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## -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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## API configuration
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#DEBUG = False
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## Top-level URL for deployment. Numerous other URLs depend on this.
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#CYCLADES_BASE_URL = "https://host:port/cyclades"
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#
## The API will return HTTP Bad Request if the ?changes-since
## parameter refers to a point in time more than POLL_LIMIT seconds ago.
#POLL_LIMIT = 3600
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## Astakos groups that have access to '/admin' views.
#ADMIN_STATS_PERMITTED_GROUPS = ["admin-stats"]
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##
## Network Configuration
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## CYCLADES_DEFAULT_SERVER_NETWORKS setting contains a list of networks to
## connect a newly created server to, *if the user has not* specified them
## explicitly in the POST /server API call.
## Each member of the list may be a network UUID, a tuple of network UUIDs,
## "SNF:ANY_PUBLIC_IPV4" [any public network with an IPv4 subnet defined],
## "SNF:ANY_PUBLIC_IPV6 [any public network with only an IPV6 subnet defined],
##  or "SNF:ANY_PUBLIC" [any public network].
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## Access control and quota policy are enforced, just as if the user had
## specified the value of CYCLADES_DEFAULT_SERVER_NETWORKS in the content
## of the POST /call, after processing of "SNF:*" directives."
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#CYCLADES_DEFAULT_SERVER_NETWORKS = []
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## This setting contains a list of networks which every new server
## will be forced to connect to, regardless of the contents of the POST
## /servers call, or the value of CYCLADES_DEFAULT_SERVER_NETWORKS.
## Its format is identical to that of CYCLADES_DEFAULT_SERVER_NETWORKS.
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## WARNING: No access control or quota policy are enforced.
## The server will get all IPv4/IPv6 addresses needed to connect to the
## networks specified in CYCLADES_FORCED_SERVER_NETWORKS, regardless
## of the state of the floating IP pool of the user, and without
## allocating any floating IPs."
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#CYCLADES_FORCED_SERVER_NETWORKS = []
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## Maximum allowed network size for private networks.
#MAX_CIDR_BLOCK = 22
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## Default settings used by network flavors
#DEFAULT_MAC_PREFIX = 'aa:00:0'
#DEFAULT_BRIDGE = 'br0'
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## Network flavors that users are allowed to create through API requests
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## Available flavors are IP_LESS_ROUTED, MAC_FILTERED, PHYSICAL_VLAN
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#API_ENABLED_NETWORK_FLAVORS = ['MAC_FILTERED']
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## Settings for MAC_FILTERED network:
## ------------------------------------------
## All networks of this type are bridged to the same bridge. Isolation between
## networks is achieved by assigning a unique MAC-prefix to each network and
## filtering packets via ebtables.
#DEFAULT_MAC_FILTERED_BRIDGE = 'prv0'
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## Firewall tags should contain '%s' to be filled with the NIC
## ID.
#GANETI_FIREWALL_ENABLED_TAG = 'synnefo:network:%s:protected'
#GANETI_FIREWALL_DISABLED_TAG = 'synnefo:network:%s:unprotected'
#GANETI_FIREWALL_PROTECTED_TAG = 'synnefo:network:%s:limited'
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## The default firewall profile that will be in effect if no tags are defined
#DEFAULT_FIREWALL_PROFILE = 'DISABLED'
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## Fixed mapping of user VMs to a specific backend.
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## e.g. BACKEND_PER_USER = {'example@synnefo.org': 2}
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#BACKEND_PER_USER = {}
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## Encryption key for the instance hostname in the stat graphs URLs. Set it to
## a random string and update the STATS_SECRET_KEY setting in the snf-stats-app
## host (20-snf-stats-app-settings.conf) accordingly.
#CYCLADES_STATS_SECRET_KEY = "secret key"
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## URL templates for the stat graphs.
