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<?php
/**
* This configuration file is only provided to document the different
* configuration options and their usage for the core system.
*
* DO NOT COMPLETELY BASE YOUR CONFIGURATION FILE ON THIS SAMPLE. THIS MAY BREAK
* YOUR INSTANCE. Instead, manually copy configuration switches that you
* consider important for your instance to your working `config.php`, and
* apply configuration options that are pertinent for your instance.
*
* This file is used to generate the configuration documentation.
* Please consider following requirements of the current parser:
* * all comments need to start with `/**` and end with ` *\/` - each on their
* own line
* * add a `@see CONFIG_INDEX` to copy a previously described config option
* also to this line
* * everything between the `*\/` and the next `/**` will be treated as the
* config option
* * use RST syntax
*/
$CONFIG = array(
/**
* Default Parameters
*
* These parameters are configured by the ownCloud installer, and are required
* for your ownCloud server to operate.
*/
/**
* This is a unique identifier for your ownCloud installation, created
* automatically by the installer. This example is for documentation only,
* and you should never use it because it will not work. A valid `instanceid`
* is created when you install ownCloud. Needs to start with a letter.
*
* 'instanceid' => 'd3c944a9a',
*/
'instanceid' => '',
/**
* The salt used to hash all passwords, auto-generated by the ownCloud
* installer. (There are also per-user salts.) If you lose this salt you lose
* all your passwords. This example is for documentation only, and you should
* never use it.
*
* @deprecated This salt is deprecated and only used for legacy-compatibility,
* developers should *NOT* use this value for anything nowadays.
*
* 'passwordsalt' => 'd3c944a9af095aa08f',
*/
'passwordsalt' => '',
/**
* Your list of trusted domains that users can log into. Specifying trusted
* domains prevents host header poisoning. Do not remove this, as it performs
* necessary security checks. Please consider that for backend processes like
* background jobs or occ commands, the url parameter in key `overwrite.cli.url`
* is used. For more details please see that key.
*/
'trusted_domains' =>
array (
'demo.example.org',
'otherdomain.example.org',
),
/**
* The global list of CORS domains. All users can use tools running CORS
* requests from the listed domains.
*/
'cors.allowed-domains' => [
'https://foo.example.org',
],
/**
* Where user files are stored; this defaults to `data/` in the ownCloud
* directory. The SQLite database is also stored here, when you use SQLite.
* (SQLite is not available in ownCloud Enterprise Edition)
*/
'datadirectory' => '/var/www/owncloud/data',
/**
* The current version number of your ownCloud installation. This is set up
* during installation and update, so you shouldn't need to change it.
*/
'version' => '',
/**
* While hardening an ownCloud instance hiding the version information in status.php
* can be a legitimate step. Please consult the documentation before enabling this.
*/
'version.hide' => false,
/**
* Optionally, show the hostname of the server in status.php. Defaults to hidden
*/
'show_server_hostname' => false,
/**
* Optionally, use the short hostname in the status.php.
* Defaults to use the gethostname() return value.
*/
'use_relative_domain_name' => false,
/**
* Identifies the database used with this installation. See also config option
* `supportedDatabases`
*
* Available:
* - sqlite (SQLite3 - Not in Enterprise Edition)
* - mysql (MySQL/MariaDB)
* - pgsql (PostgreSQL)
* - oci (Oracle - Enterprise Edition Only)
*/
'dbtype' => 'sqlite',
/**
* Your host server name, for example `localhost`, `hostname`,
* `hostname.example.com`, or the IP address. To specify a port use
* `hostname:####`; to specify a Unix socket use
* `localhost:/path/to/socket`.
*/
'dbhost' => '',
/**
* The name of the ownCloud database, which is set during installation. You
* should not need to change this.
*/
'dbname' => 'owncloud',
/**
* The user that ownCloud uses to write to the database. This must be unique
* across ownCloud instances using the same SQL database. This is set up during
* installation, so you shouldn't need to change it.
*/
'dbuser' => '',
/**
* The password for the database user. This is set up during installation, so
* you shouldn't need to change it.
*/
'dbpassword' => '',
/**
* Prefix for the ownCloud tables in the database.
*/
'dbtableprefix' => '',
/**
* Indicates whether the ownCloud instance was installed successfully; `true`
* indicates a successful installation, and `false` indicates an unsuccessful
* installation.
*/
'installed' => false,
/**
* User Experience
*
* These optional parameters control some aspects of the user interface. Default
* values, where present, are shown.
*/
/**
* This sets the default language on your ownCloud server, using ISO_639-1
* language codes such as `en` for English, `de` for German, and `fr` for
* French. It overrides automatic language detection on public pages like login
* or shared items. User's language preferences configured under "personal ->
* language" override this setting after they have logged in.
*/
'default_language' => 'en_GB',
/**
* Set the default app to open on login. Use the app names as they appear in the
* URL after clicking them in the Apps menu, such as documents, calendar, and
* gallery. You can use a comma-separated list of app names, so if the first
* app is not enabled for a user then ownCloud will try the second one, and so
* on. If no enabled apps are found it defaults to the Files app.
*/
'defaultapp' => 'files',
/**
* `true` enables the Help menu item in the user menu (top right of the
* ownCloud Web interface). `false` removes the help item.
