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.\"
.\" Author: Joao Marcelo Martins <marcelo.martins@rackspace.com> or <btorch@gmail.com>
.\" Copyright (c) 2010-2012 OpenStack Foundation.
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.TH object-server.conf 5 "8/26/2011" "Linux" "OpenStack Swift"

.SH NAME
.LP
.B object-server.conf
\- configuration file for the OpenStack Swift object server



.SH SYNOPSIS
.LP
.B object-server.conf



.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This is the configuration file used by the object server and other object
background services, such as; replicator, reconstructor, updater and auditor.

The configuration file follows the python-pastedeploy syntax. The file is divided
into sections, which are enclosed by square brackets. Each section will contain a
certain number of key/value parameters which are described later.

Any line that begins with a '#' symbol is ignored.

You can find more information about python-pastedeploy configuration format at
\fIhttp://pythonpaste.org/deploy/#config-format\fR



.SH GLOBAL SECTION
.PD 1
.RS 0
This is indicated by section named [DEFAULT]. Below are the parameters that
are acceptable within this section.

.IP "\fBbind_ip\fR"
IP address the object server should bind to. The default is 0.0.0.0 which will make
it bind to all available addresses.
.IP "\fBbind_port\fR"
TCP port the object server should bind to. The default is 6200.
.IP "\fBbind_timeout\fR"
Timeout to bind socket. The default is 30.
.IP \fBbacklog\fR
TCP backlog. Maximum number of allowed pending connections. The default value is 4096.
.IP \fBworkers\fR
The number of pre-forked processes that will accept connections.  Zero means
no fork.  The default is auto which will make the server try to match the
number of effective cpu cores if python multiprocessing is available (included
with most python distributions >= 2.6) or fallback to one.  It's worth noting
that individual workers will use many eventlet co-routines to service multiple
concurrent requests.
.IP \fBmax_clients\fR
Maximum number of clients one worker can process simultaneously (it will
actually accept(2) N + 1). Setting this to one (1) will only handle one request
at a time, without accepting another request concurrently. The default is 1024.
.IP \fBuser\fR
The system user that the object server will run as. The default is swift.
.IP \fBswift_dir\fR
Swift configuration directory. The default is /etc/swift.
.IP \fBdevices\fR
Parent directory of where devices are mounted. Default is /srv/node.
.IP \fBmount_check\fR
Whether or not check if the devices are mounted to prevent accidentally writing to
the root device. The default is set to true.
.IP \fBdisable_fallocate\fR
Disable pre-allocate disk space for a file. The default is false.
.IP \fBexpiring_objects_container_divisor\fR
The default is 86400.
.IP \fBexpiring_objects_account_name\fR
The default is 'expiring_objects'.
.IP \fBservers_per_port\fR
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.
.IP \fBlog_name\fR
Label used when logging. The default is swift.
.IP \fBlog_facility\fR
Syslog log facility. The default is LOG_LOCAL0.
.IP \fBlog_level\fR
Logging level. The default is INFO.
.IP \fBlog_address\fR
Logging address. The default is /dev/log.
.IP \fBlog_max_line_length\fR
The following caps the length of log lines to the value given; no limit if
set to 0, the default.
.IP \fBlog_custom_handlers\fR
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. The default is empty.
.IP \fBlog_udp_host\fR
If set, log_udp_host will override log_address.
.IP "\fBlog_udp_port\fR
UDP log port, the default is 514.
.IP \fBlog_statsd_host\fR
StatsD server. IPv4/IPv6 addresses and hostnames are
supported. If a hostname resolves to an IPv4 and IPv6 address, the IPv4
address will be used.
.IP \fBlog_statsd_port\fR
The default is 8125.
.IP \fBlog_statsd_default_sample_rate\fR
The default is 1.
.IP \fBlog_statsd_sample_rate_factor\fR
The default is 1.
.IP \fBlog_statsd_metric_prefix\fR
The default is empty.
.IP \fBeventlet_debug\fR
Debug mode for eventlet library. The default is false.
.IP \fBfallocate_reserve\fR
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 '%'.
The default is 1%.
.IP \fBnode_timeout\fR
Request timeout to external services. The default is 3 seconds.
.IP \fBconn_timeout\fR
Connection timeout to external services. The default is 0.5 seconds.
.IP \fBcontainer_update_timeout\fR
Time to wait while sending a container update on object update. The default is 1 second.
.IP \fBclient_timeout\fR
Time to wait while receiving each chunk of data from a client or another
backend node. The default is 60.
.IP \fBnetwork_chunk_size\fR
The default is 65536.
.IP \fBdisk_chunk_size\fR
The default is 65536.
.IP \fBreclaim_age\fR
Time elapsed in seconds before an object can be reclaimed. The default is
604800 seconds.
.IP \fBnice_priority\fR
Modify scheduling priority of server processes. Niceness values range from -20
(most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
The default does not modify priority.
.IP \fBionice_class\fR
Modify I/O scheduling class of server processes. I/O niceness class values
are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle).
The default does not modify class and priority.
Work only with ionice_priority.
.IP \fBionice_priority\fR
Modify I/O scheduling priority of server processes. 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.
Ignored if IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE is set.
.RE
.PD



