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1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
2
3 <!--
4 Default PLC configuration file
5
6 Mark Huang <mlhuang@cs.princeton.edu>
7 Copyright (C) 2006 The Trustees of Princeton University
8
9 $Id$
10 $URL$
11 -->
12
13 <!DOCTYPE configuration PUBLIC "-//PlanetLab Central//DTD PLC configuration//EN" "plc_config.dtd">
14
15 <configuration>
16   <variables>
17     <category id="plc">
18       <name>System</name>
19       <description>Basic system variables. Be sure that the values of
20       these variables are the same across all machines in your
21       installation.</description>
22
23       <variablelist>
24         <variable id="name" type="string">
25           <name>Name</name>
26           <value>PlanetLab Test</value>
27           <description>The name of this PLC installation. It is used in
28           the name of the default system site (e.g., PlanetLab Central)
29           and in the names of various administrative entities (e.g.,
30           PlanetLab Support).</description>
31         </variable>
32
33         <variable id="shortname" type="string">
34           <name>Shortame</name>
35           <value>Tlab</value>
36           <description>The short name of this PLC installation. It is
37           mostly used in the web interface when displaying local
38           objects.</description>
39         </variable>
40
41         <variable id="hrn_root" type="string">
42           <name>Root in Hierarchical Naming Space </name>
43           <value>planetlab.test</value>
44           <description> The root of this peer in the hierarchical federation naming space.</description>
45         </variable>
46
47         <variable id="slice_prefix" type="string">
48           <name>Slice Prefix</name>
49           <value>pl</value>
50           <description>The abbreviated name of this PLC
51           installation. It is used as the prefix for system slices
52           (e.g., pl_conf). Warning: Currently, this variable should
53           not be changed.</description>
54         </variable>
55
56         <variable id="root_user" type="email">
57           <name>Root Account</name>
58           <value>root@localhost.localdomain</value>
59           <description>The name of the initial administrative
60           account. We recommend that this account be used only to create
61           additional accounts associated with real
62           administrators, then disabled.</description>
63         </variable>
64
65         <variable id="root_password" type="password">
66           <name>Root Password</name>
67           <value>root</value>
68           <description>The password of the initial administrative
69           account. Also the password of the root account on the Boot
70           CD.</description>
71         </variable>
72
73         <!-- The following are not actually meant to be configurable
74              as variables. The web interface should allow the file to
75              be downloaded, or its contents replaced by a file upload,
76              but the actual <value> shouldn't need to be changed.  -->
77
78         <variable id="root_ssh_key_pub" type="file">
79           <name>Root SSH Public Key</name>
80           <value>/etc/planetlab/root_ssh_key.pub</value>
81           <description>The SSH public key used to access the root
82           account on your nodes.</description>
83         </variable>
84
85         <variable id="root_ssh_key" type="file">
86           <name>Root SSH Private Key</name>
87           <value>/etc/planetlab/root_ssh_key.rsa</value>
88           <description>The SSH private key used to access the root
89           account on your nodes.</description>
90         </variable>
91
92         <variable id="debug_ssh_key_pub" type="file">
93           <name>Debug SSH Public Key</name>
94           <value>/etc/planetlab/debug_ssh_key.pub</value>
95           <description>The SSH public key used to access the root
96           account on your nodes when they are in Debug mode.</description>
97         </variable>
98
99         <variable id="debug_ssh_key" type="file">
100           <name>Debug SSH Private Key</name>
101           <value>/etc/planetlab/debug_ssh_key.rsa</value>
102           <description>The SSH private key used to access the root
103           account on your nodes when they are in Debug mode.</description>
104         </variable>
105
106         <variable id="root_gpg_key_pub" type="file">
107           <name>Root GPG Public Keyring</name>
108           <value>/etc/planetlab/pubring.gpg</value>
109           <description>The GPG public keyring used to sign the Boot
110           Manager and all node packages.</description>
111         </variable>
112
113         <variable id="root_gpg_key" type="file">
114           <name>Root GPG Private Keyring</name>
115           <value>/etc/planetlab/secring.gpg</value>
116           <description>The SSH private key used to access the root
117           account on your nodes.</description>
118         </variable>
119
120       </variablelist>
121     </category>
122
123     <category id="plc_flavour">
124       <name>Flavours</name>
125       <description>Defaults for nodes and slices contents.</description>
126       
127       <variablelist>
128         <variable id="node_arch" type="string">
129           <name>arch for nodes</name>
130           <value>@ARCH@</value>
131           <description>The default 'arch' to use when installing nodes.