*/
'knowledgebaseenabled' => true,
/**
* `true` enables avatars, or user profile photos. These appear on the User
* page, on user's Personal pages and are used by some apps (contacts, mail,
* etc). `false` disables them.
*/
'enable_avatars' => true,
/**
* `true` allows users to change their display names (on their Personal
* pages), and `false` prevents them from changing their display names.
*/
'allow_user_to_change_display_name' => true,
/**
* Lifetime of the remember login cookie, which is set when the user clicks the
* `remember` checkbox on the login screen. The default is 15 days, expressed
* in seconds.
*/
'remember_login_cookie_lifetime' => 60*60*24*15,
/**
* The lifetime of a session after inactivity; the default is 24 hours,
* expressed in seconds.
*/
'session_lifetime' => 60 * 60 * 24,
/**
* Enable or disable session keep-alive when a user is logged in to the Web UI.
* Enabling this sends a "heartbeat" to the server to keep it from timing out.
*/
'session_keepalive' => true,
/**
* Enforces token only authentication for apps and clients connecting to ownCloud.
* If enabled, all access requests using the users password are blocked for enhanced security.
* Users have to generate special app-passwords (tokens) for their apps or clients in their personal
* settings which are further used for app or client authentication. Browser logon is not affected.
*/
'token_auth_enforced' => false,
/**
* Allows to specify additional login buttons on the logon screen for e.g. SSO integration
* 'login.alternatives' => [
* ['href' => 'https://www.testshib.org/Shibboleth.sso/ProtectNetwork?target=https%3A%2F%2Fmy.owncloud.tld%2Flogin%2Fsso-saml%2F', 'name' => 'ProtectNetwork', 'img' => '/img/PN_sign-in.gif'],
* ['href' => 'https://www.testshib.org/Shibboleth.sso/OpenIdP.org?target=https%3A%2F%2Fmy.owncloud.tld%2Flogin%2Fsso-saml%2F', 'name' => 'OpenIdP.org', 'img' => '/img/openidp.png'],
* ]
*/
'login.alternatives' => [],
/**
* Disable ownCloud's built-in CSRF protection mechanism.
*
* In some specific setups CSRF protection is handled in the environment, e.g.,
* running F5 ASM. In these cases the built-in mechanism is not needed and can be disabled.
* Generally speaking, however, this config switch should be left unchanged.
*
* WARNING: leave this as is if you're not sure what it does
*/
'csrf.disabled' => false,
/**
* The directory where the skeleton files are located. These files will be
* copied to the data directory of new users. Leave empty to not copy any
* skeleton files.
*/
'skeletondirectory' => '/path/to/owncloud/core/skeleton',
/**
* The `user_backends` app (which needs to be enabled first) allows you to
* configure alternate authentication backends. Supported backends are:
* IMAP (OC_User_IMAP), SMB (OC_User_SMB), and FTP (OC_User_FTP).
*/
'user_backends' => array(
array(
'class' => 'OC_User_IMAP',
'arguments' => array('{imap.gmail.com:993/imap/ssl}INBOX')
)
),
/**
* If your user backend does not allow password resets (e.g. when it's a read-only
* user backend like LDAP), you can specify a custom link, where the user is
* redirected to, when clicking the "reset password" link after a failed login-attempt.
* In case you do not want to provide any link, replace the url with 'disabled'
*/
'lost_password_link' => 'https://example.org/link/to/password/reset',
/**
* Allow medial search on account properties like display name, user id, email,
* and other search terms. Allows finding 'Alice' when searching for 'lic'.
* May slow down user search. Disable this if you encounter slow username search
* in the sharing dialog.
*/
'accounts.enable_medial_search' => true,
/**
* Allow medial search on the group id. Allows finding 'test' when searching for 'es'.
* This is only used in the DB group backend (local groups), and won't be used against LDAP
* Shibboleth or any other group backend.
*/
'groups.enable_medial_search' => true,
/**
* Defines the minimum characters entered before a search returns results for
* users or groups in the share autocomplete form. Lower values increase search
* time especially for large backends.
* Any exact matches to a user or group will be returned, even though less than
* the minimum characters have been entered. The search is case insensitive.
* e.g. entering "tom" will always return "Tom" if there is an exact match.
*/
'user.search_min_length' => 2,
/**
* Mail Parameters
*
* These configure the email settings for ownCloud notifications and password resets.
*/
/**
* The return address that you want to appear on emails sent by the ownCloud server,
* for example `oc-admin@example.com`, substituting your own domain, of course.
*/
'mail_domain' => 'example.com',
/**
* FROM address that overrides the built-in `sharing-noreply` and
* `lostpassword-noreply` FROM addresses.
*/
'mail_from_address' => 'owncloud',
/**
* Enable SMTP class debugging.
*/
'mail_smtpdebug' => false,
/**
* Which mode to use for sending mail: `sendmail`, `smtp`, `qmail` or `php`.
*
* If you are using local or remote SMTP, set this to `smtp`.
*
* If you are using PHP mail you must have an installed and working email system
* on the server. The program used to send email is defined in the `php.ini` file.
*
* For the `sendmail` option you need an installed and working email system on
* the server, with `/usr/sbin/sendmail` installed on your Unix system.
*
* For `qmail` the binary is /var/qmail/bin/sendmail, and it must be installed
* on your Unix system.