## The API implementation replaces '%s' with the encrypted backend id.
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#CPU_BAR_GRAPH_URL = 'http://stats.example.synnefo.org/stats/v1.0/cpu-bar/%s'
#CPU_TIMESERIES_GRAPH_URL = 'http://stats.example.synnefo.org/stats/v1.0/cpu-ts/%s'
#NET_BAR_GRAPH_URL = 'http://stats.example.synnefo.org/net-bar/stats/v1.0/%s'
#NET_TIMESERIES_GRAPH_URL = 'http://stats.example.synnefo.org/stats/v1.0/net-ts/%s'
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#
## Recommended refresh period for server stats
#STATS_REFRESH_PERIOD = 60
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## The maximum number of file path/content pairs that can be supplied on server
## build
#MAX_PERSONALITY = 5
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## The maximum size, in bytes, for each personality file
#MAX_PERSONALITY_SIZE = 10240
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## Authentication URL of the astakos instance to be used for user management
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#ASTAKOS_AUTH_URL = 'https://accounts.example.synnefo.org/identity/v2.0'
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#
## Key for password encryption-decryption. After changing this setting, synnefo
## will be unable to decrypt all existing Backend passwords. You will need to
## store again the new password by using 'snf-manage backend-modify'.
## SECRET_ENCRYPTION_KEY may up to 32 bytes. Keys bigger than 32 bytes are not
## supported.
#SECRET_ENCRYPTION_KEY= "Password Encryption Key"
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## Astakos service token
## The token used for astakos service api calls (e.g. api to retrieve user email
## using a user uuid)
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#CYCLADES_SERVICE_TOKEN = ''
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## PROXY Astakos services under the following path
#CYCLADES_PROXY_PREFIX = '_astakos'
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# Tune the size of the http connection pool to astakos.
#CYCLADES_ASTAKOSCLIENT_POOLSIZE = 50
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## Template to use to build the FQDN of VMs. The setting will be formated with
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## the id of the VM.
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#CYCLADES_SERVERS_FQDN = 'snf-%(id)s.vm.example.synnefo.org'
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#
## Description of applied port forwarding rules (DNAT) for Cyclades VMs. This
## setting contains a mapping from the port of each VM to a tuple contaning the
## destination IP/hostname and the new port: (host, port). Instead of a tuple a
## python callable object may be used which must return such a tuple. The caller
## will pass to the callable the following positional arguments, in the
## following order:
## * server_id: The ID of the VM in the DB
## * ip_address: The IPv4 address of the public VM NIC
## * fqdn: The FQDN of the VM
## * user: The UUID of the owner of the VM
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## Here is an example describing the mapping of the SSH port of all VMs to
## the external address 'gate.example.synnefo.org' and port 60000+server_id.
## e.g. iptables -t nat -A prerouting -d gate.example.synnefo.org \
## --dport (61000 # $(VM_ID)) -j DNAT --to-destination $(VM_IP):22
##CYCLADES_PORT_FORWARDING = {
##    22: lambda ip_address, server_id, fqdn, user:
##               ("gate.example.synnefo.org", 61000 + server_id),
##}
#CYCLADES_PORT_FORWARDING = {}
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## Extra configuration options required for snf-vncauthproxy (>=1.5)
#CYCLADES_VNCAUTHPROXY_OPTS = {
#    # These values are required for VNC console support. They should match a
#    # user / password configured in the snf-vncauthproxy authentication / users
#    # file (/var/lib/vncauthproxy/users).
#    'auth_user': 'synnefo',
#    'auth_password': 'secret_password',
#    # server_address and server_port should reflect the --listen-address and
#    # --listen-port options passed to the vncauthproxy daemon
#    'server_address': '127.0.0.1',
#    'server_port': 24999,
#    # Set to True to enable SSL support on the control socket.
#    'enable_ssl': False,
#    # If you enabled SSL support for snf-vncauthproxy you can optionally
#    # provide a path to a CA file and enable strict checkfing for the server
#    # certficiate.
#    'ca_cert': None,
#    'strict': False,
#}