead, unless you know what you are doing. The number of seconds between performing a preventive hard reset in order to minimize the cases of hanging phones. Default is 0 (not used). DeliveryReport Whether delivery reports should be used, one of no, log, sms. log one line log entry, sms store in inbox as a received SMS no no delivery reports Default is no. DeliveryReportDelay Delay in seconds how long is still delivery report considered valid. This depends on brokenness of your network (delivery report should have same timestamp as sent message). Increase this if delivery reports are not paired with sent messages. Default is 600 (10 minutes). PhoneID String with info about phone used for sending/receiving. This can be useful if you want to run several SMS daemons (see Multiple modems). When you set PhoneID, all messages (including injected ones) will be marked by this string (stored as SenderID in the database) and it allows more SMS daemons to share a single database. SMSD daemon will in such case send outbox messages only with matching or empty SenderID. This option has actually no effect with gammu-smsd-files. SMSC New in version 1.36.2. SMSC number to use for sending messages if not specified in the message (see options of gammu-smsd-inject). In most cases you don't need this settings as Gammu tries to read correct SMSC from phone, but sometimes this fails (try gammu getsmsc). RunOnReceive Executes a program after receiving message. This parameter is executed through shell, so you might need to escape some special characters and you can include any number of parameters. Additionally parameters with identifiers of received messages are appended to the command line. The identifiers depend on used service backend, typically it is ID of inserted row for database backends or file name for file based backends. Gammu SMSD waits for the script to terminate. If you make some time consuming there, it will make SMSD not receive new messages. However to limit breakage from this situation, the waiting time is limited to two minutes. After this time SMSD will continue in normal operation and might execute your script again. The process has available lot of information about received message in environment, check gammu-smsd-run for more details. RunOnFailure New in version 1.28.93. Executes a program on failure. This can be used to proactively react on some failures or to interactively detect failure of sending message. The program will receive optional parameter, which can currently be either INIT (meaning failure during phone initialization) or message ID, which would indicate error while sending the message. NOTE: The environment with message (as is in RunOnReceive) is not passed to the command. RunOnSent New in version 1.36.4. Executes a program after sending message. The program will receive optional parameter a message ID and environment with message details as described in gammu-smsd-run. RunOnIncomingCall New in version 1.38.5. Executes a program after cancelling incoming call. The program will receive a parameter with a phone number of the call. This requires HangupCalls to be enabled. IncludeNumbersFile File with list of numbers which are accepted by SMSD. The file contains one number per line, blank lines are ignored. The file is read at startup and is reread only when configuration is being reread. See Message filtering for details. ExcludeNumbersFile File with list of numbers which are not accepted by SMSD. The file contains one number per line, blank lines are ignored. The file is read at startup and is reread only when configuration is being reread. See Message filtering for details. IncludeSMSCFile File with list of SMSC numbers which are accepted by SMSD. The file contains one number per line, blank lines are ignored. The file is read at startup and is reread only when configuration is being reread. See Message filtering for details. ExcludeSMSCFile File with list of SMSC numbers which are not accepted by SMSD. The file contains one number per line, blank lines are ignored. The file is read at startup and is reread only when configuration is being reread. See Message filtering for details. BackendRetries How many times will SMSD backend retry operation. The implementation on different backends is different, for database backends it generally means how many times it will try to reconnect to the server. Default is 10. Send New in version 1.28.91. Whether to enable sending of messages. Default is True. Receive New in version 1.28.91. Whether to enable receiving of messages. Default is True.
DATABASE BACKENDS OPTIONS
All DBI, ODBC, MYSQL and PGSQL backends (see gammu-smsd-mysql, gammu-smsd-odbc, gammu-smsd-pgsql, gammu-smsd-dbi for their documentation) supports same options for configuring connection to a database: User User name used for connection to a database. Password Password used for connection to a database. Host Database server address. It can also contain port or socket path after semicolon, for example localhost:/path/to/socket or 192.168.1.1:8000. For ODBC this is used as Data source name. NOTE: Some database servers differentiate usage of localhost (to use local socket) and 127.0.0.1 (to use locat TCP/IP connection). Please make sure your SMSD settings match the database server ones. New in version 1.28.92. PC Deprecated since version 1.28.92: Please use Host instead. Synonym for Host, kept for backwards compatibility. Database Name of database (or schema) to use and where SMSD can find it's tables. Please note that you should create tables in this database before using gammu-smsd. SQL files for creating needed tables are included in documentation for individual database backends: gammu-smsd-mysql, gammu-smsd-odbc, gammu-smsd-pgsql, gammu-smsd-dbi SkipSMSCNumber When you send sms from some SMS centers you can have delivery reports from other SMSC number. You can set here number of this SMSC used by you and Gammu will not check it's number during assigning reports to sent SMS. Driver SQL driver to use, Gammu supports several native drivers and generic interface using ODBC and DBI. Availability of the backends depends on compile time options. Available drivers: odbc Connects to the database using ODBC, see gammu-smsd-odbc. native_mysql