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;
; zfswatcher.conf
;
; Copyright © 2012-2013 Damicon Kraa Oy
;
; This file is part of zfswatcher.
;
; Zfswatcher is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
; (at your option) any later version.
;
; Zfswatcher is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
; GNU General Public License for more details.
;
; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
; along with zfswatcher. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;
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;
; The general syntax of this file is the same as Git configuration file
; syntax which is documented in git-config(1). It is very similar to the
; traditional INI file syntax.
;
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; The "main" section is used to define the core settings of zfswatcher.
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[main]
;
; The interval for running "zpool status" command, specified in seconds:
zpoolstatusrefresh = 5
;
; The command for getting zpool status output:
zpoolstatuscmd = "/sbin/zpool status"
;
; The interval for running "zfs list" command, specified in seconds:
zfslistrefresh = 30
;
; The command for getting "zfs list" output for overall pool space usage:
zfslistcmd = "/sbin/zfs list -H -o name,avail,used,usedsnap,usedds,usedrefreserv,usedchild,refer,mountpoint -d 0"
;
; The command for getting "zfs list" output for pool specific space usage
; (this is only used by the web interface):
zfslistusagecmd = "/sbin/zfs list -H -o name,avail,used,usedsnap,usedds,usedrefreserv,usedchild,refer,mountpoint -r -t all"
;
; Location where we write a pid file if desired:
pidfile = /var/run/zfswatcher.pid
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; The "severity" section maps various ZFS states to syslog severity levels.
;
; The following severity levels are supported (listed with decreasing
; importance): emerg, alert, crit, err, warning, notice, info, debug
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[severity]
;
; A map which defines severity levels based on ZFS overall pool
; state information:
poolstatemap = OFFLINE:info REMOVED:crit FAULTED:alert SPLIT:info \
UNAVAIL:alert DEGRADED:crit ONLINE:info UNKNOWN:alert
;
; The severity of notifications about added ZFS pools:
pooladded = notice
;
; The severity of notifications about removed ZFS pools:
poolremoved = notice
;
; The severity of notifications about ZFS pool "status" text changes:
poolstatuschanged = err
;
; The severity of notifications about cleared ZFS pool "status" text:
poolstatuscleared = notice
;
; The severity of notifications about changed ZFS pool "errors" text:
poolerrorschanged = err
;
; A map of severity levels based on ZFS component device states:
devstatemap = OFFLINE:info REMOVED:err FAULTED:err SPLIT:info UNAVAIL:err \
DEGRADED:err ONLINE:info UNKNOWN:err INUSE:err AVAIL:info
;
; The severity of notifications about added pool devices:
devadded = notice
;
; The severity of notifications about removed pool devices:
devremoved = notice
;
; The severity of notifications about pool device read errors:
devreaderrorsincreased = err
;
; The severity of notifications about pool device write errors:
devwriteerrorsincreased = err
;
; The severity of notifications about pool device checksum errors:
devcksumerrorsincreased = err
;
; The severity of notifications about pool device "additional info" text
; changes (for example "(resilvering)"):
devadditionalinfochanged = notice
;
; The severity of notifications about cleared pool device "additional info"
; text:
devadditionalinfocleared = notice
;
; Notifications when disk usage reaches defined levels. Several levels
; can be defined. Disable disk space checking by commenting. This
; setting also affects the web interface used space bar colours together
; with www.usedstatecssclassmap.
usedspace = 80%:info 85%:notice 90%:err 95%:crit
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; The "leds" section contains settings related to enclosure LED control.
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[leds]
;
; Whether the enclosure LED management should be enabled or not:
enable = false
;
; The external "ledctl" command (distributed as a part of "ledmon" package):
ledctlcmd = /usr/sbin/ledctl
;
; The following maps device states to IBPI blinking patterns.
; Possible pattern names are: normal, locate, fail, rebuild, rebuild_p,
; rebuild_s, pfa, hotspare, critical_array, failed_array
; (Supported patterns depends on the used enclosure.)
devstatemap = OFFLINE:fail REMOVED:fail FAULTED:fail SPLIT:normal \
UNAVAIL:fail DEGRADED:fail ONLINE:normal UNKNOWN:fail INUSE:normal \
AVAIL:normal
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; The "logfile" section(s) define file based logging destinations.
; Multiple "logfile" sections with different parameters may be defined by
; using different profile names (in quotes after the section name).
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[logfile "main"]
;
; Whether this logging destination should be enabled or not:
enable = true
;
; Which message severity levels to include in this logging destination:
level = debug
;
; The path name of the log file:
file = /var/log/zfswatcher.log
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; The "syslog" section(s) define syslog(3) based logging destinations.
