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[DEFAULT]
# bind_ip = 0.0.0.0
bind_port = 6200
# bind_timeout = 30
# backlog = 4096
# user = swift
# swift_dir = /etc/swift
# devices = /srv/node
# mount_check = true
# disable_fallocate = false
# expiring_objects_container_divisor = 86400
# expiring_objects_account_name = expiring_objects
#
# Use an integer to override the number of pre-forked processes that will
# accept connections. NOTE: if servers_per_port is set, this setting is
# ignored.
# workers = auto
#
# Make object-server run this many worker processes per unique port of "local"
# ring devices across all storage policies. The default value of 0 disables this
# feature.
# servers_per_port = 0
#
# Maximum concurrent requests per worker
# max_clients = 1024
#
# You can specify default log routing here if you want:
# log_name = swift
# log_facility = LOG_LOCAL0
# log_level = INFO
# log_address = /dev/log
# The following caps the length of log lines to the value given; no limit if
# set to 0, the default.
# log_max_line_length = 0
#
# comma separated list of functions to call to setup custom log handlers.
# functions get passed: conf, name, log_to_console, log_route, fmt, logger,
# adapted_logger
# log_custom_handlers =
#
# If set, log_udp_host will override log_address
# log_udp_host =
# log_udp_port = 514
#
# You can enable StatsD logging here:
# log_statsd_host =
# log_statsd_port = 8125
# log_statsd_default_sample_rate = 1.0
# log_statsd_sample_rate_factor = 1.0
# log_statsd_metric_prefix =
#
# eventlet_debug = false
#
# You can set fallocate_reserve to the number of bytes or percentage of disk
# space you'd like fallocate to reserve, whether there is space for the given
# file size or not. Percentage will be used if the value ends with a '%'.
# fallocate_reserve = 1%
#
# Time to wait while attempting to connect to another backend node.
# conn_timeout = 0.5
# Time to wait while sending each chunk of data to another backend node.
# node_timeout = 3
# Time to wait while sending a container update on object update.
# container_update_timeout = 1.0
# Time to wait while receiving each chunk of data from a client or another
# backend node.
# client_timeout = 60
#
# network_chunk_size = 65536
# disk_chunk_size = 65536
#
# You can set scheduling priority of processes. Niceness values range from -20
# (most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
# nice_priority =
#
# You can set I/O scheduling class and priority of processes. I/O niceness
# class values are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and
# IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle). I/O niceness priority is a number which goes from
# 0 to 7. The higher the value, the lower the I/O priority of the process.
# Work only with ionice_class.
# ionice_class =
# ionice_priority =
[pipeline:main]
pipeline = healthcheck recon object-server
[app:object-server]
