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Commit 561dd63d authored by Leigh B. Stoller's avatar Leigh B. Stoller

Initial cvsd.conf head file.

parent d3d22675
# This is the configuration file for cvsd.
# See the manual page cvsd.conf(5) for more information.
# See the "Password authentication server"
# section in the cvs texinfo for more information
# about running a pserver.
# RootJail <path>
# This is the location of the chroot jail
# cvs should be run in.
# Specify 'none' (without quotes) to not use
# a chroot jail.
# This directory should be initialized with
# the cvsd-buildroot script.
RootJail /var/cvsjail
# Uid <uid>
# This specifies which user id cvs should be
# run as. This can be a numerical id or
# a symbolic value.
Uid nobody
# Gid <gid>
# This specifies which group id cvs should be
# run as. This can be a numerical id or
# a symbolic value.
Gid nobody
# CvsCommand <path>
# If you define this it should point to the cvs
# command to execute. Otherwise "/bin/cvs" will
# be used if a RootJail is configured and the
# cvs command found at compiletime otherwise.
# The path should be relative to the specified
# RootJail and should start with a `/'.
# Nice <num>
# This specifies the nice value (on most systems
# ranging from -20 to 20) where the smaller the number
# (more negative) the higher the priority.
Nice 1
# Umask <mask>
# This specifies a umask used by the cvs pserver when
# creating files. Specify as an octal value.
Umask 027
# Limit <resource> <value>
# <resource> can be one of: coredumpsize, cputime, datasize, filesize,
# memorylocked, openfiles, maxproc, memoryuse, stacksize, virtmem.
# <value> maximum value for the given resource. For size values a suffix of
# 'b', 'k' or 'm' can be specified ('k' is default). Time values can
# be formatted as 'mm:ss' or have 'm' or 's' suffixes ('s' is default).
Limit coredumpsize 0
# PidFile <file>
# This specifies the location the process id of the
# daemon is written.
PidFile /var/run/cvsd.pid
# Listen <address> <port>
# The addresses and ports to listen on for connections.
#Listen * 2401
# MaxConnections <num>
# The maximum number of connections that will
# be handled simultaneously. 0 is unlimited.
MaxConnections 20
# Log <scheme/file> [<loglevel>]
# The way logging is done. Either none, syslog or a
# filename may be specified, followed by an optional
# loglevel. Loglevel may be one of:
# crit, error, warning, notice, info (default) or debug.
# This option can be supplied multiple times.
# If this option is not specified syslog info is assumed.
Log syslog info
#Log /var/log/cvsd.log debug
# Repos <path>
# This option specifies which repositories
# can be used. The value is passed as a
# --allow-root=<path> parameter to cvs.
# The path should be relative to the specified
# RootJail and should start with a `/'.
# This option can be supplied multiple times.
Repos /testbed
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