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reposd.conf: SBLIM metric repository daemon configuration file

NAME

reposd.conf - SBLIM metric repository daemon configuration file

DESCRIPTION

The file reposd.conf is read by reposd(8) at startup. Each line consists of a configuration option value pair delimited by an '=' character. A '#' (number sign) indicates the beginning of a comment.

OPTIONS

RepositoryPort=port

TCP port repository daemon will listen. Default is 6363.

RepositoryMaxConnections=conns

Number of parallel client connections the repository daemon is able to handle. Default is 100.

TraceLevel=level

Trace level for the reposd process. Default is 0.

TraceFile=file

Name of file to write tracing information. Default is stderr.

TraceComponents=comps[:comps...]

Repository components to be traced seperated by a colon (:). Valid components are: comm, util, repos. Default is none.

PluginDirectory=dir

Directory where repository metric plugins are located. Default is /usr/lib/gather/rplug (/usr/lib64/gather/rplug).

AutoLoad=plugin[:plugin...]

Plugins to be automatically load, initalize and start sampling. Valid values are: * or colon-seperated list. Default is none.

ExpirationInterval=secs

Specifies how many seconds metric values are kept in the in-core repository. Note that the longer the interval is the more memory that will be consumed by reposd. Valid values are: and integer between 60 and 86400. Default is 1200.

BUGS

The SBLIM project maintains a mailing list to which you should direct all questions regarding sfcb, sfcc, wbemcli, the metric data gatherer, or any of the SBLIM providers. To subscribe to this list visit:

https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/sblim-issues

Please report bugs you discover to the bug tracker. The SBLIM project bug tracking page can be found at:

https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=128809&atid=712784

AUTHORS

Please refer to the AUTHORS file distributed with sblim-gather.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2003-2012 IBM Corp.

LICENSE

reposd.conf is distributed under the terms of the Eclipse Public License ("Agreement"). Any use, reproduction or distribution of this program constitutes recipeients acceptance of the agreement.

You can obtain a current copy of the Eclipse Public License from http://www.opensource.org/licenses/eclipse-1.0.php

SEE ALSO

reposd(8)