132           This is offered mostly for consistency with the rest of the
133           PLC_FLAVOUR category, but does not have much of a practical
134           interest. In any case, you need to have the corresponding
135           bootstrapfs images available for nodes.</description>
136         </variable>
137
138         <variable id="node_fcdistro" type="string">
139           <name>fcdistro for nodes</name>
140           <value>@FCDISTRO@</value>
141           <description>THIS CURRENTLY HAS NO EFFECT.
142           The default 'fcdistro' to use when installing
143           nodes.You need to have the corresponding bootstrapfs images
144           available for nodes. THIS CURRENTLY HAS NO EFFECT.</description>
145         </variable>
146
147         <variable id="node_pldistro" type="string">
148           <name>pldistro for nodes</name>
149           <value>@PLDISTRO@</value>
150           <description>The default 'pldistro' to use when installing
151           nodes. You need to have the corresponding bootstrapfs
152           images available for nodes.</description>
153         </variable>
154
155         <variable id="slice_arch" type="string">
156           <name>arch for slivers</name>
157           <value>@ARCH@</value>
158           <description>The default 'arch' to use for slivers. This is
159           useful if you have heterogeneous nodes (i686 and x86_64),
160           but want slivers to be homogeneous. You need to have the
161           corresponding vserver variant rpm available for
162           nodes.</description>
163         </variable>
164
165         <variable id="slice_fcdistro" type="string">
166           <name>fcdistro for slivers</name>
167           <value>@FCDISTRO@</value>
168           <description>The default 'fcdistro' to use for creating
169           slivers. You need to have the corresponding vserver variant
170           rpm available for nodes.</description>
171         </variable>
172
173         <variable id="slice_pldistro" type="string">
174           <name>pldistro for slivers</name>
175           <value>@PLDISTRO@</value>
176           <description>The default 'pldistro' to use for creating
177           slivers. You need to have the corresponding vserver variant
178           rpm available for nodes.</description>
179         </variable>
180
181       </variablelist>
182     </category>
183
184     <category id="plc_net">
185       <name>Network</name>
186       <description>Network environment.</description>
187
188       <variablelist>
189         <variable id="dns1" type="ip">
190           <name>Primary DNS Server</name>
191           <value>127.0.0.1</value>
192           <description>Primary DNS server address.</description>
193         </variable>
194
195         <variable id="dns2" type="ip">
196           <name>Secondary DNS Server</name>
197           <value></value>
198           <description>Secondary DNS server address.</description>
199         </variable>
200       </variablelist>
201     </category>
202
203     <category id="plc_dns">
204       <name>DNS</name>
205       <description>MyPLC can provide forward DNS resolution for itself
206       and for its nodes. To enable resolution for MyPLC itself, set
207       the Primary DNS Server address to 127.0.0.1 and provide external
208       IP addresses for the database, API, web, and boot servers
209       below. To enable resolution for nodes, use the external IP
210       address of this machine as the primary DNS server address for
211       each node.</description>
212
213       <variablelist>
214         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
215           <name>Enable DNS</name>
216           <value>true</value>
217           <description>Enable the internal DNS server. The server does
218           not provide reverse resolution and is not a production
219           quality or scalable DNS solution. Use the internal DNS
220           server only for small deployments or for
221           testing.</description>
222         </variable>
223       </variablelist>
224     </category>
225
226     <category id="plc_hosts">
227       <name>/etc/hosts</name>
228       <description>MyPLC can setup /etc/hosts with the hostnames and
229       IP addresses specified for *_NAME and *_IP, or look up the IP
230       addresses if they are not specified in this configuration.