.SH PIPELINE SECTION
.PD 1
.RS 0
This is indicated by section name [pipeline:main]. Below are the parameters that
are acceptable within this section.

.IP "\fBpipeline\fR"
It is used when you need to apply a number of filters. It is a list of filters
ended by an application. The normal pipeline is "healthcheck recon
object-server".
.RE
.PD



.SH APP SECTION
.PD 1
.RS 0
This is indicated by section name [app:object-server]. Below are the parameters
that are acceptable within this section.
.IP "\fBuse\fR"
Entry point for paste.deploy for the object server. This is the reference to the installed python egg.
This is normally \fBegg:swift#object\fR.
.IP "\fBset log_name\fR"
Label used when logging. The default is object-server.
.IP "\fBset log_facility\fR"
Syslog log facility. The default is LOG_LOCAL0.
.IP "\fBset log_level\fR"
Logging level. The default is INFO.
.IP "\fBset log_requests\fR"
Enables request logging. The default is True.
.IP "\fBset log_address\fR"
Logging address. The default is /dev/log.
.IP "\fBmax_upload_time\fR"
The default is 86400.
.IP "\fBslow\fR"
The default is 0.
.IP "\fBkeep_cache_size\fR"
Objects smaller than this are not evicted from the buffercache once read. The default is 5242880.
.IP "\fBkeep_cache_private\fR"
If true, objects for authenticated GET requests may be kept in buffer cache
if small enough. The default is false.
.IP "\fBmb_per_sync\fR"
On PUTs, sync data every n MB. The default is 512.
.IP "\fBallowed_headers\fR"
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.
The default is 'Content-Disposition, Content-Encoding, X-Delete-At, X-Object-Manifest, X-Static-Large-Object, Cache-Control, Content-Language, Expires, X-Robots-Tag'.
.IP "\fBauto_create_account_prefix\fR"
The default is '.'.
.IP "\fBreplication_server\fR"
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".
.IP "\fBreplication_concurrency\fR"
Set to restrict the number of concurrent incoming SSYNC requests
Set to 0 for unlimited (the default is 4). Note that SSYNC requests are only used
by the object reconstructor or the object replicator when configured to use ssync.
.IP "\fBreplication_concurrency_per_device\fR"
Set to restrict the number of concurrent incoming SSYNC requests per device;
set to 0 for unlimited requests per devices. This can help control I/O to each
device. This does not override replication_concurrency described above, so you
may need to adjust both parameters depending on your hardware or network
capacity. Defaults to 1.
.IP "\fBreplication_lock_timeout\fR"
Number of seconds to wait for an existing replication device lock before
giving up. The default is 15.
.IP "\fBreplication_failure_threshold\fR"
.IP "\fBreplication_failure_ratio\fR"
These 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.
.IP "\fBsplice\fR"
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.
The default is false.
.IP \fBnode_timeout\fR
Request timeout to external services. The default is 3 seconds.
.IP \fBconn_timeout\fR
Connection timeout to external services. The default is 0.5 seconds.
.IP \fBcontainer_update_timeout\fR
Time to wait while sending a container update on object update. The default is 1 second.
.IP \fBnice_priority\fR
Modify scheduling priority of server processes. Niceness values range from -20
(most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
The default does not modify priority.
.IP \fBionice_class\fR
Modify I/O scheduling class of server processes. I/O niceness class values
are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle).
The default does not modify class and priority.
Work only with ionice_priority.
.IP \fBionice_priority\fR
Modify I/O scheduling priority of server processes. 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.
Ignored if IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE is set.
.RE
.PD



