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Wed Nov 10 00:54:29 2010 UTC (9 years, 11 months ago) by misc
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- do not hardcode the domainname ( for reusability )

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2 # If you are using Apache as your web server, Bugzilla can create .htaccess
3 # files for you that will instruct Apache not to serve files that shouldn't
4 # be accessed from the web browser (like your local configuration data and non-cgi
5 # executable files). For this to work, the directory your Bugzilla
6 # installation is in must be within the jurisdiction of a <Directory> block
7 # in the httpd.conf file that has 'AllowOverride Limit' in it. If it has
8 # 'AllowOverride All' or other options with Limit, that's fine.
9 # (Older Apache installations may use an access.conf file to store these
10 # <Directory> blocks.)
11 # If this is set to 1, Bugzilla will create these files if they don't exist.
12 # If this is set to 0, Bugzilla will not create these files.
13 $create_htaccess = 0;
14
15 # Usually, this is the group your web server runs as.
16 # If you have a Windows box, ignore this setting.
17 # If you have use_suexec switched on below, this is the group Apache switches
18 # to in order to run Bugzilla scripts.
19 # If you do not have access to the group your scripts will run under,
20 # set this to "". If you do set this to "", then your Bugzilla installation
21 # will be _VERY_ insecure, because some files will be world readable/writable,
22 # and so anyone who can get local access to your machine can do whatever they
23 # want. You should only have this set to "" if this is a testing installation
24 # and you cannot set this up any other way. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
25 # If you set this to anything other than "", you will need to run checksetup.pl
26 # asroot, or as a user who is a member of the specified group.
27 $webservergroup = 'apache';
28
29 # Set this if Bugzilla runs in an Apache SuexecUserGroup environment.
30 # (If your web server runs control panel software (cPanel, Plesk or similar),
31 # or if your Bugzilla is to run in a shared hosting environment, then you are
32 # almost certainly in an Apache SuexecUserGroup environment.)
33 # If you have a Windows box, ignore this setting.
34 # If set to 0, Bugzilla will set file permissions as tightly as possible.
35 # If set to 1, Bugzilla will set file permissions so that it may work in an
36 # SuexecUserGroup environment. The difference is that static files (CSS,
37 # JavaScript and so on) will receive world read permissions.
38 $use_suexec = 0;
39
40 # What SQL database to use. Default is mysql. List of supported databases
41 # can be obtained by listing Bugzilla/DB directory - every module corresponds
42 # to one supported database and the name corresponds to a driver name.
43 $db_driver = 'pg';
44
45 # The DNS name of the host that the database server runs on.
46 $db_host = 'pgsql.<%= domain %>';
47
48 # The name of the database
49 $db_name = 'bugs';
50
51 # Who we connect to the database as.
52 $db_user = 'bugs';
53
54 # Enter your database password here. It's normally advisable to specify
55 # a password for your bugzilla database user.
56 # If you use apostrophe (') or a backslash (\) in your password, you'll
57 # need to escape it by preceding it with a '\' character. (\') or (\)
58 # (Far simpler just not to use those characters.)
59 $db_pass = 'bugs';
60
61 # Sometimes the database server is running on a non-standard port. If that's
62 # the case for your database server, set this to the port number that your
63 # database server is running on. Setting this to 0 means "use the default
64 # port for my database server."
65 $db_port = 0;
66
67 # MySQL Only: Enter a path to the unix socket for MySQL. If this is
68 # blank, then MySQL's compiled-in default will be used. You probably
69 # want that.
70 $db_sock = '';
71
72 # Should checksetup.pl try to verify that your database setup is correct?
73 # (with some combinations of database servers/Perl modules/moonphase this
74 # doesn't work)
75 $db_check = 1;
76
77 # With the introduction of a configurable index page using the
78 # template toolkit, Bugzilla's main index page is now index.cgi.
79 # Most web servers will allow you to use index.cgi as a directory
80 # index, and many come preconfigured that way, but if yours doesn't
81 # then you'll need an index.html file that provides redirection
82 # to index.cgi. Setting $index_html to 1 below will allow
83 # checksetup.pl to create one for you if it doesn't exist.
84 # NOTE: checksetup.pl will not replace an existing file, so if you
85 # wish to have checksetup.pl create one for you, you must
86 # make sure that index.html doesn't already exist
87 $index_html = 0;
88
89 # For some optional functions of Bugzilla (such as the pretty-print patch
90 # viewer), we need the cvs binary to access files and revisions.
91 # Because it's possible that this program is not in your path, you can specify
92 # its location here. Please specify the full path to the executable.
93 $cvsbin = '/usr/bin/cvs';
94
95 # For some optional functions of Bugzilla (such as the pretty-print patch
96 # viewer), we need the interdiff binary to make diffs between two patches.
97 # Because it's possible that this program is not in your path, you can specify
98 # its location here. Please specify the full path to the executable.
99 $interdiffbin = '/usr/bin/interdiff';
100
101 # The interdiff feature needs diff, so we have to have that path.
102 # Please specify the directory name only; do not use trailing slash.
103 $diffpath = '/usr/bin';
104

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