231       </description>
232
233       <variablelist>
234         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
235           <name>Enable /etc/hosts configuration</name>
236           <value>true</value>
237           <description>Let PLC manage /etc/hosts</description>
238         </variable>
239       </variablelist>
240     </category>
241
242     <category id="plc_mail">
243       <name>Mail</name>
244       <description>Many maintenance scripts, as well as the API and
245       web site themselves, send e-mail notifications and
246       warnings.</description>
247
248       <variablelist>
249         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
250           <name>Enable Mail</name>
251           <value>false</value>
252           <description>Set to false to suppress all e-mail notifications
253           and warnings.</description>
254         </variable>
255
256         <variable id="support_address" type="email">
257           <name>Support Address</name>
258           <value>root+support@localhost.localdomain</value>
259           <description>This address is used for support
260           requests. Support requests may include traffic complaints,
261           security incident reporting, web site malfunctions, and
262           general requests for information. We recommend that the
263           address be aliased to a ticketing system such as Request
264           Tracker.</description>
265         </variable>
266
267         <variable id="boot_address" type="email">
268           <name>Boot Messages Address</name>
269           <value>root+install-msgs@localhost.localdomain</value>
270           <description>The API will notify this address when a problem
271           occurs during node installation or boot.</description>
272         </variable>
273
274         <variable id="mom_list_address" type="email">
275           <name>Mom List Address</name>
276           <value>root+mom@localhost.localdomain</value>
277           <description>This address is used by operations staff
278           to monitor Mom (formerly pl_mom) messages indicating
279           excessive BW or memory usage by a slice.  Mom messages sent
280           to slices will be cc'ed to this list so as not to clog
281           the Support Address list.</description>
282         </variable>
283
284         <variable id="slice_address" type="email">
285           <name>Slice Address</name>
286           <value>root+SLICE@localhost.localdomain</value>
287           <description>This address template is used for sending
288           e-mail notifications to slices. SLICE will be replaced with
289           the name of the slice.</description>
290         </variable>
291       </variablelist>
292     </category>
293
294     <category id="plc_db">
295       <name>Database Server</name>
296       <description>Database server definitions.</description>
297
298       <variablelist>
299         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
300           <name>Enabled</name>
301           <value>true</value>
302           <description>Enable the database server on this
303           machine.</description>
304         </variable>
305
306         <variable id="type" type="string">
307           <name>Type</name>
308           <value>postgresql</value>
309           <description>The type of database server. Currently, only
310           postgresql is supported.</description>
311         </variable>
312
313         <variable id="host" type="hostname">
314           <name>Hostname</name>
315           <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
316           <description>The fully qualified hostname of the database
317           server.</description>
318         </variable>
319
320         <variable id="ip" type="ip">
321           <name>IP Address</name>
322           <value/>
323           <description>The IP address of the database server, if not
324           resolvable.</description>
325         </variable>
326
327         <variable id="port" type="int">
328           <name>Port</name>
329           <value>5432</value>
330           <description>The TCP port number through which the database
331           server should be accessed.</description>
332         </variable>
333
334         <variable id="name" type="string">
335           <name>Database Name</name>
336           <value>planetlab5</value>
337           <description>The name of the database to access.</description>
338         </variable>
339
340         <variable id="user" type="string">
341           <name>Database Username</name>
342           <value>pgsqluser</value>
343           <description>The username to use when accessing the
344           database.</description>
345         </variable>
346
347         <variable id="password" type="password">
348           <name>Database Password</name>
349           <value></value>
350           <description>The password to use when accessing the
351           database. If left blank, one will be
352           generated.</description>
353         </variable>
354       </variablelist>
355     </category>
356
357     <category id="plc_api">
358       <name>API Server</name>
359       <description>API (XML-RPC) server definitions.</description>
360
361       <variablelist>
362         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
363           <name>Enabled</name>
364           <value>true</value>
365           <description>Enable the API server on this
366           machine.</description>
367         </variable>
368
369         <variable id="debug" type="boolean">
370           <name>Debug</name>
371           <value>false</value>
372           <description>Enable verbose API debugging. Do not enable on
373           a production system!</description>
374         </variable>
375
376         <variable id="host" type="hostname">
377           <name>Hostname</name>
378           <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
379           <description>The fully qualified hostname of the API
380           server.</description>
381         </variable>
382
383         <variable id="ip" type="ip">
384           <name>IP Address</name>
385           <value/>
386           <description>The IP address of the API server, if not
387           resolvable.</description>
388         </variable>
389
390         <variable id="ipod_subnet" type="ip">
391           <name>IP Subnet</name>
392           <value>127.0.0.1</value>
393           <description>The IP Subnet for all API servers. 
