a72ed82000-07-21Andreas Lange <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?> <locale version="1.0"/> <project>roxen_config</project>
799fba2000-08-11Andreas Lange <language>eng</language>
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <file>../base_server/config_userdb.pike</file>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <file>../base_server/configuration.pike</file>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <file>../base_server/global_variables.pike</file>
3093302000-11-21Per Hedbor <file>../base_server/module_support.pike</file>
ddad052017-12-20Karl Gustav Sterneberg <file>../base_server/roxen.pike</file>
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <file>../config_interface/actions/fsgarb.pike</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/actions/index.html</file>
3b3eac2001-09-03Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/boxes/Box.pmod</file>
31cfb12001-11-07Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <file>../config_interface/boxes/articles.pike</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/boxes/crunch.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/boxes/doclinks.pike</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/boxes/megatokyo.pike</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/boxes/ris_news.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/boxes/server_status.pike</file>
27377e2011-12-21Jonas Wallden <file>../config_interface/boxes/snmp_status.pike</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/boxes/welcome.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/cv_startpage_tabs.pike</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/backups.html</file>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/browser.pike</file>
31cfb12001-11-07Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <file>../config_interface/dbs/create_db.html</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/create_group.html</file>
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <file>../config_interface/dbs/db_list.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/db_maintenance.pike</file>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/db_matrix.pike</file>
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <file>../config_interface/dbs/db_optimizeall.html</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/db_optimizeall_ajax.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/db_repairall.html</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/db_repairall_ajax.pike</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/edit_group.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/import_dbs.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/index.html</file>
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <file>../config_interface/dbs/maintenance.html</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/new_db.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/new_group.pike</file>
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <file>../config_interface/dbs/permissions.html</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/restore_db.pike</file>
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <file>../config_interface/dbs/schedules.html</file> <file>../config_interface/dbs/schedules.pike</file>
31cfb12001-11-07Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <file>../config_interface/dbs/status.html</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/status.pike</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/dbs/subtabs.pike</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/diff.pike</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/event_log/clear_log.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/event_log/log.pike</file>
31cfb12001-11-07Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <file>../config_interface/global_settings/index.html</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/logutil.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/add_module.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/config_left_item.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/create_site.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/drop_module.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/drop_site.html</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/drop_site.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/index.html</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/log.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/new_site.html</file>
31cfb12001-11-07Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <file>../config_interface/sites/site.html</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/sites/site_content.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/sites/site_header.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/statusinfo.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/template</file>
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <file>../config_interface/template-insert</file>
54ca962001-01-29Martin Nilsson <file>../config_interface/topmenu.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/user_delete.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/user_form.pike</file> <file>../config_interface/users.html</file>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/Date.pike</file> <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/Email.pike</file>
8615c42000-11-27Martin Nilsson <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/Image.pike</file>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/Mapping.pike</file> <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/Schedule.pike</file> <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/Upload.pike</file> <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/VerifiedString.pike</file>
31cfb12001-11-07Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <file>../etc/modules/Variable.pmod/module.pmod</file>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <file>../modules/configuration/config_filesystem.pike</file>
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <file>../modules/configuration/config_json.pike</file>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <file>../modules/configuration/config_tags.pike</file>
d702ad2001-04-26Martin Nilsson <file>../site_templates/common.pike</file>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange 
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <str id="2">
8777bd2001-01-01Martin Nilsson <o>Sent data</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="3"> <o>sec</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="4">
8777bd2001-01-01Martin Nilsson <o>Sent headers</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="6"> <o>min</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="7">
8777bd2001-01-01Martin Nilsson <o>Received data</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="10">
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <o>FTP statistics:</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="11">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>Reloaded %s.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="12"> <o>Priority</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="13">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>&lt;p&gt;The priority of the module.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Modules with the same priority can be assumed to be called in random order.&lt;/p&gt; </o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="16"> <o>Security: Patterns</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="18"> <o>Security: Security level</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="20">