; Multiple "syslog" sections with different parameters may be defined by
; using different profile names (in quotes after the section name).
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[syslog "main"]
;
; Whether this logging destination should be enabled or not:
enable = true
;
; Which message severity levels to include in this logging destination:
level = info
;
; Which syslog facility code to use for this logging destination:
; (Facility codes: kern, user, mail, daemon, auth, syslog, lpr, news, uucp,
; cron, authpriv, ftp, local0, local1, local2, local3, local4, local5,
; local6, local7)
facility = daemon
;
; The syslog output socket destination. This may be a local UNIX socket
; such as "/dev/log" or a remote UDP socket listed with IP address or
; DNS host name followed by a colon and a port number.
;server = 192.0.2.1:514
;server = localhost:514
server = /dev/log
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; The "email" section(s) define SMTP email based logging destinations.
; Multiple "email" sections with different parameters may be defined by
; using different profile names (in quotes after the section name).
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[email "main"]
;
; Whether this logging destination should be enabled or not:
enable = false
;
; Which message severity levels to include in this logging destination:
level = err
;
; The SMTP server name or IP address followed by a colon and a port number:
;server = localhost:587
;server = 192.0.2.1:25
server = smtp.example.com:587
;
; The username and password if the SMTP server requires them for
; authentication:
;username = exampleuser
;password = supersecret
;
; "From" address for notification messages:
from = zfswatcher@example.com
;
; "To" address(es) for notification messages (several addresses can
; be listed, separated by spaces):
to = root@example.net sysadm@example.org
;
; The "Subject" of notification messages (the severity level is
; automatically appended at the end):
subject = "zfswatcher notification"
;
; The time to wait (in seconds) between consecutive e-mail messages
; (prevents flooding too many e-mails if there are many errors within
; a short period of time):
throttle = 60
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; The "www" section defines settings for the internal web interface.
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[www]
;
; Whether the web server should be enabled or not:
enable = false
;
; Which message severity levels to include in the web interface log display:
level = debug
;
; The size of the web interface log buffer (how many last messages to
; keep available through the web interface):
logbuffer = 1000
;
; The web server listening address (IP address followed by a colon and
; a port number, often the IP address is omitted and in that case
; the server listens on all interfaces):
bind = :80
;
; Enable the following to use a TLS listener:
;certfile = /some/path/cert.pem
;keyfile = /some/path/key.pem
;
; The directory which contains the web server templates:
templatedir = /usr/share/zfswatcher/www/templates
;
; The directory which contains static resources for the web interface
; (such as CSS, JS and image files which are referred from the templates):
resourcedir = /usr/share/zfswatcher/www/resources
;
;
; The following maps log severity levels to CSS class names for the
; web interface (for highlighting important messages, the available class
; names depend on the CSS template):
severitycssclassmap = emerg:error alert:error crit:error err:warning \
warning:warning notice:info info: debug:
;
; The following maps pool states to CSS class names for the web interface:
poolstatecssclassmap = OFFLINE:text-warning REMOVED:text-error \
FAULTED:text-error SPLIT:text-info UNAVAIL:text-error \
DEGRADED:text-warning ONLINE:text-success UNKNOWN:text-error
;
; The following maps device states to CSS class names for the web interface:
devstatecssclassmap = OFFLINE:text-warning REMOVED:text-error \
FAULTED:text-error SPLIT:text-info UNAVAIL:text-error \
DEGRADED:text-warning ONLINE:text-success UNKNOWN:text-error \
INUSE:text-warning AVAIL:text-muted
;
; The following maps pool usage severities to CSS classes for the dashboard
; used space bar display. The pseudo severity "none" can be used to specify
; the class when none of the usage levels specified in "usedspace" has
; been reached.
usedstatecssclassmap = none:bar-info info:bar-info notice:bar-warning \
err:bar-warning crit:bar-danger
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; The "wwwuser" sections define usernames and passwords for the web
; interface. The username is listed in quotes after the section name.
; Several users can be specified by repeating the section with different
; user names.
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[wwwuser "root"]
;
; Whether this user is enabled or not:
enable = true
;
; Password in MD5 crypt (salted hash) format (the hash can be produced
; with "mkpasswd -m md5" or "zfswatcher -P"):
password = $1$fNF5/E3q$TEYvY1AQae/7rzHQ5fVgD1 ; toor
[wwwuser "otheruser"]
enable = false
;password = $1$dlPL2MqE$oQmn16q49SqdmhenQuNgs1 ; hello
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; The end.
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