394           Used to identify IPoD packet senders.</description>
395         </variable>
396
397         <variable id="ipod_mask" type="ip">
398           <name>IP Mask</name>
399           <value>255.255.255.255</value>
400           <description>The IP Mask that should be applied to incoming 
401           packets to match the IP Subnet for IPoD packets.</description>
402         </variable>
403
404         <variable id="port" type="int">
405           <name>Port</name>
406           <value>443</value>
407           <description>The TCP port number through which the API
408           should be accessed.</description>
409         </variable>
410
411         <variable id="path" type="string">
412           <name>Path</name>
413           <value>/PLCAPI/</value>
414           <description>The base path of the API URL.</description>
415         </variable>
416
417         <variable id="maintenance_user" type="string">
418           <name>Maintenance User</name>
419           <value>maint@localhost.localdomain</value>
420           <description>The username of the maintenance account. This
421           account is used by local scripts that perform automated
422           tasks, and cannot be used for normal logins.</description>
423         </variable>
424
425         <variable id="maintenance_password" type="password">
426           <name>Maintenance Password</name>
427           <value></value>
428           <description>The password of the maintenance account. If
429           left blank, one will be generated. We recommend that the
430           password be changed periodically.</description>
431         </variable>
432
433         <variable id="maintenance_sources" type="hostname">
434           <name>Authorized Hosts</name>
435           <value></value>
436           <description>A space-separated list of IP addresses allowed
437           to access the API through the maintenance account. The value
438           of this variable is set automatically to allow only the API,
439           web, and boot servers, and should not be
440           changed.</description>
441         </variable>
442
443         <!-- The following are not actually meant to be configurable
444              as variables. The web interface should allow the file to
445              be downloaded, or its contents replaced by a file upload,
446              but the actual <value> shouldn't need to be changed.  -->
447
448         <variable id="ssl_key" type="file">
449           <name>SSL Private Key</name>
450           <value>/etc/planetlab/api_ssl.key</value>
451           <description>The SSL private key to use for encrypting HTTPS
452           traffic. If non-existent, one will be
453           generated.</description>
454         </variable>
455
456         <variable id="ssl_crt" type="file">
457           <name>SSL Public Certificate</name>
458           <value>/etc/planetlab/api_ssl.crt</value>
459           <description>The corresponding SSL public certificate. By
460           default, this certificate is self-signed. You may replace
461           the certificate later with one signed by a root
462           CA.</description>
463         </variable>
464
465         <variable id="ca_ssl_crt" type="file">
466           <name>Root CA SSL Public Certificate</name>
467           <value>/etc/planetlab/api_ca_ssl.crt</value>
468           <description>The certificate of the root CA, if any, that
469           signed your server certificate. If your server certificate is
470           self-signed, then this file is the same as your server
471           certificate.</description>
472         </variable>
473       </variablelist>
474     </category>
475
476     <category id="plc_www">
477       <name>Web Server</name>
478       <description>Web server definitions.</description>
479
480       <variablelist>
481         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
482           <name>Enabled</name>
483           <value>true</value>
484           <description>Enable the web server on this
485           machine.</description>
486         </variable>
487
488         <variable id="debug" type="boolean">
489           <name>Debug</name>
490           <value>false</value>
491           <description>Enable debugging output on web pages. Do not
492           enable on a production system!</description>
493         </variable>
494
495         <variable id="host" type="hostname">
496           <name>Hostname</name>
497           <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
498           <description>The fully qualified hostname of the web
499           server.</description>
500         </variable>
501
502         <variable id="ip" type="ip">
503           <name>IP Address</name>
504           <value/>
505           <description>The IP address of the web server, if not
506           resolvable.</description>
507         </variable>
508
509         <variable id="port" type="int">
510           <name>Port</name>
511           <value>80</value>
512           <description>The TCP port number through which the
513           unprotected portions of the web site should be
514           accessed.</description>
515         </variable>
516
517         <variable id="ssl_port" type="int">
518           <name>SSL Port</name>
519           <value>443</value>
520           <description>The TCP port number through which the protected
521           portions of the web site should be accessed.</description>
522         </variable>
523
524         <!-- The following are not actually meant to be configurable
525              as variables. The web interface should allow the file to
526              be downloaded, or its contents replaced by a file upload,
527              but the actual <value> shouldn't need to be changed.  -->
528
529         <variable id="ssl_key" type="file">
530           <name>SSL Private Key</name>
531           <value>/etc/planetlab/www_ssl.key</value>
532           <description>The SSL private key to use for encrypting HTTPS
533           traffic. If non-existent, one will be
534           generated.</description>
535         </variable>
536