use = egg:swift#object
# You can override the default log routing for this app here:
# set log_name = object-server
# set log_facility = LOG_LOCAL0
# set log_level = INFO
# set log_requests = true
# set log_address = /dev/log
#
# max_upload_time = 86400
#
# slow is the total amount of seconds an object PUT/DELETE request takes at
# least. If it is faster, the object server will sleep this amount of time minus
# the already passed transaction time. This is only useful for simulating slow
# devices on storage nodes during testing and development.
# slow = 0
#
# Objects smaller than this are not evicted from the buffercache once read
# keep_cache_size = 5242880
#
# If true, objects for authenticated GET requests may be kept in buffer cache
# if small enough
# keep_cache_private = false
#
# on PUTs, sync data every n MB
# mb_per_sync = 512
#
# Comma separated list of headers that can be set in metadata on an object.
# This list is in addition to X-Object-Meta-* headers and cannot include
# Content-Type, etag, Content-Length, or deleted
# allowed_headers = Content-Disposition, Content-Encoding, X-Delete-At, X-Object-Manifest, X-Static-Large-Object
#
# auto_create_account_prefix = .
#
# Configure parameter for creating specific server
# To handle all verbs, including replication verbs, do not specify
# "replication_server" (this is the default). To only handle replication,
# set to a True value (e.g. "True" or "1"). To handle only non-replication
# verbs, set to "False". Unless you have a separate replication network, you
# should not specify any value for "replication_server".
# replication_server = false
#
# Set to restrict the number of concurrent incoming SSYNC requests
# Set to 0 for unlimited
# Note that SSYNC requests are only used by the object reconstructor or the
# object replicator when configured to use ssync.
# replication_concurrency = 4
#
# Restricts incoming SSYNC requests to one per device,
# replication_currency above allowing. This can help control I/O to each
# device, but you may wish to set this to False to allow multiple SSYNC
# requests (up to the above replication_concurrency setting) per device.
# replication_one_per_device = True
#
# Number of seconds to wait for an existing replication device lock before
# giving up.
# replication_lock_timeout = 15
#
# These next two settings control when the SSYNC subrequest handler will
# abort an incoming SSYNC attempt. An abort will occur if there are at
# least threshold number of failures and the value of failures / successes
# exceeds the ratio. The defaults of 100 and 1.0 means that at least 100
# failures have to occur and there have to be more failures than successes for
# an abort to occur.
# replication_failure_threshold = 100
# replication_failure_ratio = 1.0
#
# Use splice() for zero-copy object GETs. This requires Linux kernel
# version 3.0 or greater. If you set "splice = yes" but the kernel
# does not support it, error messages will appear in the object server
# logs at startup, but your object servers should continue to function.
#
# splice = no
#
# You can set scheduling priority of processes. Niceness values range from -20
# (most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
# nice_priority =
#
# You can set I/O scheduling class and priority of processes. I/O niceness
# class values are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and
# IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle). I/O niceness priority is a number which goes from
# 0 to 7. The higher the value, the lower the I/O priority of the process.
# Work only with ionice_class.
# ionice_class =
# ionice_priority =
[filter:healthcheck]
use = egg:swift#healthcheck
# An optional filesystem path, which if present, will cause the healthcheck
# URL to return "503 Service Unavailable" with a body of "DISABLED BY FILE"
# disable_path =
[filter:recon]
use = egg:swift#recon
#recon_cache_path = /var/cache/swift
#recon_lock_path = /var/lock
[object-replicator]
