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# /etc/default file for RRD cache daemon

# Full path to daemon
DAEMON=/usr/bin/rrdcached

# Optional override flush interval, in seconds.
#WRITE_TIMEOUT=300

# Optional override maximum write delay, in seconds.
#WRITE_JITTER=0

# Optional override number of write_threads
#WRITE_THREADS=4

# Where database files are placed.  If left unset, the default /tmp will
# be used.  NB: The daemon will reject a directory that has symlinks as
# components.  NB: You may want to have -B in BASE_OPTS.
BASE_PATH=/var/lib/rrdcached/db/

# Where journal files are placed.  If left unset, journaling will
# be disabled.
JOURNAL_PATH=/var/lib/rrdcached/journal/

# FHS standard placement for process ID file.
PIDFILE=/var/run/rrdcached.pid

# FHS standard placement for local control socket.
SOCKFILE=/var/run/rrdcached.sock

# Optional override group that should own/access the local control
# socket
#SOCKGROUP=root

# Optional override access mode of local control socket.
#SOCKMODE=0660

# Optional unprivileged group to run under when daemon.  If unset
# retains invocation group privileges.
#DAEMON_GROUP=_rrdcached

# Optional unprivileged user to run under when daemon.  If unset
# retains invocation user privileges.
#DAEMON_USER=_rrdcached

# Network socket address requests.  Use in conjunction with SOCKFILE to
# also listen on INET domain sockets.  The option is a lower-case ell
# ASCII 108 = 0x6c, and should be repeated for each address.  The
# parameter is an optional IP address, followed by an optional port with
# a colon separating it from the address.  The empty string is
# interpreted as "open sockets on the default port on all available
# interfaces", but generally does not pass through init script functions
# so use -L with no parameters for that configuration.
#NETWORK_OPTIONS="-L"

# Any other options not specifically supported by the script (-P, -f,
# -F, -B).
BASE_OPTIONS="-B"