*/
'mail_smtpmode' => 'sendmail',
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpmode`. Specify the IP address of your mail
* server host. This may contain multiple hosts separated by a semi-colon. If
* you need to specify the port number append it to the IP address separated by
* a colon, like this: `127.0.0.1:24`.
*/
'mail_smtphost' => '127.0.0.1',
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpmode`. Specify the port for sending mail.
*/
'mail_smtpport' => 25,
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpmode`. This sets the SMTP server timeout, in seconds.
* You may need to increase this if you are running an anti-malware or spam scanner.
*/
'mail_smtptimeout' => 10,
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpmode`. Specify when you are using `ssl` or
* `tls`, or leave empty for no encryption.
*/
'mail_smtpsecure' => '',
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpmode`. Change this to `true` if your mail
* server requires authentication.
*/
'mail_smtpauth' => false,
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpmode`. If SMTP authentication is required, choose
* the authentication type as `LOGIN` (default) or `PLAIN`.
*/
'mail_smtpauthtype' => 'LOGIN',
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpauth`. Specify the username for authenticating to
* the SMTP server.
*/
'mail_smtpname' => '',
/**
* This depends on `mail_smtpauth`. Specify the password for authenticating to
* the SMTP server.
*/
'mail_smtppassword' => '',
/**
* Proxy Configurations
*/
/**
* The automatic hostname detection of ownCloud can fail in certain reverse
* proxy and CLI/cron situations. This option allows you to manually override
* the automatic detection; for example `www.example.com`, or specify the port
* `www.example.com:8080`.
*/
'overwritehost' => '',
/**
* When generating URLs, ownCloud attempts to detect whether the server is
* accessed via `https` or `http`. However, if ownCloud is behind a proxy
* and the proxy handles the `https` calls, ownCloud would not know that
* `ssl` is in use, which would result in incorrect URLs being generated.
* Valid values are `http` and `https`.
*/
'overwriteprotocol' => '',
/**
* ownCloud attempts to detect the webroot for generating URLs automatically.
* For example, if `www.example.com/owncloud` is the URL pointing to the
* ownCloud instance, the webroot is `/owncloud`. When proxies are in use, it
* may be difficult for ownCloud to detect this parameter, resulting in invalid
* URLs.
*/
'overwritewebroot' => '',
/**
* This option allows you to define a manual override condition as a regular
* expression for the remote IP address. The keys `overwritewebroot`,
* `overwriteprotocol`, and `overwritehost` are subject to this condition.
* For example, defining a range of IP addresses starting with `10.0.0.`
* and ending with 1 to 3: * `^10\.0\.0\.[1-3]$`
*/
'overwritecondaddr' => '',
/**
* Use this configuration parameter to specify the base URL for any URLs which
* are generated within ownCloud using any kind of command line tools (cron or
* occ). The value should contain the full base URL:
* `https://www.example.com/owncloud`
* As an example, alerts shown in the browser to upgrade an app are triggered by
* a cron background process and therefore uses the url of this key, even if the user
* has logged on via a different domain defined in key `trusted_domains`. When the
* user clicks an alert like this, he will be redirected to that URL and must logon again.
*/
'overwrite.cli.url' => '',
/**
* To have clean URLs without `/index.php` this parameter needs to be configured.
*
* This parameter will be written as `RewriteBase` on update and installation of
* ownCloud to your `.htaccess` file. While this value is often simply the URL
* path of the ownCloud installation it cannot be set automatically properly in
* every scenario and needs thus some manual configuration.
*
* In a standard Apache setup this usually equals the folder that ownCloud is
* accessible at. So if ownCloud is accessible via `https://mycloud.org/owncloud`
* the correct value would most likely be `/owncloud`. If ownCloud is running
* under `https://mycloud.org/` then it would be `/`.
*
* Note that the above rule is not valid in every case, as there are some rare setup
* cases where this may not apply. However, to avoid any update problems this
* configuration value is explicitly opt-in.
*
* After setting this value run `occ maintenance:update:htaccess`. Now, when the
* following conditions are met ownCloud URLs won't contain `index.php`:
*
* - `mod_rewrite` is installed
* - `mod_env` is installed
*/
'htaccess.RewriteBase' => '/',
/**
* The URL of your proxy server, for example `proxy.example.com:8081`.
*/
'proxy' => '',
/**
* The optional authentication for the proxy to use to connect to the internet.
* The format is: `username:password`.
*/
'proxyuserpwd' => '',
/**
* Deleted Items (trash bin)
*
* These parameters control the Deleted files app.
*/
/**
* If the trash bin app is enabled (default), this setting defines the policy
* for when files and folders in the trash bin will be permanently deleted.
* The app allows for two settings, a minimum time for trash bin retention,
* and a maximum time for trash bin retention.
* Minimum time is the number of days a file will be kept, after which it
* may be deleted. Maximum time is the number of days at which it is guaranteed
* to be deleted.
* Both minimum and maximum times can be set together to explicitly define
* file and folder deletion. For migration purposes, this setting is installed
* initially set to `auto`, which is equivalent to the default setting in
* ownCloud 8.1 and before.
*
* Available values:
*
* * `auto`
* default setting. Keeps files and folders in the deleted files for up to
* 30 days, automatically deleting them (at any time) if space is needed.
* Note: files may not be removed if space is not required.