359cc02005-09-30Anders Johansson <o>Ports: Default site</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="21"> <o>If true, this site will be selected in preference of other sites when virtual hosting is used and no host header is supplied, or the supplied host header does not match the address of any of the other servers.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="22">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>Site comment</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="23"> <o>This text will be visible in the administration interface, it can be quite useful to use as a memory helper.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="24">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>Site name</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="25">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>This is the name that will be used in the administration interface. If this is left empty, the actual name of the site will be used.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="26"> <o>Logging: Format</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="27">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>Describes the format to use for access logging. The log file can also receive messages for various internal activities. Empty lines and lines beginning with '&lt;code&gt;#&lt;/code&gt;' are ignored. Other lines describes how to log either an access or an internal event. &lt;p&gt;A line to format an access logging message is one of:&lt;/p&gt; &lt;pre&gt;&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;response code&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt;: &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;log format&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; *: &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;log format&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; &lt;/pre&gt; &lt;p&gt;&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;response code&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; is an HTTP status code. The corresponding &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;log format&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; is used for all responses matching that code. It's described in more detail below. If '&lt;code&gt;*&lt;/code&gt;' is used instead of a response code then that line matches all responses that aren't matched by any specific response code line.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;A line to format an event logging message is one of:&lt;/p&gt; &lt;pre&gt;&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;facility&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt;/&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;action&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt;: &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;log format&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;facility&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt;/*: &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;log format&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; */*: &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;log format&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; &lt;/pre&gt; &lt;p&gt;&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;facility&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; matches an identifier for the Roxen module or subsystem that the event comes from. Facility identifiers always starts with a character in &lt;code&gt;[a-zA-Z0-9]&lt;/code&gt; and contains only characters in &lt;code&gt;[-_.#a-zA-Z0-9]&lt;/code&gt;. If '&lt;code&gt;*&lt;/code&gt;' is used instead of &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;facility&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; then that line matches all facilities that aren't matched by any other line.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;action&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; matches an identifier for a specific kind of event logged by a facility. An action identifier contains only characters in &lt;code&gt;[-_.#a-zA-Z0-9]&lt;/code&gt;. '&lt;code&gt;*&lt;/code&gt;' may be used instead of an &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;action&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; to match all events logged by a facility that aren't matched by any other line.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;log format&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; consists of literal characters and the special specifiers described below. All specifiers are not applicable for all kinds of messages. If an unknown or inapplicable specifier is encountered it typically expands to '&lt;code&gt;-&lt;/code&gt;', but in some cases it expands to a dummy value that is syntactically compatible with what it usually expands to.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;For compatibility, underscores ('_') may be used wherever hyphens ('-') occur in the specifier names.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;h3&gt;Format specifiers for both access and event logging&lt;/h3&gt;
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden &lt;table class='hilite-1stcol'&gt;&lt;tbody valign='top'&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;\n \t \r&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Insert a newline, tab or linefeed character, respectively.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$char(int)&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Insert the (1 byte) character specified by the integer. E.g. '&lt;code&gt;$char(36)&lt;/code&gt;' inserts a literal '&lt;code&gt;$&lt;/code&gt;' character.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$wchar(int)&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Insert the specified integer using 2 bytes in network byte order. Specify a negative integer to get the opposite (i.e. big endian) order.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$int(int)&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Insert the specified integer using 4 bytes in network byte order. Specify a negative integer to get the opposite (i.e. big endian) order.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$^&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Suppress newline at the end of the logentry.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$date&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Local date formatted like '&lt;code&gt;2001-01-17&lt;/code&gt;'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$time&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Local time formatted like '&lt;code&gt;13:00:00&lt;/code&gt;'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$cern-date&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Local date and time in CERN Common Log file format, i.e. like '&lt;code&gt;17/Jan/2001:13:00:00 +0200&lt;/code&gt;'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$utc-date&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;UTC date formatted like '&lt;code&gt;2001-01-17&lt;/code&gt;'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$utc-time&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;UTC time formatted like '&lt;code&gt;13:00:00&lt;/code&gt;'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$bin-date&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Unix time as a 32 bit integer in network byte order.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$resource&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Resource identifier. For events, this is either a path to a file (if it begins with '&lt;code&gt;/&lt;/code&gt;') or some other kind of