.SH FILTER SECTION
.PD 1
.RS 0
Any section that has its name prefixed by "filter:" indicates a filter section.
Filters are used to specify configuration parameters for specific swift middlewares.
Below are the filters available and respective acceptable parameters.
.IP "\fB[filter:healthcheck]\fR"
.RE
.RS 3
.IP "\fBuse\fR"
Entry point for paste.deploy for the healthcheck middleware. This is the reference to the installed python egg.
This is normally \fBegg:swift#healthcheck\fR.
.IP "\fBdisable_path\fR"
An optional filesystem path which, if present, will cause the healthcheck
URL to return "503 Service Unavailable" with a body of "DISABLED BY FILE".
.RE

.RS 0
.IP "\fB[filter:recon]\fR"
.RE
.RS 3
.IP "\fBuse\fR"
Entry point for paste.deploy for the recon middleware. This is the reference to the installed python egg.
This is normally \fBegg:swift#recon\fR.
.IP "\fBrecon_cache_path\fR"
The recon_cache_path simply sets the directory where stats for a few items will be stored.
Depending on the method of deployment you may need to create this directory manually
and ensure that swift has read/write. The default is /var/cache/swift.
.IP "\fBrecon_lock_path\fR"
The default is /var/lock.
.RE
.PD

.RS 0
.IP "\fB[filter:xprofile]\fR"
.RS 3
.IP "\fBuse\fR"
Entry point for paste.deploy for the xprofile middleware. This is the reference to the installed python egg.
This is normally \fBegg:swift#xprofile\fR.
.IP "\fBprofile_module\fR"
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.
.IP "\fBlog_filename_prefix\fR"
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, the default is /var/log/swift/profile/account.profile.
.IP "\fBdump_interval\fR"
The profile data will be dumped to local disk based on above naming rule
in this interval. The default is 5.0.
.IP "\fBdump_timestamp\fR"
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.
The default is false
.IP "\fBpath\fR"
This is the path of the URL to access the mini web UI. The default is __profile__.
.IP "\fBflush_at_shutdown\fR"
Clear the data when the wsgi server shutdown. The default is false.
.IP "\fBunwind\fR"
Unwind the iterator of applications. Default is false.
.RE
.PD


