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# This is the config file for Yanic written in "Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language."
# syntax: https://github.com/toml-lang/toml
# (if you need something multiple times, checkout out the [[array of table]] section)
# Send respondd request to update information
[respondd]
enable = true
# Delay startup until a multiple of the period since zero time
synchronize = "1m"
# how often request per multicast
collect_interval = "1m"
# table of a site to save stats for (not exists for global only)
#[respondd.sites.example]
## list of domains on this site to save stats for (empty for global only)
#domains = []
## example
[respondd.sites.ffhb]
domains = ["city"]
# interface that has an IP in your mesh network
[[respondd.interfaces]]
# name of interface on which this collector is running
ifname = "br-ffhb"
# ip address which is used for sending
# (optional - without definition used a address of ifname - preferred link local)
ip_address = "fd2f:5119:f2d::5"
# disable sending multicast respondd request
# (for receiving only respondd packages e.g. database respondd)
#send_no_request = false
# multicast address to destination of respondd
# (optional - without definition used default ff05::2:1001)
#multicast_address = "ff02::2:1001"
# define a port to listen
# if not set or set to 0 the kernel will use a random free port at its own
#port = 10001
# A little build-in webserver, which statically serves a directory.
# This is useful for testing purposes or for a little standalone installation.
[webserver]
enable = false
bind = "127.0.0.1:8080"
webroot = "/var/www/html/meshviewer"
[nodes]
# Cache file
# a json file to cache all data collected directly from respondd
state_path = "/var/lib/yanic/state.json"
# prune data in RAM, cache-file and output json files (i.e. nodes.json)
# that were inactive for longer than
prune_after = "7d"
# Export nodes and graph periodically
save_interval = "5s"
# Set node to offline if not seen within this period
offline_after = "10m"
## [[nodes.output.example]]
# Each output format has its own config block and needs to be enabled by adding:
#enable = true
#
# For each output format there can be set different filters
#[nodes.output.example.filter]
#
# WARNING: if it is not set, it will publish contact information of other persons
# Set to true, if you did not want the json files to contain the owner information
#no_owner = true
#
# List of nodeids of nodes that should be filtered out, so they won't appear in output
#blacklist = ["00112233445566", "1337f0badead"]
#
# List of site_codes of nodes that should be included in the output
#sites = ["ffhb"]
#
# replace the site_code with the domain_code in this output
# e.g. site_code='ffhb',domain_code='city' => site_code='city', domain_code=''
#domain_as_site = true
#
# append on the site_code the domain_code with a '.' in this output
# e.g. site_code='ffhb',domain_code='city' => site_code='ffhb.city', domain_code=''
#domain_append_site = true
#
# set has_location to true if you want to include only nodes that have geo-coordinates set
# (setting this to false has no sensible effect, unless you'd want to hide nodes that have coordinates)
#has_location = true
#[nodes.output.example.filter.in_area]
# nodes outside this area are not shown on the map but are still listed as a node without coordinates
#latitude_min = 34.30
#latitude_max = 71.85
#longitude_min = -24.96
#longitude_max = 39.72
# outputs all nodes as points into nodes.geojson
[[nodes.output.geojson]]
enable = true
path = "/var/www/html/meshviewer/data/nodes.geojson"
# definition for the new more compressed meshviewer.json
[[nodes.output.meshviewer-ffrgb]]
enable = true
path = "/var/www/html/meshviewer/data/meshviewer.json"
[nodes.output.meshviewer-ffrgb.filter]
# WARNING: if it is not set, it will publish contact information of other persons
no_owner = false
#blacklist = ["00112233445566", "1337f0badead"]
#sites = ["ffhb"]
#has_location = true
#[nodes.output.meshviewer-ffrgb.filter.in_area]
#latitude_min = 34.30
#latitude_max = 71.85
#longitude_min = -24.96
#longitude_max = 39.72
# definition for nodes.json
[[nodes.output.meshviewer]]
enable = false
# The structure version of the output which should be generated (i.e. nodes.json)
# version 1 is accepted by the legacy meshviewer (which is the master branch)
# i.e. https://github.com/ffnord/meshviewer/tree/master
# version 2 is accepted by the new versions of meshviewer (which are in the legacy develop branch or newer)
# i.e. https://github.com/ffnord/meshviewer/tree/dev
# https://github.com/ffrgb/meshviewer/tree/develop
version = 2
# path where to store nodes.json
nodes_path = "/var/www/html/meshviewer/data/nodes.json"
# path where to store graph.json
graph_path = "/var/www/html/meshviewer/data/graph.json"
[nodes.output.meshviewer.filter]
# WARNING: if it is not set, it will publish contact information of other persons
no_owner = true
# definition for nodelist.json
[[nodes.output.nodelist]]
enable = true
path = "/var/www/html/meshviewer/data/nodelist.json"
[nodes.output.nodelist.filter]
# WARNING: if it is not set, it will publish contact information of other persons
no_owner = true
[database]
# this will send delete commands to the database to prune data
# which is older than:
delete_after = "7d"
# how often run the cleaning
delete_interval = "1h"
## [[database.connection.example]]
# Each database-connection has its own config block and needs to be enabled by adding:
#enable = true
# Save collected data to InfluxDB.
# There are the following measurments:
# node: store node specific data i.e. clients memory, airtime
# global: store global data, i.e. count of clients and nodes
# firmware: store the count of nodes tagged with firmware
# model: store the count of nodes tagged with hardware model
[[database.connection.influxdb]]
enable = false
address = "http://localhost:8086"
database = "ffhb"
username = ""
password = ""
# Tagging of the data (optional)
[database.connection.influxdb.tags]
# Tags used by Yanic would override the tags from this config
# nodeid, hostname, owner, model, firmware_base, firmware_release,frequency11g and frequency11a are tags which are already used
#tagname1 = "tagvalue 1"
# some useful e.g.:
#system = "productive"
#site = "ffhb"
# Graphite settings
[[database.connection.graphite]]
enable = false
address = "localhost:2003"
# Graphite is replacing every "." in the metric name with a slash "/" and uses
# that for the file system hierarchy it generates. it is recommended to at least
# move the metrics out of the root namespace (that would be the empty prefix).
# If you only intend to run one community and only freifunk on your graphite node
# then the prefix can be set to anything (including the empty string) since you
# probably wont care much about "polluting" the namespace.
prefix = "freifunk"
# respondd (yanic)
# forward collected respondd package to a address
# (e.g. to another respondd collector like a central yanic instance or hopglass)
[[database.connection.respondd]]
enable = false
# type of network to create a connection
type = "udp6"
# destination address to connect/send respondd package
address = "stats.bremen.freifunk.net:11001"
# Logging
[[database.connection.logging]]
enable = false
path = "/var/log/yanic.log"
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