|x2goserver.conf(5)||X2Go Server Configuration||x2goserver.conf(5)|
NAME¶x2goserver.conf - X2Go Server Main Configuration File
DESCRIPTION¶x2goserver.conf is the main configuration file for X2Go Server and the X2Go::Server Perl API.
SECTIONS¶The x2goserver.conf's configuration file format is an INI-based configuration format. It falls apart into sections and options with their values.
[section1] sec1option1 = valueA sec1option2 = valueB ...
[section2] sec2option1 = valueC sec2option2 = valueD ...
SECTION [limit users]¶In this section you can list up Posix users known to the system and specify the max. number of allowed simultaneous X2Go sessions in an X2Go Server farm.
SECTION [limit groups]¶In this section you can list up Posix group names known to the system and specify the max. number of allowed simultaneous X2Go sessions in an X2Go Server farm. The session limitation applies to all users in the specified groups.
If individual users are listed in section [limit users] and some of their groups are listed in section [limit groups], then the maximum value of allowed sessions will be chosen.
If a user is a member of several of the specified groups under section [limit groups], then the number of allowed simultaneous X2Go sessions for a certain user will be derived from the group with the most allowed sessions found under this section.
SECTION [log]¶The [log]'s section only option is the loglevel option. Allowed values are:
- emerg, alert, crit, err, warning, notice, info, debug.
The loglevel option controls the verbosity of the X2Go::Server Perl functions. The log output appears via LOCAL7 (normally: /var/log/syslog).
EXAMPLE¶The below configuration file is the default after installation of X2Go Server:
[limit users] #user-foo=1
[limit groups] #bar-group=1
[log] # possible levels are: # emerg, alert, crit, err, warning, notice, info, debug loglevel=notice
AUTHOR¶This manual has been written by Mike Gabriel <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the X2Go project (https://www.x2go.org).
|Nov 2018||Version 220.127.116.11|