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden  resource identifier (otherwise). It is '-' for events that don't
405caf2009-12-05Jonas Wallden  act on any specific resource.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$server-uptime&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Server uptime in seconds.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$server-cputime&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Server cpu (user+system) time in milliseconds.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$server-usertime&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Server cpu user time in milliseconds.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$server-systime&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Server cpu system time in milliseconds.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;/tbody&gt;&lt;/table&gt; &lt;h3&gt;Format specifiers for access logging&lt;/h3&gt;
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden &lt;table class='hilite-1stcol'&gt;&lt;tbody valign='top'&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$host&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The remote host name, or ip number.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$vhost&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The Host request-header sent by the client, or '-' if none.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$ip-number&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The remote ip number.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$bin-ip-number&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The remote host ip as a binary integer number.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$link-layer&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The link layer protocol used for the request if known.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$cipher-suite&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The TLS/SSL cipher suite used for the request if applicable.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$forwarded&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The Forwarded (RFC 7239) headers or X-Forwarded-* headers for the request, or '-' if none were provided.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$xff&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The remote host name/ip taken from the X-Forwarded-For header, or
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson  '-' if none were provided. If multiple headers or multiple values are
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  given the first value is logged; this should correspond to the originating computer.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$method&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Request method.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$full-resource&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Full requested resource, including any query fields.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$protocol&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The protocol used (normally HTTP/1.1).&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
9ce6482013-12-02Anders Johansson &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$scheme&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The URL scheme (e.g. http or https) derived from the port handler module.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$response&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The response code sent.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$bin-response&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The response code sent as a binary short number.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$length&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The length of the data section of the reply.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$bin-length&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Same, but as a 32 bit integer in network byte order.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$queue-length&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Number of jobs waiting to be processed by the handler threads at the time this request was added to the queue.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$queue-time&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Time in seconds that the request spent in the internal handler queue, waiting to be processed by a handler thread.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$handle-time&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Time in seconds spent processing the request in a handler thread. This measures the server processing time, excluding I/O and time spent in the handler queue. Note however that this measures real time, not virtual process time. I.e. if there are other handler threads or processes using the CPU then this might not accurately show the time that the Roxen server spent on the request. Also note that if a handler thread has to wait for responses from other servers then that wait time is included in this measurement.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$handle-cputime&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;CPU time in seconds spent processing the request in a handler thread. Similar to $handle-time, but only includes the actual CPU time spent on this request only. Time spent waiting for responses from external server is not included here. Note that this time might have very low accuracy on some platforms. There are also platforms where this measurement isn't available at all, and in that case this fields expands to "-".&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$request-time&lt;/td&gt;
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden  &lt;td&gt;Time in seconds that the whole request took on the server side, including I/O time for receiving the request and sending the response. Note that this measures real time - see $handle-time for further discussion.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$etag&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The entity tag (aka ETag) header of the result.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$referrer&lt;/td&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;td&gt;The header 'referer' from the request, or '-'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$referer&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Same as $referrer. Common misspelling kept for compatibility.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$user-agent&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The header 'User-Agent' from the request, or '-'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$user-agent-raw&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Same, but spaces in the name are not encoded to %20.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$user&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The name of the user, if any is given using the HTTP basic authentication method.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$user-id&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;A unique user ID, if cookies are supported, by the client, otherwise '0'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$content-type&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Resource MIME type.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$cookies&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;All cookies sent by the browser, separated by ';'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$set-cookies&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;All cookies set by the response, separated by ';'.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$cache-status&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;A comma separated list of words (containing no whitespace)
