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## Note that the options that require a file name, must not contain absolute
## paths. They are relative to the specified --homedir, which defaults to
## ~/.pyzor
## All of these options are overridable from the respective command-line
## arguments.
## The client section only affects the pyzor client.
[client]
## The `ServersFile` must contain a newline-separated list of server
## addresses to report/whitelist/check with.
# ServersFile = servers
## The `AccountsFile` file containing information about accounts on servers.
# AccountsFile = accounts
## This option specifies the name of the log file.
# LogFile =
## The `LocaWhitelist` file containing skipped digests.
# LocalWhitelist = whitelist
## This options specifies the number of seconds that the pyzor client should
## wait for a response from the server before timing out.
# Timeout = 5
## This options specifies the input style of the pyzor client. Current options
## are:
## - msg (individual RFC5321 message)
## - mbox (mbox file of messages)
## - digests (Pyzor digests, one per line)
# Style = msg
## Thes options specify the threshold for number of reports/whitelists.
## According to these thresholds the pyzor client exit code will differ.
# ReportThreshold = 0
# WhitelistThreshold = 0
## The server section only affects the pyzord server.
[server]
## Specifes the port and interface to listen on.
# Port = 24441
# ListenAddress = 0.0.0.0
## This option specifies the name of the log file.
# LogFile =
## This option specifies the name of the usage log file.
# UsageLogFile =
## This file will contain the PID of the pyzord daemon, when the it's
## started with the --detach options. The file is removed when the daemon is
## closed
# PidFile = pyzord.pid
## This file must contain the username and their keys
# PasswdFile = pyzord.passwd
## This file defines the ACL for the users
# AccessFile = pyzord.access
## If set to True then use the gevent library.
# Gevent = False
## These settings define the storage engine that the pyzord server should use.
## Example for gdbm (default):
# Engine = gdbm
# DigestDB = pyzord.db
## Example for mysql:
# Engine = mysql
# DigestDB = localhost,user,passwd,pyzor_db,pyzor_table
## Example for redis:
# Engine = redis
# DigestDB = localhost,6379,,0
## Or if a password is required
# DigestDB = localhost,6379,passwd,0
## The maximum age of an record, after which it will be removed.
## To disable this set this to 0.
# CleanupAge = 10368000 # aprox 4 months
## These setting define how and if the pyzord server should use concurrency
## For pre-forking
# PreFork = 0 # disabled
## For multi-threading:
# Threads = False
# MaxThreads = 0 # unlimited
# DBConnections = 0 # new connection for each request
## For multi-processing:
# Processes = False
# MaxProcesses = 40