.SH ADDITIONAL SECTIONS
.PD 1
.RS 0
The following sections are used by other swift-object services, such as replicator,
updater, auditor.
.IP "\fB[object-replicator]\fR"
.RE
.RS 3
.IP \fBlog_name\fR
Label used when logging. The default is object-replicator.
.IP \fBlog_facility\fR
Syslog log facility. The default is LOG_LOCAL0.
.IP \fBlog_level\fR
Logging level. The default is INFO.
.IP \fBlog_address\fR
Logging address. The default is /dev/log.
.IP \fBdaemonize\fR
Whether or not to run replication as a daemon. The default is yes.
.IP "\fBrun_pause [deprecated]\fR"
Time in seconds to wait between replication passes. The default is 30.
.IP \fBinterval\fR
Time in seconds to wait between replication passes. The default is 30.
.IP \fBconcurrency\fR
Number of replication workers to spawn. The default is 1.
.IP \fBstats_interval\fR
Interval in seconds between logging replication statistics. The default is 300.
.IP \fBsync_method\fR
The sync method to use; default is rsync but you can use ssync to try the
EXPERIMENTAL all-swift-code-no-rsync-callouts method. Once ssync is verified
as having performance comparable to, or better than, rsync, we plan to
deprecate rsync so we can move on with more features for replication.
.IP \fBrsync_timeout\fR
Max duration of a partition rsync. The default is 900 seconds.
.IP \fBrsync_io_timeout\fR
Passed to rsync for I/O OP timeout. The default is 30 seconds.
.IP \fBrsync_compress\fR
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. The default is false.
.IP \fBrsync_module\fR
Format of the rsync module where the replicator will send data. See
etc/rsyncd.conf-sample for some usage examples. The default is empty.
.IP \fBnode_timeout\fR
Request timeout to external services. The default is 10 seconds.
.IP \fBrsync_bwlimit\fR
Passed to rsync for bandwidth limit in kB/s.  The default is 0 (unlimited).
.IP \fBhttp_timeout\fR
Max duration of an HTTP request. The default is 60 seconds.
.IP \fBlockup_timeout\fR
Attempts to kill all workers if nothing replicates for lockup_timeout seconds. The
default is 1800 seconds.
.IP \fBring_check_interval\fR
The default is 15.
.IP \fBrsync_error_log_line_length\fR
Limits how long rsync error log lines are. 0 (default) means to log the entire line.
.IP "\fBrecon_cache_path\fR"
The recon_cache_path simply sets the directory where stats for a few items will be stored.
Depending on the method of deployment you may need to create this directory manually
and ensure that swift has read/write.The default is /var/cache/swift.
.IP "\fBhandoffs_first\fR"
The flag to replicate handoffs prior to canonical partitions.
It allows one 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.
The default is false.
.IP "\fBhandoff_delete\fR"
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.

The 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).
.IP \fBnice_priority\fR
Modify scheduling priority of server processes. Niceness values range from -20
(most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
The default does not modify priority.
.IP \fBionice_class\fR
Modify I/O scheduling class of server processes. I/O niceness class values
are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle).
The default does not modify class and priority.
Work only with ionice_priority.
.IP \fBionice_priority\fR
Modify I/O scheduling priority of server processes. 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.
Ignored if IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE is set.
.RE


.RS 0
.IP "\fB[object-reconstructor]\fR"
.RE
.RS 3
.IP \fBlog_name\fR
Label used when logging. The default is object-reconstructor.
.IP \fBlog_facility\fR
Syslog log facility. The default is LOG_LOCAL0.
.IP \fBlog_level\fR
Logging level. The default is INFO.
.IP \fBlog_address\fR
Logging address. The default is /dev/log.
.IP \fBdaemonize\fR
Whether or not to run replication as a daemon. The default is yes.
.IP "\fBrun_pause [deprecated]\fR"
Time in seconds to wait between replication passes. The default is 30.
.IP \fBinterval\fR
Time in seconds to wait between replication passes. The default is 30.
.IP \fBconcurrency\fR
Number of replication workers to spawn. The default is 1.
.IP \fBstats_interval\fR
Interval in seconds between logging replication statistics. The default is 300.
.IP \fBnode_timeout\fR
Request timeout to external services. The default is 10 seconds.
.IP \fBhttp_timeout\fR
Max duration of an HTTP request. The default is 60 seconds.
.IP \fBlockup_timeout\fR
Attempts to kill all workers if nothing replicates for lockup_timeout seconds. The
default is 1800 seconds.
.IP \fBring_check_interval\fR
The default is 15.
.IP "\fBrecon_cache_path\fR"
The recon_cache_path simply sets the directory where stats for a few items will be stored.
Depending on the method of deployment you may need to create this directory manually
and ensure that swift has read/write.The default is /var/cache/swift.
.IP "\fBhandoffs_first\fR"
The flag to replicate handoffs prior to canonical partitions.
It allows one 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.
The default is false.
.RE
.PD