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden  that describes how the request got handled by various caches:
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden 
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden  &lt;table class='hilite-1stcol'&gt;&lt;tbody valign='top'&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;protcache&lt;/td&gt;
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden  &lt;td&gt;The page is served from the HTTP protocol cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;protstore&lt;/td&gt;
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden  &lt;td&gt;The page is stored in the HTTP protocol cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;stale&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;There is a stale entry in the HTTP protocol cache. A refresh is underway in the background and the stale entry is sent in the meantime to avoid a long response time and server congestion.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;refresh&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;This is the finishing of the background refresh request for the entry in the HTTP protocol cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;icachedraw&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;A server-generated image had to be rendered from scratch.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;icacheram&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;A server-generated image was found in the RAM cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;icachedisk&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;A server-generated image was found in the disk cache (i.e. in the server's MySQL database).&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;pcoderam&lt;/td&gt;
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden  &lt;td&gt;A hit in the RXML p-code RAM cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;pcodedisk&lt;/td&gt;
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden  &lt;td&gt;A hit in the RXML p-code persistent cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;pcodestore&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;P-code is added to or updated in the persistent cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;pcodestorefailed&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;An attempt to add or update p-code in the persistent cache failed (e.g. due to a race with another request).&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;cachetag&lt;/td&gt;
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden  &lt;td&gt;RXML was evaluated without any cache miss in any RXML &amp;lt;cache&amp;gt; tag. The &amp;lt;nocache&amp;gt; tag does not count as a miss.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;xsltcache&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;There is a hit XSLT cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;nocache&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;No hit in any known cache, and not added to the HTTP protocol cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;/tbody&gt;&lt;/table&gt;&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$eval-status&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;A comma separated list of words (containing no whitespace) that describes how the page has been evaluated:
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden  &lt;table class='hilite-1stcol'&gt;&lt;tbody valign='top'&gt;
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;bad-charset&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Detected invalid charset in declared content-type.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;xslt&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;XSL transform.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;rxmlsrc&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;RXML evaluated from source.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;rxmlpcode&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;RXML evaluated from compiled p-code.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;/tbody&gt;&lt;/table&gt;&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$protcache-cost&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The lookup depth in the HTTP protocol module low-level cache.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;/tbody&gt;&lt;/table&gt; &lt;h3&gt;Event logging&lt;/h3&gt; &lt;p&gt;The known event logging facilities and modules are described below.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;dl&gt;
405caf2009-12-05Jonas Wallden &lt;dt&gt;Facility: roxen&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;&lt;p&gt;This is logging for systems in the Roxen WebServer core. For logging that is not related to any specific configuration, the configuration for the Administration Interface is used.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The known events are:&lt;/p&gt;
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden  &lt;table class='hilite-1stcol'&gt;&lt;tbody valign='top'&gt;
405caf2009-12-05Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;ram-cache-gc&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Logged after the RAM cache GC has run. $handle-time and $handle-cputime are set to the time the GC took (see descriptions above for details).&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;ram-cache-rebase&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;Logged when the RAM cache has performed a rebias of the priority queue values. Is a problem only if it starts to happen too often.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;/tbody&gt;&lt;/table&gt;&lt;/dd&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden &lt;dt&gt;Facility: sbfs&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;&lt;p&gt;A SiteBuilder file system.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The actions &lt;code&gt;commit&lt;/code&gt;, &lt;code&gt;purge&lt;/code&gt;, &lt;code&gt;mkdir&lt;/code&gt;, &lt;code&gt;set-dir-md&lt;/code&gt;, and &lt;code&gt;rmdir&lt;/code&gt; are logged for file system changes except those in edit areas.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The action &lt;code&gt;crawl-file&lt;/code&gt; is logged for files that are crawled by the persistent cache crawler.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The actions &lt;code&gt;file-change&lt;/code&gt; and &lt;code&gt;dir-change-flat&lt;/code&gt; are logged when external file and directory changes are detected (and this feature is enabled).&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;These extra format specifiers are defined where applicable:&lt;/p&gt;
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden  &lt;table class='hilite-1stcol'&gt;&lt;tbody valign='top'&gt;
