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# The directory where stone ridge is installed
root = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge
# Where pid files and such should go
run = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge/testroot/run
# Where processes should store their logs
logs = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge/testroot/logs
# Where the working directories live
work = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge/testroot/work
# Where the tests live
testroot = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge/tests
# Where we keep archives of the output
archives = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge/testroot/archives
# The host running RabbitMQ for us
mqhost = localhost
# The URL for clients to post emails to for sending
mailurl =
# True if we're running in unit test mode, missing or false otherwise
unittest = true
# The server that serves builds to the test client machines
server = localhost:8080
# The root directory of builds on the download server
root = srbuilds
# The IP of the machine that handles DNS for broadband tests
broadband =
# The IP of the machine that handles DNS for UMTS tests
umts =
# The IP of the machine that handles DNS for GSM tests
gsm =
# The server where build results live. Must support FTP and HTTP, just like
# ftp.m.o
host =
# The root path on the server where build results live
root = /pub/
# Where to place the downloaded build results
output = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge/testroot/srv/dl
# The maximum number of builds to keep around for re-testing purposes
keep = 50
# The maximum number of times to try to clone the build output before
# cancelling the job altogether
attempts = 6
# How long to wait between attempts at cloning (in seconds)
interval = 600
# Hostname of the datazilla server to report json files to
host =
# Project name on the datazilla server
project = stoneridge
# An OAuth key for authentication
# An OAuth secret for authentication
# How many old runs to keep on the client itself
keep = 50
# How long to wait for xpcshell before killing it, in seconds. The value below
# corresponds to 15 minutes
timeout = 900
# How long to wait for firefox before killing it, in seconds. The value below
# corresponds to 15 minutes
timeout = 900
# Where to keep the proxy database for windows queue entries
db = /Users/hurley/src/stoneridge/testroot/mqproxy.db
# What port to listen on for the server
port = 8888
# What URL the client should hit to get requests
url =
# The type of os this is running on, may be mac, linux, or windows
os = mac
# The platform to download builds for, as named by the firefox build
# process. May be linux64, linux32, mac, win64, or win32
download_platform = mac
# The file extension used by the firefox build process for the firefox
# package. May be tar.bz2 (linux), dmg (mac), or zip (win)
download_suffix = dmg
# The path in the exploded firefox package of the firefox binary. This is
# firefox for win and linux, and for mac
firefox_path =
# The name of the firefox binary, firefox for mac and linux, firefox.exe
# for windows
firefox = firefox
# The name of the xpcshell binary, xpcshell for mac and linux, xpcshell.exe
# for windows
xpcshell = xpcshell
# The MAC address of the interface that we want to dump traffic on
macaddr = 00:00:00:00:00:00
# The full path to the tcpdump executable
exe = /usr/sbin/tcpdump
# The network inteface to tcpdump on (this is the network interface that is
# connected to the test network)
interface = lo0
# These are the hosts that take care of running tcpdump for the clients
broadband =
umts =
gsm =
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