537         <variable id="ssl_crt" type="file">
538           <name>SSL Public Certificate</name>
539           <value>/etc/planetlab/www_ssl.crt</value>
540           <description>The corresponding SSL public certificate for
541           the HTTP server. By default, this certificate is
542           self-signed. You may replace the certificate later with one
543           signed by a root CA.</description>
544         </variable>
545
546         <variable id="ca_ssl_crt" type="file">
547           <name>Root CA SSL Public Certificate</name>
548           <value>/etc/planetlab/www_ca_ssl.crt</value>
549           <description>The certificate of the root CA, if any, that
550           signed your server certificate. If your server certificate is
551           self-signed, then this file is the same as your server
552           certificate.</description>
553         </variable>
554       </variablelist>
555     </category>
556
557     <category id="plc_boot">
558       <name>Boot Server</name>
559       <description>Boot server definitions. Multiple boot servers
560       may be brought up for load balancing, but we recommend that a
561       single DNS round-robin system be implemented so that the
562       following variables are the same across all of
563       them.</description>
564
565       <variablelist>
566         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
567           <name>Enabled</name>
568           <value>true</value>
569           <description>Enable the boot server on this
570           machine.</description>
571         </variable>
572
573         <variable id="host" type="hostname">
574           <name>Hostname</name>
575           <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
576           <description>The fully qualified hostname of the boot
577           server.</description>
578         </variable>
579
580         <variable id="ip" type="ip">
581           <name>IP Address</name>
582           <value/>
583           <description>The IP address of the boot server, if not
584           resolvable.</description>
585         </variable>
586
587         <variable id="port" type="int">
588           <name>Port</name>
589           <value>80</value>
590           <description>The TCP port number through which the
591           unprotected portions of the boot server should be
592           accessed.</description>
593         </variable>
594
595         <variable id="ssl_port" type="int">
596           <name>SSL Port</name>
597           <value>443</value>
598           <description>The TCP port number through which the protected
599           portions of the boot server should be
600           accessed.</description>
601         </variable>
602
603         <!-- The following are not actually meant to be configurable
604              as variables. The web interface should allow the file to
605              be downloaded, or its contents replaced by a file upload,
606              but the actual <value> shouldn't need to be changed.  -->
607
608         <variable id="ssl_key" type="file">
609           <name>SSL Private Key</name>
610           <value>/etc/planetlab/boot_ssl.key</value>
611           <description>The SSL private key to use for encrypting HTTPS
612           traffic.</description>
613         </variable>
614
615         <variable id="ssl_crt" type="file">
616           <name>SSL Public Certificate</name>
617           <value>/etc/planetlab/boot_ssl.crt</value>
618           <description>The corresponding SSL public certificate for
619           the HTTP server. By default, this certificate is
620           self-signed. You may replace the certificate later with one
621           signed by a root CA.</description>
622         </variable>
623
624         <variable id="ca_ssl_crt" type="file">
625           <name>Root CA SSL Public Certificate</name>
626           <value>/etc/planetlab/boot_ca_ssl.crt</value>
627           <description>The certificate of the root CA, if any, that
628           signed your server certificate. If your server certificate is
629           self-signed, then this file is the same as your server
630           certificate.</description>
631         </variable>
632       </variablelist>
633     </category>
634
635     <category id="plc_omf">
636       <name>Planetlab - OMF Integration</name>
637       <description>Planetlab - OMF integration</description>
638       <variablelist>
639         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
640           <name>OMF integration</name>
641           <value>false</value>
642           <description>Enable OMF integration.</description>
643         </variable>
644
645         <!-- xmpp server configuration -->
646         <variable id="xmpp_server" type="string">
647           <name>XMPP server</name>
648           <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
649           <description>The fully qualified hostname of the XMPP server.</description>
650         </variable>
651
652         <variable id="xmpp_user" type="string">
653           <name>XMPP username</name>
654           <value></value>
655           <description>XMPP username (which has admin rights).</description>
656         </variable>
657
658         <variable id="xmpp_password" type="string">
659           <name>XMPP password</name>
660           <value></value>
661           <description>The password of the XMPP user.</description>
662         </variable>
663
664         <!-- omf-slicemgr -->
665         <variable id="slicemgr_url" type="string">
666           <name>OMF Slicemgr URL</name>
667           <value>http://localhost.localdomain:5053</value>
668           <description>.</description>
669         </variable>
670
671       </variablelist>
672     </category>
673
674     <category id="plc_reservation">
675       <name> Reservable Nodes</name>
676       <variablelist>
677         <variable id="granularity" type="int">
678           <name>Lease granularity</name>
679           <value>3600</value>
680           <description>The smallest timeslot that can be allocated to
681           a node. All leases will be rounded to this granularity, so