.RS 0
.IP "\fB[object-updater]\fR"
.RE
.RS 3
.IP \fBlog_name\fR
Label used when logging. The default is object-updater.
.IP \fBlog_facility\fR
Syslog log facility. The default is LOG_LOCAL0.
.IP \fBlog_level\fR
Logging level. The default is INFO.
.IP \fBlog_address\fR
Logging address. The default is /dev/log.
.IP \fBinterval\fR
Minimum time for a pass to take. The default is 300 seconds.
.IP \fBconcurrency\fR
Number of updater workers to spawn. The default is 1.
.IP \fBnode_timeout\fR
Request timeout to external services. The default is 10 seconds.
.IP \fBobjects_per_second\fR
Maximum objects updated per second. Should be tuned according to individual system specs. 0 is unlimited. The default is 50.
.IP \fBslowdown\fR
Slowdown will sleep that amount between objects. The default is 0.01 seconds. Deprecated in favor of objects_per_second.
.IP "\fBrecon_cache_path\fR"
The recon_cache_path simply sets the directory where stats for a few items will be stored.
Depending on the method of deployment you may need to create this directory manually
and ensure that swift has read/write. The default is /var/cache/swift.
.IP \fBnice_priority\fR
Modify scheduling priority of server processes. Niceness values range from -20
(most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
The default does not modify priority.
.IP \fBionice_class\fR
Modify I/O scheduling class of server processes. I/O niceness class values
are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle).
The default does not modify class and priority.
Work only with ionice_priority.
.IP \fBionice_priority\fR
Modify I/O scheduling priority of server processes. 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.
Ignored if IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE is set.
.RE
.PD


.RS 0
.IP "\fB[object-auditor]\fR"
.RE
.RS 3
.IP \fBlog_name\fR
Label used when logging. The default is object-auditor.
.IP \fBlog_facility\fR
Syslog log facility. The default is LOG_LOCAL0.
.IP \fBlog_level\fR
Logging level. The default is INFO.
.IP \fBlog_address\fR
Logging address. The default is /dev/log.

.IP \fBdisk_chunk_size\fR
The default is 65536.
.IP \fBfiles_per_second\fR
Maximum files audited per second. Should be tuned according to individual
system specs. 0 is unlimited. The default is 20.
.IP \fBbytes_per_second\fR
Maximum bytes audited per second. Should be tuned according to individual
system specs. 0 is unlimited. The default is 10000000.
.IP \fBconcurrency\fR
Number of auditor workers to spawn. The default is 1.
.IP \fBlog_time\fR
The default is 3600 seconds.
.IP \fBzero_byte_files_per_second\fR
The default is 50.
.IP "\fBrecon_cache_path\fR"
The recon_cache_path simply sets the directory where stats for a few items will be stored.
Depending on the method of deployment you may need to create this directory manually
and ensure that swift has read/write. The default is /var/cache/swift.
.IP \fBobject_size_stats\fR
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.
.IP \fBrsync_tempfile_timeout\fR
Time elapsed in seconds before rsync tempfiles will be unlinked. Config value of "auto"
will try to use object-replicator's rsync_timeout + 900 or fall-back to 86400 (1 day).
.IP \fBnice_priority\fR
Modify scheduling priority of server processes. Niceness values range from -20
(most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).
The default does not modify priority.
.IP \fBionice_class\fR
Modify I/O scheduling class of server processes. I/O niceness class values
are IOPRIO_CLASS_RT (realtime), IOPRIO_CLASS_BE (best-effort) and IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE (idle).
The default does not modify class and priority.
Work only with ionice_priority.
.IP \fBionice_priority\fR
Modify I/O scheduling priority of server processes. 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.
Ignored if IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE is set.
.RE




.SH DOCUMENTATION
.LP
More in depth documentation about the swift-object-server and
also OpenStack Swift as a whole can be found at
.BI https://docs.openstack.org/swift/latest/admin_guide.html
and
.BI https://docs.openstack.org/swift/latest/


.SH "SEE ALSO"
.BR swift-object-server(1),