Provided by: moosefs-metalogger_3.0.116-1ubuntu2_amd64
mfsmetalogger.cfg - configuration file for mfsmetalogger
The file mfsmetalogger.cfg contains configuration of MooseFS metalogger process.
Syntax is: OPTION = VALUE Lines starting with # character are ignored as comments.
Configuration options: DATA_PATH where to store metadata files LOCK_FILE (deprecated) daemon lock/pid file WORKING_USER user to run daemon as WORKING_GROUP group to run daemon as (optional - if empty then default user group will be used) SYSLOG_IDENT name of process to place in syslog messages (default is mfsmetalogger) LOCK_MEMORY whether to perform mlockall() to avoid swapping out mfsmetalogger process (default is 0, i.e. no) LIMIT_GLIBC_MALLOC_ARENAS limit malloc arenas to given value - prevents server from using huge amount of virtual memory (Linux onty, default is 4) DISABLE_OOM_KILLER disable out of memory killer (Linux only, default is 1) NICE_LEVEL nice level to run daemon with (default is -19 if possible; note: process must be started as root to increase priority) BACK_LOGS number of metadata change log files (default is 50) BACK_META_KEEP_PREVIOUS number of previous metadata files to be kept (default is 3) META_DOWNLOAD_FREQ metadata download frequency in hours (default is 24, at most BACK_LOGS/2) BIND_HOST local address to use for master connections; default is *, i.e. default local address MASTER_HOST address of MooseFS master host to connect with (default is mfsmaster) MASTER_PORT number of MooseFS master port to connect with (default is 9420) MASTER_RECONNECTION_DELAY delay in seconds before trying to reconnect to master after disconnection (default is 5) MASTER_TIMEOUT timeout (in seconds) for master connections (default is 10)
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