* * `D, auto`
* keeps files and folders in the trash bin for D+ days, delete anytime if
* space needed (note: files may not be deleted if space is not needed)
* * `auto, D`
* delete all files in the trash bin that are older than D days
* automatically, delete other files anytime if space needed
* * `D1, D2`
* keep files and folders in the trash bin for at least D1 days and
* delete when exceeds D2 days
* * `disabled`
* trash bin auto clean disabled, files and folders will be kept forever
*/
'trashbin_retention_obligation' => 'auto',
/**
* This setting defines percentage of free space occupied by deleted files
* that triggers auto purging of deleted files for this user
*/
'trashbin_purge_limit' => 50,
/**
* File versions
*
* These parameters control the Versions app.
*/
/**
* If the versions app is enabled (default), this setting defines the policy
* for when versions will be permanently deleted.
* The app allows for two settings, a minimum time for version retention,
* and a maximum time for version retention.
* Minimum time is the number of days a version will be kept, after which it
* may be deleted. Maximum time is the number of days at which it is guaranteed
* to be deleted.
* Both minimum and maximum times can be set together to explicitly define
* version deletion. For migration purposes, this setting is installed
* initially set to "auto", which is equivalent to the default setting in
* ownCloud 8.1 and before.
*
* Available values:
*
* * `auto`
* default setting. Automatically expire versions according to expire
* rules. Please refer to :doc:`../configuration/files/file_versioning` for
* more information.
* * `D, auto`
* keep versions at least for D days, apply expire rules to all versions
* that are older than D days
* * `auto, D`
* delete all versions that are older than D days automatically, delete
* other versions according to expire rules
* * `D1, D2`
* keep versions for at least D1 days and delete when exceeds D2 days
* * `disabled`
* versions auto clean disabled, versions will be kept forever
*/
'versions_retention_obligation' => 'auto',
/**
* ownCloud Verifications
*
* ownCloud performs several verification checks. There are two options,
* `true` and `false`.
*/
/**
* Check if ownCloud is up-to-date and shows a notification if a new version is
* available. This option is only applicable to ownCloud core. It is not
* applicable to app updates.
*/
'updatechecker' => true,
/**
* URL that ownCloud should use to look for updates
*/
'updater.server.url' => 'https://updates.owncloud.com/server/',
/**
* Is ownCloud connected to the Internet or running in a closed network?
*/
'has_internet_connection' => true,
/**
* Allows ownCloud to verify a working .well-known URL redirects. This is done
* by attempting to make a request from JS to
* https://your-domain.com/.well-known/caldav/
*/
'check_for_working_wellknown_setup' => true,
/**
* In certain environments it is desired to have a read-only configuration file.
* When this switch is set to `true` ownCloud will not verify whether the
* configuration is writable. However, it will not be possible to configure
* all options via the Web interface. Furthermore, when updating ownCloud
* it is required to make the configuration file writable again for the update
* process.
*/
'config_is_read_only' => false,
/**
* This defines the mode of operations. The default value is 'single-instance'
* which means that ownCloud is running on a single node, which might be the
* most common operations mode. The only other possible value for now is
* 'clustered-instance' which means that ownCloud is running on at least 2
* nodes. The mode of operations has various impact on the behavior of ownCloud.
*/
'operation.mode' => 'single-instance',
/**
* Logging
*
* These parameters configure the logging options.
* For additional information or advanced configuration, please see the logging
* section in the documentation.
*
*/
/**
* By default the ownCloud logs are sent to the `owncloud.log` file in the
* default ownCloud data directory.
* If syslogging is desired, set this parameter to `syslog`.
* Setting this parameter to `errorlog` will use the PHP error_log function
* for logging.
*/
'log_type' => 'owncloud',
/**
* Log file path for the ownCloud logging type.
* Defaults to `[datadirectory]/owncloud.log`
*/
'logfile' => '/var/log/owncloud.log',
/**
* Loglevel to start logging at. Valid values are: 0 = Debug, 1 = Info, 2 =
* Warning, 3 = Error, and 4 = Fatal. The default value is Warning.
*/
'loglevel' => 2,
/**
* If you maintain different instances and aggregate the logs, you may want
* to distinguish between them. `syslog_tag` can be set per instance
* with a unique id. Only available if `log_type` is set to `syslog`.
* The default value is `ownCloud`.
*/
'syslog_tag' => 'ownCloud',
/**
* The syslog format can be changed to remove or add information.
* In addition to the %replacements% below %level% can be used, but it is used
* as a dedicated parameter to the syslog logging facility anyway.
*/
'log.syslog.format' => '[%reqId%][%remoteAddr%][%user%][%app%][%method%][%url%] %message%',
/**
* Log condition for log level increase based on conditions. Once one of these
* conditions is met, the required log level is set to debug. This allows to
* debug specific requests, users or apps
*
* Supported conditions:
* - `shared_secret`: If a request parameter with the name `log_secret` is set to
* this value the condition is met
* - `users`: If the current request is done by one of the specified users,
* this condition is met
* - `apps`: If the log message is invoked by one of the specified apps,
* this condition is met
* - `logfile`: The log message invoked by the specified apps get redirected to
* this logfile, this condition is met
* Note: Not applicable when using syslog.
*
* Defaults to an empty array.
