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zorp(8) instances database zorp(5) instances to be run on this system. zorpctl(8) line by line, where each line has the structure described below. Empty lines and lines beginning with ’#’ are comments and are ignored by zorpctl.

STRUCTURE

        instance-name parameters [-- zorpctl-options]
 
        instance-name is the name of the Zorp instance to  be  started,  it  is
        passed  to  zorp with its --as parameter. Instance names may consist of
        the characters [a-zA-Z0-9_] and must begin with a letter.
 
        parameters are space separated parameters directly inserted to the zorp
zorp(8).
 
        zorpctl-options  are  space  separated  parameters processed by zorpctl
        itself. These control startup specific options. The  following  zorpctl
        options are defined:
 
        --auto-restart or -A
               Enable  the  automatic  restart  feature  of  zorpctl.  When  an
               instance is in auto-restart mode, it is restarted  automatically
               in case the instance exits.
 
        --no-auto-restart or -a
               Disable automatic restart for this instance.
 
        --fd-limit <number> or -f
               Set  the  file descriptor limit as specified by <number>, the fd
               limit defaults to the number of threads (specified by --threads)
               multiplied by 4.
 
        --process-limit <number> or -p
               Set  the  process  limit  as  specified by <number>, the process
               limit defaults to the number of theads (specified by  --threads)
               multiplied by 2.
 
        --enable-core
               Explicitly  enable core dumps for Zorp processes, the core limit
               is inherited from the local starting environment (e.g.  starting
               shell) if not specified.
 

EXAMPLES

        zorp_ftp --policy /etc/zorp/policy.py --verbose=5
 
        The  line  above  describes a zorp instance named zorp_ftp using policy
        file /etc/zorp/policy.py, and having verbosity level 5.
 
        zorp_intra -v4  -p  /etc/zorp/policy.py  --threads  500  --  --no-auto-
        restart --fd-limit 1024 --process-limit 512
 
        This  line  described a zorp instance named zorp_intra using the policy
        file /etc/zorp/policy.py, verbose level 4, maximum  number  of  threads
        500, fd limit 1024, process limit 512.
 

FILES

        The default location for instances.conf is /etc/zorp/instances.conf.
 
        Defaults for zorpctl tunables can be specified in /etc/zorp/zorpctl
 

AUTHOR

        This manual page was written by Balázs Scheidler <bazsi@balabit.hu>.
 
ZORP(8)
 

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