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bind_port = 8080
user = root
# Consider using 1 worker per CPU
workers = 1
pipeline = catch_errors healthcheck proxy-logging cache proxy-logging proxy-server
use = egg:gluster_swift#proxy
log_facility = LOG_LOCAL1
log_level = WARN
# The API allows for account creation and deletion, but since Gluster/Swift
# automounts a Gluster volume for a given account, there is no way to create
# or delete an account. So leave this off.
allow_account_management = false
account_autocreate = true
# The following parameters are used by object-expirer and needs to be same
# across all conf files!
auto_create_account_prefix = gs
expiring_objects_account_name = expiring
# Ensure the proxy server uses fast-POSTs since we don't need to make a copy
# of the entire object given that all metadata is stored in the object
# extended attributes (no .meta file used after creation) and no container
# sync feature to present.
object_post_as_copy = false
# Only need to recheck the account exists once a day
recheck_account_existence = 86400
# May want to consider bumping this up if containers are created and destroyed
recheck_container_existence = 60
# Timeout clients that don't read or write to the proxy server after 5
client_timeout = 5
# Give more time to connect to the object, container or account servers in
# cases of high load.
conn_timeout = 5
# For high load situations, once connected to an object, container or account
# server, allow for delays communicating with them.
node_timeout = 60
# May want to consider bumping up this value to 1 - 4 MB depending on how much
# traffic is for multi-megabyte or gigabyte requests; perhaps matching the
# stripe width (not stripe element size) of your storage volume is a good
# starting point. See below for sizing information.
object_chunk_size = 65536
# If you do decide to increase the object_chunk_size, then consider lowering
# this value to one. Up to "put_queue_length" object_chunk_size'd buffers can
# be queued to the object server for processing. Given one proxy server worker
# can handle up to 1,024 connections, by default, it will consume 10 * 65,536
# * 1,024 bytes of memory in the worse case (default values). Be sure the
# amount of memory available on the system can accommodate increased values
# for object_chunk_size.
put_queue_depth = 10
use = egg:swift#catch_errors
use = egg:swift#proxy_logging
access_log_level = WARN
use = egg:swift#healthcheck
use = egg:swift#memcache
# Update this line to contain a comma separated list of memcache servers
# shared by all nodes running the proxy-server service.
memcache_servers = localhost:11211