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#
# TinyIDS Client (tinyids) Configuration file
#
# If the path to the configuration file is not specified using the --config
# option when launching tinyids, the configuration file will be searched at
# the following default locations:
#
#   * /etc/tinyids/tinyids.conf
#   * /usr/local/etc/tinyids/tinyids.conf
#
# Lines starting with '#' or ';' are considered comments.
#
# For more information and help about the configuration of tinyidsd,
# please visit the project development website at:
#
#     http://www.codetrax.org/projects/tinyids
#

[main]

# Directory that contains configuration files for collector backends
backends_conf_dir = /etc/tinyids/backends.conf.d

# Directory where custom backends exist.
extra_backends_dir = /etc/tinyids/backends

# Directory where the keys should be searched.
keys_dir = /etc/tinyids/keys/

# You can set which tests are run by providing a comma-delimited list
# of tests. If a list is not provided, all valid tests run.
tests =

# Hashing delay. This is the time in milliseconds tinyids should wait between
# two consequent hashing operations. This feature exists in order to reduce
# the disk I/O operations per second.
hashing_delay = 100

# Debug protocol. If this option is enabled and tinyids is launched with
# the --debug switch, all communication with tinyidsd will be printed
# to STDERR. Note that using this option all sensitive information, like
# passphrases, is printed without any encryption.
debug_protocol = 0

#
# Remote Servers Section
#
# Server name format by convention:
#
#   server__<name>
#
# Example server configuration:
#
#   [server__MyRemoteTinyidsd]
#   enabled = 1
#   host = 127.0.0.1
#   port = 10500
#   public_key = remote.pub
#
# Notes
#
# * If the 'enabled' option is missing, the server entry is enabled by default.
#   To explicitly disable a configured server, set 'enabled' to 0.
# * Only the filename of the public key is required. The key is retrieved from
#   the directory that has been set in the 'keys_dir' option.
# * If the 'public_key' option is empty or not set, then the communication
#   with the specific server will not be encrypted.
#