*/
'log.conditions' => [
[
'shared_secret' => '57b58edb6637fe3059b3595cf9c41b9',
'users' => ['user1'],
'apps' => ['files_texteditor'],
'logfile' => '/tmp/test.log'
],
[
'shared_secret' => '57b58edb6637fe3059b3595cf9c41b9',
'users' => ['user1'],
'apps' => ['gallery'],
'logfile' => '/tmp/gallery.log'
],
],
/**
* This uses PHP.date formatting; see http://php.net/manual/en/function.date.php
*/
'logdateformat' => 'F d, Y H:i:s',
/**
* The default timezone for logfiles is UTC. You may change this; see
* http://php.net/manual/en/timezones.php
*/
'logtimezone' => 'Europe/Berlin',
/**
* Log successful cron runs.
*/
'cron_log' => true,
/**
* Enables log rotation and limits the total size of the logfiles.
* The default is 0 or false which disables log rotation.
* Specify a size in bytes, for example 104857600
* (100 megabytes = 100 * 1024 * 1024 bytes).
* A new logfile is created with a new name when the old logfile reaches the defined limit.
* If a rotated log file is already present, it will be overwritten.
* If enabled, only the active log file and one rotated file are stored.
*/
'log_rotate_size' => false,
/**
* Alternate Code Locations
*
* Some of the ownCloud code may be stored in alternate locations.
*/
/**
* If you want to store apps in a custom directory instead of ownCloud’s default
* `/apps`, you need to modify the `apps_paths` key. There, you need to add a
* new associative array that contains three elements. These are:
*
* - `path` The absolute file system path to the custom app folder.
* - `url` The request path to that folder relative to the ownCloud web root, prefixed with /.
* - `writable` Whether users can install apps in that folder. After the configuration is added,
* new apps will only install in a directory where writable is set to true.
*
* The configuration example shows how to add a second directory, called `/apps-external`.
* Here, new apps and updates are only written to the `/apps-external` directory.
* This eases upgrade procedures of owncloud where shipped apps are delivered to apps/ by default.
* `OC::$SERVERROOT` points to the web root of your instance.
* Please see the Apps Management description on how to move custom apps properly.
*/
'apps_paths' =>
array (
0 =>
array (
'path' => OC::$SERVERROOT.'/apps',
'url' => '/apps',
'writable' => false,
),
1 =>
array (
'path' => OC::$SERVERROOT.'/apps-external',
'url' => '/apps-external',
'writable' => true,
),
),
/**
* Previews
*
* ownCloud supports previews of image files, the covers of MP3 files, and text
* files. These options control enabling and disabling previews, and thumbnail
* size.
*/
/**
* By default, ownCloud can generate previews for the following filetypes:
*
* - Image files
* - Covers of MP3 files
* - Text documents
*
* Valid values are `true`, to enable previews, or `false`, to disable previews
*/
'enable_previews' => true,
/**
* The maximum width, in pixels, of a preview. A value of `null` means there
* is no limit.
*/
'preview_max_x' => 2048,
/**
* The maximum height, in pixels, of a preview.
* A value of `null` means there is no limit.
*/
'preview_max_y' => 2048,
/**
* If a lot of small pictures are stored on the ownCloud instance and the
* preview system generates blurry previews, you might want to consider setting
* a maximum scale factor. By default, pictures are upscaled to 10 times the
* original size. A value of `1` or `null` disables scaling.
*/
'preview_max_scale_factor' => 10,
/**
* max file size for generating image previews with imagegd (default behaviour)
* If the image is bigger, it'll try other preview generators,
* but will most likely show the default mimetype icon
*
* Value represents the maximum filesize in megabytes
* Default is 50
* Set to -1 for no limit
*/
'preview_max_filesize_image' => 50,
/**
* custom path for LibreOffice/OpenOffice binary
*/
'preview_libreoffice_path' => '/usr/bin/libreoffice',
/**
* Use this if LibreOffice/OpenOffice requires additional arguments.
*/
'preview_office_cl_parameters' =>
' --headless --nologo --nofirststartwizard --invisible --norestore '.
'--convert-to pdf --outdir ',
/**
* Only register providers that have been explicitly enabled
*
* The following providers are enabled by default:
*
* - OC\Preview\PNG
* - OC\Preview\JPEG
* - OC\Preview\GIF
* - OC\Preview\BMP
* - OC\Preview\XBitmap
* - OC\Preview\MarkDown
* - OC\Preview\MP3
* - OC\Preview\TXT
*
* The following providers are disabled by default due to performance or privacy
* concerns:
*
* - OC\Preview\Illustrator
* - OC\Preview\Movie
* - OC\Preview\MSOffice2003
* - OC\Preview\MSOffice2007
* - OC\Preview\MSOfficeDoc
* - OC\Preview\OpenDocument
* - OC\Preview\PDF
* - OC\Preview\Photoshop
* - OC\Preview\Postscript
* - OC\Preview\StarOffice
* - OC\Preview\SVG
* - OC\Preview\TIFF
* - OC\Preview\Font
*
* .. note:: Troubleshooting steps for the MS Word previews are available
* at the :doc:`../configuration/files/collaborative_documents_configuration`
* section of the Administrators Manual.
