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<?php
/**
* Elgg settings
*
* Elgg manages most of its configuration from the admin panel. However, we need you to
* include your database settings below.
*
* @todo Turn this into something we handle more automatically.
*/
global $CONFIG;
if (!isset($CONFIG))
$CONFIG = new stdClass;
/*
* Standard configuration
*
* You will use the same database connection for reads and writes.
* This is the easiest configuration, and will suit 99.99% of setups. However, if you're
* running a really popular site, you'll probably want to spread out your database connections
* and implement database replication. That's beyond the scope of this configuration file
* to explain, but if you know you need it, skip past this section.
*/
// Database username
$CONFIG->dbuser = "{{CONFIG_DBUSER}}";
// Database password
$CONFIG->dbpass = "{{CONFIG_DBPASS}}";
// Database name
$CONFIG->dbname = "{{CONFIG_DBNAME}}";
// Database server
// (For most configurations, you can leave this as 'localhost')
$CONFIG->dbhost = "{{CONFIG_DBHOST}}";
// Database table prefix
// If you're sharing a database with other applications, you will want to use this
// to differentiate Elgg's tables.
$CONFIG->dbprefix = "{{CONFIG_DBPREFIX}}";
/*
* Multiple database connections
*
* Here you can set up multiple connections for reads and writes. To do this, uncomment out
* the lines below.
*/
/*
// Yes! We want to split reads and writes
$CONFIG->db->split = true;
// READS
// Database username
$CONFIG->db['read']->dbuser = "";
// Database password
$CONFIG->db['read']->dbpass = "";
// Database name
$CONFIG->db['read']->dbname = "";
// Database server
// (For most configurations, you can leave this as 'localhost')
$CONFIG->db['read']->dbhost = "localhost";
// WRITES
// Database username
$CONFIG->db['write']->dbuser = "";
// Database password
$CONFIG->db['write']->dbpass = "";
// Database name
$CONFIG->db['write']->dbname = "";
// Database server
// (For most configurations, you can leave this as 'localhost')
$CONFIG->db['write']->dbhost = "localhost";
*/
/*
* For extra connections for both reads and writes, you can turn both
* $CONFIG->db['read'] and $CONFIG->db['write'] into an array, eg:
*
* $CONFIG->db['read'][0]->dbhost = "localhost";
*
* Note that the array keys must be numeric and consecutive, i.e., they start
* at 0, the next one must be at 1, etc.
*/
/**
* Url - I am not sure if this will be here ?
**/
// URL
$CONFIG->url = "";
?>
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