# You can override the default log routing for this app here (don't use set!):
# log_name = object-replicator
# log_facility = LOG_LOCAL0
# log_level = INFO
# log_address = /dev/log
#
# daemonize = on
#
# Time in seconds to wait between replication passes
# interval = 30
# run_pause is deprecated, use interval instead
# run_pause = 30
#
# concurrency = 1
# stats_interval = 300
#
# default is rsync, alternative is ssync
# sync_method = rsync
#
# max duration of a partition rsync
# rsync_timeout = 900
#
# bandwidth limit for rsync in kB/s. 0 means unlimited
# rsync_bwlimit = 0
#
# passed to rsync for io op timeout
# rsync_io_timeout = 30
#
# Allow rsync to compress data which is transmitted to destination node
# during sync. However, this is applicable only when destination node is in
# a different region than the local one.
# NOTE: Objects that are already compressed (for example: .tar.gz, .mp3) might
# slow down the syncing process.
# rsync_compress = no
#
# Format of the rsync module where the replicator will send data. See
# etc/rsyncd.conf-sample for some usage examples.
# rsync_module = {replication_ip}::object
#
# node_timeout = <whatever's in the DEFAULT section or 10>
# max duration of an http request; this is for REPLICATE finalization calls and
# so should be longer than node_timeout
# http_timeout = 60
#
# attempts to kill all workers if nothing replicates for lockup_timeout seconds
# lockup_timeout = 1800
#
# The replicator also performs reclamation
# reclaim_age = 604800
#
# ring_check_interval = 15
# recon_cache_path = /var/cache/swift
#
# limits how long rsync error log lines are
# 0 means to log the entire line
# rsync_error_log_line_length = 0
#
# handoffs_first and handoff_delete are options for a special case
# such as disk full in the cluster. These two options SHOULD NOT BE
# CHANGED, except for such an extreme situations. (e.g. disks filled up
# or are about to fill up. Anyway, DO NOT let your drives fill up)
# handoffs_first is the flag to replicate handoffs prior to canonical
# partitions. It allows to force syncing and deleting handoffs quickly.
# If set to a True value(e.g. "True" or "1"), partitions
# that are not supposed to be on the node will be replicated first.
# handoffs_first = False
#
# handoff_delete is the number of replicas which are ensured in swift.
# If the number less than the number of replicas is set, object-replicator
# could delete local handoffs even if all replicas are not ensured in the
# cluster. Object-replicator would remove local handoff partition directories
# after syncing partition when the number of successful responses is greater
# than or equal to this number. By default(auto), handoff partitions will be
# removed when it has successfully replicated to all the canonical nodes.
# handoff_delete = auto
#
# You can set scheduling priority of processes. Niceness values range from -20
# (most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
# nice_priority =
#
# You can set I/O scheduling class and priority of processes. I/O niceness
# class values are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and
# IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle). I/O niceness priority is a number which goes from
# 0 to 7. The higher the value, the lower the I/O priority of the process.
# Work only with ionice_class.
# ionice_class =
# ionice_priority =
[object-reconstructor]
# You can override the default log routing for this app here (don't use set!):
# Unless otherwise noted, each setting below has the same meaning as described
# in the [object-replicator] section, however these settings apply to the EC
# reconstructor
#
# log_name = object-reconstructor
# log_facility = LOG_LOCAL0
# log_level = INFO
# log_address = /dev/log
#
# daemonize = on
#
# Time in seconds to wait between reconstruction passes
# interval = 30
# run_pause is deprecated, use interval instead
# run_pause = 30
#
# concurrency = 1
# stats_interval = 300
# node_timeout = 10
# http_timeout = 60
# lockup_timeout = 1800
# reclaim_age = 604800
# ring_check_interval = 15
# recon_cache_path = /var/cache/swift
# handoffs_first = False
#
# You can set scheduling priority of processes. Niceness values range from -20
# (most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
# nice_priority =
#
# You can set I/O scheduling class and priority of processes. I/O niceness
# class values are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and
# IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle). I/O niceness priority is a number which goes from
# 0 to 7. The higher the value, the lower the I/O priority of the process.
# Work only with ionice_class.
# ionice_class =
# ionice_priority =
[object-updater]
# You can override the default log routing for this app here (don't use set!):
# log_name = object-updater
# log_facility = LOG_LOCAL0
# log_level = INFO
# log_address = /dev/log
#
# interval = 300
# concurrency = 1
# node_timeout = <whatever's in the DEFAULT section or 10>
# slowdown will sleep that amount between objects
# slowdown = 0.01
#
# recon_cache_path = /var/cache/swift
#
# You can set scheduling priority of processes. Niceness values range from -20
# (most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
# nice_priority =
#
# You can set I/O scheduling class and priority of processes. I/O niceness
# class values are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and
# IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle). I/O niceness priority is a number which goes from
# 0 to 7. The higher the value, the lower the I/O priority of the process.
# Work only with ionice_class.
# ionice_class =
# ionice_priority =
[object-auditor]
# You can override the default log routing for this app here (don't use set!):
# log_name = object-auditor
# log_facility = LOG_LOCAL0
# log_level = INFO
# log_address = /dev/log
#
# Time in seconds to wait between auditor passes
# interval = 30
#
# You can set the disk chunk size that the auditor uses making it larger if
# you like for more efficient local auditing of larger objects
# disk_chunk_size = 65536
# files_per_second = 20
# concurrency = 1
# bytes_per_second = 10000000
# log_time = 3600
# zero_byte_files_per_second = 50
# recon_cache_path = /var/cache/swift
# Takes a comma separated list of ints. If set, the object auditor will
# increment a counter for every object whose size is <= to the given break
# points and report the result after a full scan.
# object_size_stats =
#
# You can set scheduling priority of processes. Niceness values range from -20
# (most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
# nice_priority =
#
# You can set I/O scheduling class and priority of processes. I/O niceness
# class values are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and
# IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle). I/O niceness priority is a number which goes from
# 0 to 7. The higher the value, the lower the I/O priority of the process.
# Work only with ionice_class.
# ionice_class =
# ionice_priority =
# The auditor will cleanup old rsync tempfiles after they are "old
# enough" to delete. You can configure the time elapsed in seconds
# before rsync tempfiles will be unlinked, or the default value of
# "auto" try to use object-replicator's rsync_timeout + 900 and fallback
# to 86400 (1 day).
# rsync_tempfile_timeout = auto
# Note: Put it at the beginning of the pipleline to profile all middleware. But
# it is safer to put this after healthcheck.
[filter:xprofile]
use = egg:swift#xprofile
# This option enable you to switch profilers which should inherit from python
# standard profiler. Currently the supported value can be 'cProfile',
# 'eventlet.green.profile' etc.
# profile_module = eventlet.green.profile
#
# This prefix will be used to combine process ID and timestamp to name the
# profile data file. Make sure the executing user has permission to write
# into this path (missing path segments will be created, if necessary).
# If you enable profiling in more than one type of daemon, you must override
# it with an unique value like: /var/log/swift/profile/object.profile
# log_filename_prefix = /tmp/log/swift/profile/default.profile
#
# the profile data will be dumped to local disk based on above naming rule
# in this interval.
# dump_interval = 5.0
#
# Be careful, this option will enable profiler to dump data into the file with
# time stamp which means there will be lots of files piled up in the directory.
# dump_timestamp = false
#
# This is the path of the URL to access the mini web UI.
# path = /__profile__
#
# Clear the data when the wsgi server shutdown.
# flush_at_shutdown = false
#
# unwind the iterator of applications
# unwind = false