*
* The following providers are not available in Microsoft Windows:
*
* - OC\Preview\Movie
* - OC\Preview\MSOfficeDoc
* - OC\Preview\MSOffice2003
* - OC\Preview\MSOffice2007
* - OC\Preview\OpenDocument
* - OC\Preview\StarOffice
*/
'enabledPreviewProviders' => array(
'OC\Preview\PNG',
'OC\Preview\JPEG',
'OC\Preview\GIF',
'OC\Preview\BMP',
'OC\Preview\XBitmap',
'OC\Preview\MP3',
'OC\Preview\TXT',
'OC\Preview\MarkDown'
),
/**
* Comments
*
* Global settings for the Comments infrastructure
*/
/**
* Replaces the default Comments Manager Factory. This can be utilized if an
* own or 3rdParty CommentsManager should be used that – for instance – uses the
* filesystem instead of the database to keep the comments.
*/
'comments.managerFactory' => '\OC\Comments\ManagerFactory',
/**
* Replaces the default System Tags Manager Factory. This can be utilized if an
* own or 3rdParty SystemTagsManager should be used that – for instance – uses the
* filesystem instead of the database to keep the tags.
*/
'systemtags.managerFactory' => '\OC\SystemTag\ManagerFactory',
/**
* Maintenance
*
* These options are for halting user activity when you are performing server
* maintenance.
*/
/**
* Enable maintenance mode to disable ownCloud
*
* If you want to prevent users from logging in to ownCloud before you start
* doing some maintenance work, you need to set the value of the maintenance
* parameter to true. Please keep in mind that users who are already logged-in
* are kicked out of ownCloud instantly.
*/
'maintenance' => false,
/**
* When set to `true`, the ownCloud instance will be unavailable for all users
* who are not in the `admin` group.
*/
'singleuser' => false,
/**
* SSL
*/
/**
* Extra SSL options to be used for configuration.
*/
'openssl' => array(
'config' => '/absolute/location/of/openssl.cnf',
),
/**
* Allow the configuration of system wide trusted certificates
*/
'enable_certificate_management' => false,
/**
* Memory caching backend configuration
*
* Available cache backends:
*
* * `\OC\Memcache\APCu` APC user backend
* * `\OC\Memcache\ArrayCache` In-memory array-based backend (not recommended)
* * `\OC\Memcache\Memcached` Memcached backend
* * `\OC\Memcache\Redis` Redis backend
*
* Advice on choosing between the various backends:
*
* * APCu should be easiest to install. Almost all distributions have packages.
* Use this for single user environment for all caches.
* * Use Redis or Memcached for distributed environments.
* For the local cache (you can configure two) take APCu.
*/
/**
* Memory caching backend for locally stored data
*
* * Used for host-specific data, e.g. file paths
*/
'memcache.local' => '\OC\Memcache\APCu',
/**
* Memory caching backend for distributed data
*
* * Used for installation-specific data, e.g. database caching
* * If unset, defaults to the value of memcache.local
*/
'memcache.distributed' => '\OC\Memcache\Memcached',
/**
* Connection details for redis to use for memory caching in a single server configuration.
*
* For enhanced security it is recommended to configure Redis to require a password.
* See http://redis.io/topics/security for more information.
*/
'redis' => [
'host' => 'localhost', // can also be a unix domain socket: '/tmp/redis.sock'
'port' => 6379,
'timeout' => 0.0,
'password' => '', // Optional, if not defined no password will be used.
'dbindex' => 0, // Optional, if undefined SELECT will not run and will use Redis Server's default DB Index.
],
/**
* Connection details for a Redis Cluster
*
* Only for use with Redis Clustering, for Sentinel-based setups use the single
* server configuration above, and perform HA on the hostname.
*
* Redis Cluster support requires the php module phpredis in version 3.0.0 or higher.
*
* Available failover modes:
* - \RedisCluster::FAILOVER_NONE - only send commands to master nodes (default)
* - \RedisCluster::FAILOVER_ERROR - failover to slaves for read commands if master is unavailable
* - \RedisCluster::FAILOVER_DISTRIBUTE - randomly distribute read commands across master and slaves
*/
'redis.cluster' => [
'seeds' => [ // provide some/all of the cluster servers to bootstrap discovery, port required
'localhost:7000',
'localhost:7001'
],
'timeout' => 0.0,
'read_timeout' => 0.0,
'failover_mode' => \RedisCluster::FAILOVER_DISTRIBUTE
],
/**
* Server details for one or more memcached servers to use for memory caching.
*/
'memcached_servers' => array(
// hostname, port and optional weight. Also see:
// http://www.php.net/manual/en/memcached.addservers.php
// http://www.php.net/manual/en/memcached.addserver.php
array('localhost', 11211),
//array('other.host.local', 11211),
),
/**
* Connection options for memcached, see http://apprize.info/php/scaling/15.html
*/
'memcached_options' => array(
// Set timeouts to 50ms
\Memcached::OPT_CONNECT_TIMEOUT => 50,
\Memcached::OPT_RETRY_TIMEOUT => 50,
\Memcached::OPT_SEND_TIMEOUT => 50,
\Memcached::OPT_RECV_TIMEOUT => 50,
\Memcached::OPT_POLL_TIMEOUT => 50,
// Enable compression
\Memcached::OPT_COMPRESSION => true,
// Turn on consistent hashing
\Memcached::OPT_LIBKETAMA_COMPATIBLE => true,
// Enable Binary Protocol
\Memcached::OPT_BINARY_PROTOCOL => true,
// Binary serializer will be enabled if the igbinary PECL module is available
//\Memcached::OPT_SERIALIZER => \Memcached::SERIALIZER_IGBINARY,
),
/**
* Location of the cache folder, defaults to `data/$user/cache` where
* `$user` is the current user. When specified, the format will change to
* `$cache_path/$user` where `$cache_path` is the configured cache directory
* and `$user` is the user.