682           e.g. if you set 3600 all leases will start and stop at round
683           hours.</description>
684           <variable>
685       </variablelist>
686     </category>
687
688     <category id="plc_planetflow">
689       <name>PlanetFlow Service Configuration</name>
690       <description>Planetflow service definitions used in the netflow slice. </description>
691
692       <variablelist>
693         <variable id="host" type="hostname">
694                 <name>Hostname</name>
695                 <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
696                 <description>The fully qualified hostname.</description>
697         </variable>
698       </variablelist>
699     </category>
700
701     <category id="plc_monitor">
702       <name>Monitoring Service</name>
703       <description>The Monitor service that tracks node availablity and repair.</description>
704       <variablelist>
705         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
706           <name>Enabled</name>
707           <value>false</value>
708           <description>Enable on this machine.</description>
709         </variable>
710         <variable id="host" type="hostname">
711           <name>Hostname</name>
712           <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
713           <description>The fully qualified hostname.</description>
714         </variable>
715         <variable id="ip" type="ip">
716           <name>IP Address</name>
717           <value></value>
718           <description>The IP address of the monitor server.</description>
719         </variable>
720         <variable id="from_email" type="email">
721           <name>Monitor Email Address</name>
722           <value>root+monitor@localhost.localdomain</value>
723           <description>All messages from Monitor will appear to come from this address.</description>
724         </variable>
725         <variable id="cc_email" type="email">
726           <name>CC Email Address</name>
727           <value>root+monitor@localhost.localdomain</value>
728           <description>All messages from Monitor will be copied to this address.</description>
729         </variable>
730         <variable id="rt_queue" type="email">
731           <name>Queue Name in RT for new messages</name>
732           <value>support</value>
733           <description>All messages from Monitor will be copied to this address.</description>
734         </variable>
735         <variable id="dbpassword" type="password">
736           <name>Database Password</name>
737           <value></value>
738           <description>The password to use when accessing the
739           database, Monitor user account in the local PLC.</description>
740         </variable>
741
742             <variable id="ssl_key" type="file">
743                   <name>SSL Private Key</name>
744                   <value>/etc/planetlab/monitor_ssl.key</value>
745                   <description>The SSL private key to use for encrypting HTTPS
746                   traffic.</description>
747                 </variable>
748
749                 <variable id="ssl_crt" type="file">
750                   <name>SSL Public Certificate</name>
751                   <value>/etc/planetlab/monitor_ssl.crt</value>
752                   <description>The corresponding SSL public certificate for
753                   the HTTP server. By default, this certificate is
754                   self-signed. You may replace the certificate later with one
755                   signed by a root CA.</description>
756                 </variable>
757
758                 <variable id="ca_ssl_crt" type="file">
759                   <name>Root CA SSL Public Certificate</name>
760                   <value>/etc/planetlab/monitor_ca_ssl.crt</value>
761                   <description>The certificate of the root CA, if any, that
762                   signed your server certificate. If your server certificate is
763                   self-signed, then this file is the same as your server
764                   certificate.</description>
765                 </variable>
766
767       </variablelist>
768     </category>
769     <category id="plc_rt">
770       <name>RT Configuration</name>
771       <description>RT</description>
772       <variablelist>
773         <variable id="enabled" type="boolean">
774           <name>Enabled</name>
775           <value>false</value>
776           <description>Enable on this machine.</description>
777         </variable>
778         <variable id="host" type="hostname">
779           <name>Hostname</name>
780           <value>localhost.localdomain</value>
781           <description>The fully qualified hostname.</description>
782         </variable>
783         <variable id="ip" type="ip">
784           <name>IP Address</name>
785           <value/>
786           <description>The IP address of the RT server.</description>
787         </variable>
788         <variable id="cc_address" type="email">
789           <name>CC Email Address</name>
790           <value>root+cclist@localhost.localdomain</value>
791           <description>All messages to and from PLCRT will be copied to this address.</description>
792         </variable>
793         <variable id="web_user" type="string">
794           <name>root</name>
795           <value>root</value>
796           <description>Username of a privileged user in RT who can create
797                   tickets for any RT Queue.</description>
798         </variable>
799         <variable id="web_password" type="password">
800           <name>password</name>
801           <value>password</value>
802           <description>Password for RT web user.</description>
803         </variable>
804         <variable id="dbpassword" type="password">
805           <name>Database Password</name>
806           <value></value>
807           <description>Password to use when accessing the RT database.</description>
808         </variable>
809       </variablelist>
810     </category>
811   </variables>
812
813   <comps>
814     <!-- deprecated - not used anymore - use .lst files instead -->
815   </comps>
816
817 </configuration>