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$ac-userid&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The ID number of the AC identity whose edit area was used. Zero for the common view area.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$workarea&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The unique tag for the work area. Empty for the main work area.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$commit-type&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The type of file commit, one of &lt;code&gt;create&lt;/code&gt;, &lt;code&gt;edit&lt;/code&gt;, &lt;code&gt;delete&lt;/code&gt;, and &lt;code&gt;undelete&lt;/code&gt;.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$revision&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The committed revision number, a dotted decimal.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$comment&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;The commit message.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;tr&gt;&lt;td&gt;$request-time&lt;/td&gt; &lt;td&gt;This is set for the action &lt;code&gt;crawl-file&lt;/code&gt;. It's similar to &lt;code&gt;$request-time&lt;/code&gt; for normal requests, except that it measures the whole time it took for the persistent cache crawler to process the page. That includes all crawled variants and the saving of the entry to the database.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; &lt;/tbody&gt;&lt;/table&gt;&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;/dl&gt;</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="28"> <o>Logging: Enabled</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="29"> <o>Log requests</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="30"> <o>Logging: Log file</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="31">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>The log file. A file name. Some substitutions will be done:&lt;pre&gt;%y Year (e.g. '1997')
a72ed82000-07-21Andreas Lange %m Month (e.g. '08') %d Date (e.g. '10' for the tenth) %h Hour (e.g. '00') %H Hostname
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange &lt;/pre&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="32"> <o>Logging: No Logging for</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="33"> <o>Don't log requests from hosts with an IP number which matches any of the patterns in this list. This also affects the access counter log.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="34"> <o>Domain</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="35">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>The domain name of the server. The domain name is used to generate default URLs, and to generate email addresses.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="36">
3b3eac2001-09-03Martin Nilsson <o>Ports: Primary Server URL</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="37">
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <o>This is the main server URL, where your start page is located. This setting is for instance used as fallback to generate absolute URLs to the server, but in most circumstances the URLs sent by the clients are used. A URL is deduced from the first entry in 'URLs' if this is left blank. &lt;p&gt;Note that setting this doesn't make the server accessible; you must also set 'URLs'.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="38">
3b3eac2001-09-03Martin Nilsson <o>Ports: URLs</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="40"> <o>Internal module resource mountpoint</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="41"> <o>Some modules may want to create links to internal resources. This setting configures an internally handled location that can be used for such purposes. Simply select a location that you are not likely to use for regular resources.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="42">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Server; Enabled</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="43">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>If set, per-server bandwidth throttling will be enabled. It will allow you to limit the total available bandwidth for this site.&lt;br /&gt;Bandwidth is assigned using a Token Bucket. The principle under which it works is: for each byte we send we use a token. Tokens are added to a repository at a constant rate. When there's not enough, we can't transmit. When there's too many, they "spill" and are lost.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="44">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Server; Average available bandwidth</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="45">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>This is the average bandwidth available to this site in bytes/sec (the bucket "fill rate").</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="46">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Server; Bucket Depth</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="47"> <o>This is the maximum depth of the bucket. After a long enough period of inactivity, a request will get this many unthrottled bytes of data, before throttling kicks back in.&lt;br&gt;Set equal to the Fill Rate in order not to allow any data bursts. This value determines the length of the time over which the bandwidth is averaged.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="48">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Server; Minimum Grant</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="49"> <o>When the bandwidth availability is below this value, connections will be delayed rather than granted minimal amounts of bandwidth. The purpose is to avoid sending too small packets (which would increase the IP overhead).</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="50">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Server; Maximum Grant</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="51"> <o>This is the maximum number of bytes assigned in a single request to a connection. Keeping this number low will share bandwidth more evenly among the pending connections, but keeping it too low will increase IP overhead and (marginally) CPU usage. You'll want to set it just a tiny bit lower than any integer multiple of your network's MTU (typically 1500 for ethernet).</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="52">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Request; Enabled</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="53"> <o>If set, per-request bandwidth throttling will be enabled.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="54">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Request; Minimum guarranteed bandwidth</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="55"> <o>The maximum bandwidth each connection (in bytes/sec) can use is determined combining a number of modules. But doing so can lead to too small or even negative bandwidths for particularly unlucky requests. This variable guarantees a minimum bandwidth for each request.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="56">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Throttling: Request; Bucket Depth Multiplier</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="57"> <o>The average bandwidth available for each request will be determined by the modules combination. The bucket depth will be determined multiplying the rate by this factor.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="58">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>No such file message</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="59"> <o>What to return when there is no resource or file available at a certain location.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="60"> <o>Welcome text</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="61">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>The text shown to the user on connect.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="62"> <o>User session limit</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="63"> <o>The maximum number of times a user can connect at once. 0 means unlimited.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="64"> <o>Allow named ftp</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="65">