*/
'cache_path' => '',
/**
* TTL of chunks located in the cache folder before they're removed by
* garbage collection (in seconds). Increase this value if users have
* issues uploading very large files via the ownCloud Client as upload isn't
* completed within one day.
*/
'cache_chunk_gc_ttl' => 86400, // 60*60*24 = 1 day
/**
* Location of the chunk folder, defaults to `data/$user/uploads` where
* `$user` is the current user. When specified, the format will change to
* `$dav.chunk_base_dir/$user` where `$dav.chunk_base_dir` is the configured
* cache directory and `$user` is the user.
*/
'dav.chunk_base_dir' => '',
/**
* Sharing
*
* Global settings for Sharing
*/
/**
* Replaces the default Share Provider Factory. This can be utilized if
* own or 3rdParty Share Providers are used that – for instance – use the
* filesystem instead of the database to keep the share information.
*/
'sharing.managerFactory' => '\OC\Share20\ProviderFactory',
/**
* When talking with federated sharing server, allow falling back to HTTP
* instead of hard forcing HTTPS
*/
'sharing.federation.allowHttpFallback' => false,
/**
* All other configuration options
*/
/**
* Additional driver options for the database connection, eg. to enable SSL
* encryption in MySQL or specify a custom wait timeout on a cheap hoster.
*/
'dbdriveroptions' => array(
PDO::MYSQL_ATTR_SSL_CA => '/file/path/to/ca_cert.pem',
PDO::MYSQL_ATTR_INIT_COMMAND => 'SET wait_timeout = 28800'
),
/**
* sqlite3 journal mode can be specified using this configuration parameter -
* can be 'WAL' or 'DELETE' see for more details https://www.sqlite.org/wal.html
*/
'sqlite.journal_mode' => 'DELETE',
/**
* During setup, if requirements are met (see below), this setting is set to true
* and MySQL can handle 4 byte characters instead of 3 byte characters.
*
* If you want to convert an existing 3-byte setup into a 4-byte setup please
* set the parameters in MySQL as mentioned below and run the migration command:
* `sudo -u www-data php occ db:convert-mysql-charset`
* The config setting will be set automatically after a successful run.
*
* Consult the documentation for more details.
*
* MySQL requires a special setup for longer indexes (> 767 bytes) which are needed:
*
* [source,console]
* ....
* [mysqld]
* innodb_large_prefix=ON
* innodb_file_format=Barracuda
* innodb_file_per_table=ON
* ....
*
* Tables will be created with
* * character set: utf8mb4
* * collation: utf8mb4_bin
* * row_format: compressed
*
* See:
* https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/charset-unicode-utf8mb4.html
* https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/innodb-parameters.html#sysvar_innodb_large_prefix
* https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mariadb/xtradbinnodb-server-system-variables/#innodb_large_prefix
* http://www.tocker.ca/benchmarking-innodb-page-compression-performance.html
* http://mechanics.flite.com/blog/2014/07/29/using-innodb-large-prefix-to-avoid-error-1071/
*/
'mysql.utf8mb4' => false,
/**
* Database types that are supported for installation.
*
* Available:
* - sqlite (SQLite3 - Not in Enterprise Edition)
* - mysql (MySQL)
* - pgsql (PostgreSQL)
* - oci (Oracle - Enterprise Edition Only)
*/
'supportedDatabases' => array(
'sqlite',
'mysql',
'pgsql',
'oci',
),
/**
* Override where ownCloud stores temporary files. Useful in situations where
* the system temporary directory is on a limited space ramdisk or is otherwise
* restricted, or if external storages which do not support streaming are in use.
*
* The Web server user must have write access to this directory.
*/
'tempdirectory' => '/tmp/owncloudtemp',
/**
* The hashing cost used by hashes generated by ownCloud.
* Using a higher value requires more time and CPU power to calculate the hashes.
* As this number grows, the amount of work (typically CPU time or memory) necessary
* to compute the hash increases exponentially.
*/
'hashingCost' => 10,
/**
* Blacklist a specific file or files and disallow the upload of files
* with this name. `.htaccess` is blocked by default.
* WARNING: USE THIS ONLY IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
*/
'blacklisted_files' => array('.htaccess'),
/**
* Exclude specific directory names and disallow scanning, creating and renaming
* using these names. Case insensitive.
* Excluded directory names are queried at any path part like at the beginning,
* in the middle or at the end and will not be further processed if found.
* Please see the documentation for details and examples.
* Use when the storage backend supports eg snapshot directories to be excluded.
* WARNING: USE THIS ONLY IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
*/
'excluded_directories' =>
array (
'.snapshot',
'~snapshot',
),
/**
* Exclude files from the integrity checker command
*/
'integrity.excluded.files' =>
array (
'.DS_Store',
'Thumbs.db',
'.directory',
'.webapp',
'.htaccess',
'.user.ini',
),
/**
* The list of apps that are allowed to have no signature.json. Besides
* ownCloud apps, this is particularly useful when creating ownCloud themes,
* because themes are treated as apps. The app is identified with it´s app-id.
* The following example allows app-1 and theme-2 to have no signature.
*/
'integrity.ignore.missing.app.signature' =>
array(
'app-id of app-1',
'app-id of theme-2',
),
/**
* Define a default folder for shared files and folders other than root.