Stores messages in MySQL database, see gammu-smsd-mysql for details. native_pgsql Stores messages in PostgreSQL database, see gammu-smsd-pgsql for details. db2, firebird, freetds, ingres, msql, mysql, oracle, pgsql, sqlite, sqlite3 Stores messages using DBI library in given backend. You need to have installed appropriate DBI driver to make it work. See gammu-smsd-dbi for details. SQL SQL dialect to use. This is specially useful with gammu-smsd-odbc where SMSD does not know which server it is actually talking to. Possible values: • mysql - MySQL • pgsql - PostgreSQL • sqlite - SQLite • mssql - Microsoft SQL Server • sybase - Sybase • access - Microsoft Access • oracle - Oracle • odbc - Generic ODBC New in version 1.28.93. SEE ALSO: You can also completely customize SQL queries used as described in SQL Queries. DriversPath Path, where DBI drivers are stored, this usually does not have to be set if you have properly installed drivers. DBDir Database directory for some (currently only sqlite) DBI drivers. Set here path where sqlite database files are stored. Files backend options The FILES backend accepts following configuration options. See gammu-smsd-files for more detailed service backend description. Please note that all path should contain trailing path separator (/ on Unix systems): InboxPath Where the received SMSes are stored. Default is current directory. OutboxPath Where SMSes to be sent should be placed. Default is current directory. SentSMSPath Where the transmitted SMSes are placed, if same as OutboxPath transmitted messages are deleted. Default is to delete transmitted messages. ErrorSMSPath Where SMSes with error in transmission is placed. Default is same as SentSMSPath. InboxFormat The format in which the SMS will be stored: detail, unicode, standard. detail format used for message backup by gammu, see gammu-smsbackup. unicode message text stored in unicode (UTF-16) standard message text stored in system charset The standard and unicode settings do not apply for 8-bit messages, which are always written raw as they are received with extension .bin. Default is unicode. NOTE: In detail format, all message parts are stored into single file, for all others each message part is saved separately. OutboxFormat The format in which messages created by gammu-smsd-inject will be stored, it accepts same values as InboxFormat. Default is detail if Gammu is compiled in with backup functions, unicode otherwise. TransmitFormat The format for transmitting the SMS: auto, unicode, 7bit. This option is used only if OutboxFormat is not set to detail. In such case encoding specified in the message is used (you can specify it to gammu-smsd-inject). Default is auto.
SMSD allows one to process only limited subset of incoming messages. You can define filters for sender number in [include_numbers] and [exclude_numbers] sections or using IncludeNumbersFile and ExcludeNumbersFile directives. If [include_numbers] section exists, all values (keys are ignored) from it are used as allowed phone numbers and no other message is processed. On the other side, in [exclude_numbers] you can specify numbers which you want to skip. Lists from both sources are merged together. If there is any number in include list, only include list is used and only messages in this list are being accepted. If include list is empty, exclude list can be used to ignore messages from some numbers. If both lists are empty, all messages are accepted. Similar filtering rules can be used for SMSC number filtering, they just use different set of configuration options - [include_smsc] and [exclude_smsc] sections or IncludeSMSCFile and ExcludeSMSCFile directives.
There is more complete example available in Gammu documentation. Please note that for simplicity following examples do not include [gammu] section, you can look into gammurc for some examples how it can look like. Files service SMSD configuration file for FILES backend could look like: [smsd] Service = files PIN = 1234 LogFile = syslog InboxPath = /var/spool/sms/inbox/ OutboxPath = /var/spool/sms/outbox/ SentSMSPath = /var/spool/sms/sent/ ErrorSMSPath = /var/spool/sms/error/ MySQL service If you want to use MYSQL backend, you will need something like this: [smsd] Service = sql Driver = native_mysql PIN = 1234 LogFile = syslog User = smsd Password = smsd PC = localhost Database = smsd DBI service using SQLite For gammu-smsd-dbi backend, in this particular case SQLite: [smsd] Service = sql Driver = sqlite3 DBDir = /var/lib/sqlite3 Database = smsd.db ODBC service using MySQL For gammu-smsd-odbc backend, in this particular case using DSN smsd server: [smsd] Service = sql Driver = odbc Host = smsd The DSN definition (in ~/.odbc.ini on UNIX) for using MySQL server would look like: [smsd] Description = MySQL Driver = MySQL Server = 127.0.0.1 Database = smsd Port = Socket = Option = Stmt = [smsdsuse] Driver = MySQL ODBC 3.51.27r695 Driver DATABASE = smsd SERVER = 127.0.0.1 Numbers filtering Process only messages from 123456 number: [include_numbers] number1 = 123456 Do not process messages from evil number 666: [exclude_numbers] number1 = 666 Debugging Enabling debugging: [smsd] debuglevel = 255 logfile = smsd.log Multiple modems You can run any number of SMSD instances and they can even share same backend database. For routing the messages, you need to set different PhoneID for each instance and set SenderID column in outbox table. Following example shows configuration for two modems, but you can have any number of SMSD instances. The only limitation is performance of your hardware, especially if all modems are connected using USB. Configuration for first SMSD: [gammu] device = /dev/ttyACM0 connection = at [smsd] Service = sql Driver = native_mysql PIN = 1234 LogFile = syslog User = smsd Password = smsd PC = localhost Database = smsd PhoneID = first Configuration for second SMSD: [gammu] device = /dev/ttyACM1 connection = at [smsd] Service = sql Driver = native_mysql PIN = 1234 LogFile = syslog User = smsd Password = smsd PC = localhost Database = smsd PhoneID = second You can then start two separate instances of SMSD: gammu-smsd -c /path/to/first-smsdrc gammu-smsd -c /path/to/second-smsdrc
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