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson <o>If yes, non-anonymous users can connect. Note that for password authentication to be performed you will need to have the "Authentication: Password" module in your site.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="66"> <o>Allow login with incorrect password/user</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="67"> <o>If yes, users can connect with the wrong password and/or username. This is useful since things like .htaccess files can later on authenticate the user.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="68"> <o>Allow anonymous ftp</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="69">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>If yes, anonymous users are allowed to connect.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="70"> <o>Shell database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="71">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>If this string is set to anything but the empty string, it should specify a file containing a list of valid shells. Users with shells that are not in this list will not be allowed to log in.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="72"> <o>Show internal errors</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="73"> <o>Show 'Internal server error' messages to the user. This is very useful if you are debugging your own modules or writing Pike scripts.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="74">
1a13592001-09-29Martin Nilsson <o>Logging: Set unique browser id cookies</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="75">
e2fff72003-01-20Anders Johansson <o>If set to Yes, all clients that accept cookies will get a unique 'user-id-cookie', which can then be used in the log and in scripts to track individual users.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="76"> <o>Logging: Set ID cookies only once</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="77">
1a13592001-09-29Martin Nilsson <o>If set to Yes, Roxen will attempt to set unique browser ID cookies only upon receiving the first request (and again after some minutes). Thus, if the user doesn't allow the cookie to be set, she won't be bothered with multiple requests.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="86">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>SSL certificate file(s)</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="87">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>&lt;p&gt;The SSL certificate file(s) to use.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;This is a list of certificates, intermediate and root certificates, and corresponding private key files in any order.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;If a path is relative, it will first be searched for relative to %s, and if not found there relative to %s.&lt;/p&gt; </o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="88"> <o>SSL key file</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="89">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>The SSL key file to use. If the path is relative, it will first be searched for relative to %s, and if not found there relative to %s. You do not have to specify a key file, leave this field empty to use the certificate file only. This field is obsolete, since the same setting can be done in &lt;b&gt;SSL certificate file(s)&lt;/b&gt;.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="90"> <o>Logging: Log entire file length in restored connections</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="91">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>If this toggle is enabled log entries for restored connections will log the amount of sent data plus the restoration location. Ie if a user has downloaded 100 bytes of a file already, and makes a Range request fetching the remaining 900 bytes, the log entry will log it as if the entire 1000 bytes were downloaded. &lt;p&gt;This is useful if you want to know if downloads were successful (the user has the complete file downloaded). The drawback is that bandwidth statistics on the log file will be incorrect. The statistics in Roxen will still be correct.&lt;/p&gt;</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="92"> <o>Default font</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="93"> <o>The default font to use when modules request a font.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="94"> <o>Font directories</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="95"> <o>This is where the fonts are located.</o> <t></t> </str>
b012c22002-08-16Mattias Andersson <str id="521"> <o>Font oversampling</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="522">
e165eb2002-08-16Anders Johansson <o>If set to Yes, fonts will be oversampled resulting in higher quality but more fuzz. This will require clearing of various graphics caches like the Graphic text and GButton caches to take full effect.</o>
b012c22002-08-16Mattias Andersson <t></t> </str>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <str id="96"> <o>Logging: Log directory prefix</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="97">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>This is the default file path that will be prepended to the log file path in all the default modules and the site.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="98"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Enabled</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="99"> <o>If set to Yes, caching will be enabled.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="100"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Clean size</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="101"> <o>Minimum number of Megabytes removed when a garbage collect is done.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="102"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Minimum available free space and inodes (in %)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="103"> <o>If less than this amount of disk space or inodes (in %) is left, the cache will remove a few files. This check may work half-hearted if the diskcache is spread over several filesystems.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="104"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Size</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="105"> <o>How many MB may the cache grow to before a garbage collect is done?</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="106"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Maximum number of files</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="107">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>How many cache files (inodes) may be on disk before a garbage collect is done? May be left at zero to disable this check.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="108"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache bytes per second</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="109">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>How file size should be treated during garbage collect. Each X bytes count as a second, so that larger files will be removed first.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="110"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Base Cache Dir</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="111">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>This is the base directory where cached files will reside. To avoid mishaps, 'roxen_cache/' is always appended to this variable.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="112"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Number of hash directories</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="113">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>This is the number of directories to hash the contents of the disk cache into. Changing this value currently invalidates the whole cache, since the cache cannot find the old files. In the future, the cache will be recalculated when this value is changed.