*/
'share_folder' => '/',
/**
* The default cipher for encrypting files. Currently AES-128-CFB and
* AES-256-CFB are supported.
*/
'cipher' => 'AES-256-CFB',
/**
* The minimum ownCloud desktop client version that will be allowed to sync with
* this server instance. All connections made from earlier clients will be denied
* by the server. Defaults to the minimum officially supported ownCloud version at
* the time of release of this server version.
*
* When changing this, note that older unsupported versions of the ownCloud desktop
* client may not function as expected, and could lead to permanent data loss for
* clients or other unexpected results.
*/
'minimum.supported.desktop.version' => '2.3.3',
/**
* EXPERIMENTAL: option whether to include external storage in quota
* calculation, defaults to false.
*/
'quota_include_external_storage' => false,
/**
* Specifies how often the local filesystem (the ownCloud data/ directory, and
* NFS mounts in data/) is checked for changes made outside ownCloud. This
* does not apply to external storages.
*
* 0 -> Never check the filesystem for outside changes, provides a performance
* increase when it's certain that no changes are made directly to the
* filesystem
*
* 1 -> Check each file or folder at most once per request, recommended for
* general use if outside changes might happen.
*/
'filesystem_check_changes' => 0,
/**
* By default ownCloud will store the part files created during upload in the
* same storage as the upload target. Setting this to false will store the part
* files in the root of the users folder which might be required to work with certain
* external storage setups that have limited rename capabilities.
*/
'part_file_in_storage' => true,
/**
* Where `mount.json` file should be stored, defaults to `data/mount.json`
* in the ownCloud directory.
*/
'mount_file' => '/var/www/owncloud/data/mount.json',
/**
* When `true`, prevent ownCloud from changing the cache due to changes in the
* filesystem for all storage.
*/
'filesystem_cache_readonly' => false,
/**
* Secret used by ownCloud for various purposes, e.g. to encrypt data. If you
* lose this string there will be data corruption.
*/
'secret' => '',
/**
* List of trusted proxy servers
*
* If you configure these also consider setting `forwarded_for_headers` which
* otherwise defaults to `HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR` (the `X-Forwarded-For` header).
*/
'trusted_proxies' => array('203.0.113.45', '198.51.100.128'),
/**
* Headers that should be trusted as client IP address in combination with
* `trusted_proxies`. If the HTTP header looks like 'X-Forwarded-For', then use
* 'HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR' here.
*
* If set incorrectly, a client can spoof their IP address as visible to
* ownCloud, bypassing access controls and making logs useless!
*
* Defaults to 'HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR' if unset
*/
'forwarded_for_headers' => array('HTTP_X_FORWARDED', 'HTTP_FORWARDED_FOR'),
/**
* max file size for animating gifs on public-sharing-site.
* If the gif is bigger, it'll show a static preview
*
* Value represents the maximum filesize in megabytes.
* Default is `10`. Set to `-1` for no limit.
*/
'max_filesize_animated_gifs_public_sharing' => 10,
/**
* Enables transactional file locking.
* This is enabled by default.
*
* Prevents concurrent processes from accessing the same files
* at the same time. Can help prevent side effects that would
* be caused by concurrent operations. Mainly relevant for
* very large installations with many users working with
* shared files.
*/
'filelocking.enabled' => true,
/**
* Set the lock's time-to-live in seconds.
*
* Any lock older than this will be automatically cleaned up.
* If not set this defaults to either 1 hour or the php max_execution_time, whichever is higher.
*/
'filelocking.ttl' => 3600,
/**
* Memory caching backend for file locking
*
* Because most memcache backends can clean values without warning using redis
* is highly recommended to *avoid data loss*.
*/
'memcache.locking' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\Redis',
/**
* Disable the web based updater
*/
'upgrade.disable-web' => false,
/**
* Automatic update of market apps, set to "false" to disable.
*/
'upgrade.automatic-app-update' => true,
/**
* Set this ownCloud instance to debugging mode
*
* Only enable this for local development and not in production environments
* This will disable the minifier and outputs some additional debug information
*
* WARNING::
* Be warned that, if you set this to `true`, exceptions display
* stack traces on the web interface, *including passwords*, — **in plain text!**.
* We strongly encourage you never to use it in production.
*/
'debug' => false,
/**
* Sets the data-fingerprint of the current data served
*
* This is a property used by the clients to find out if a backup has been
* restored on the server. Once a backup is restored run
* ./occ maintenance:data-fingerprint
* To set this to a new value.
*
* Updating/Deleting this value can make connected clients stall until
* the user has resolved conflicts.
*/
'data-fingerprint' => '',
/**
* This entry is just here to show a warning in case somebody copied the sample
* configuration. DO NOT ADD THIS SWITCH TO YOUR CONFIGURATION!
*
* If you, brave person, have read until here be aware that you should not
* modify *ANY* settings in this file without reading the documentation.
*/
'copied_sample_config' => true,
/**
* Set this property to true if you want to enable the files_external local mount Option.
* Default: `false`
*
*/
'files_external_allow_create_new_local' => false,
/**
* Set this property to true if you want to enable debug logging for SMB access.
*/
'smb.logging.enable' => false,
/**
* Async dav extensions can be enabled or disabled.
*/
'dav.enable.async' => false,
);
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