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="114"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Keep without Content-Length</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="115"> <o>Keep files without Content-Length header information in the cache?</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="116"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Refreshes on Last-Modified</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="117"> <o>If set, refreshes files without Expire header information when they have reached double the age they had when they got cached. This may be useful for some regularly updated docs as online newspapers.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="118"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Last resort (in days)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="119"> <o>How many days shall files without Expires and without Last-Modified header information be kept?</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="120"> <o>Cache: Proxy Disk Cache Garbage collector logfile</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="121"> <o>Information about garbage collector runs, removed and refreshed files, cache and disk status goes here.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="124"> <o>Identify, Use default identification string</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="125">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>Setting this variable to No will display the "Identify as" node where you can state what Roxen should call itself when talking to clients.&lt;br /&gt;It is possible to disable this so that you can enter an identification-string that does not include the actual version of Roxen, as recommended by the HTTP/1.0 and HTTP/1.1 RFCs:&lt;p&gt;&lt;blockquote&gt;&lt;i&gt;Note: Revealing the specific software version of the server may allow the server machine to become more vulnerable to attacks against software that is known to contain security holes. Server implementors are encouraged to make this field a configurable option.&lt;/i&gt;&lt;/blockquote&gt;&lt;/p&gt;</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="126"> <o>Identify, Identify as</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="127"> <o>Enter the name that Roxen should use when talking to clients. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="128"> <o>Change uid and gid to</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="129">
b339292001-08-28Martin Nilsson <o>When Roxen is run as root, to be able to open port 80 for listening, change to this user-id and group-id when the port has been opened. If you specify a symbolic username, the default group of that user will be used. The syntax is user[:group]. &lt;p&gt;A server restart is necessary for a change of this variable to take effect. Note that it also can lead to file permission errors if the
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson Roxen process no longer can read files it previously has written. The start script attempts to fix this for the standard file locations.&lt;/p&gt;</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="130"> <o>Change uid and gid permanently</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="131">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>If this variable is set, Roxen will set it's uid and gid permanently. This disables the 'exec script as user' features for CGI, and also 'access files as user' in the filesystems, but it gives better security.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="132"> <o>Module directories</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="133"> <o>This is a list of directories where Roxen should look for modules. Can be relative paths, from the directory you started Roxen. The directories are searched in order for modules.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="134"> <o>Client supports regexps</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="135"> <o>What do the different clients support? &lt;br /&gt;The default information is normally fetched from the file server/etc/supports in your Roxen directory.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="136"> <o>Logging: Audit trail</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="137"> <o>If Audit trail is set to Yes, all changes of uid will be logged in the Event log.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="138">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>Logging: Debug log method</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="139">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>What method to use for the debug log, default is file, but syslog is also available. When using file, the output is really sent to stdout and stderr, but this is handled by the start script.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="140"> <o>Logging: Log PID</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="141"> <o>If set, the PID will be included in the syslog.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="142"> <o>Logging: Log to system console</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="143"> <o>If set and syslog is used, the error/debug message will be printed to the system console as well as to the system log.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="144"> <o>Logging: Syslog type</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="145"> <o>When using SYSLOG, which log type should be used.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="146"> <o>Logging: Log what to syslog</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="147"> <o>When syslog is used, how much should be sent to it?&lt;br /&gt;&lt;hr /&gt;Fatal: Only messages about fatal errors&lt;br /&gt;Errors: Only error or fatal messages&lt;br /&gt;Warning: Warning messages as well&lt;br /&gt;Debug: Debug messager as well&lt;br /&gt;All: Everything&lt;br /&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="148"> <o>Logging: Log as</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="149"> <o>When syslog is used, this will be the identification of the Roxen daemon. The entered value will be appended to all logs.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="150"> <o>Number of threads to run</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="151"> <o>The number of simultaneous threads Roxen will use.
a72ed82000-07-21Andreas Lange &lt;p&gt;Please note that even if this is one, Roxen will still be able to serve multiple requests, using a select loop based system.
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson &lt;i&gt;This is quite useful if you have more than one CPU in your machine, or if you have a lot of slow NFS accesses.&lt;/i&gt;&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;Do not increase this over 20 unless you have a very good reason to do so.&lt;/p&gt;</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="154">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>Auto Maintenance: Enable Anti-Block-System</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="155"> <o>If set, the anti-block-system will be enabled. This will restart the server after a configurable number of minutes if it locks up. If you are running in a single threaded environment heavy calculations will also halt the server. In multi-threaded mode bugs such as eternal loops will not cause the server to reboot, since only one thread is blocked. In general there is no harm in having this option enabled. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="156">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>Auto Maintenance: ABS Timeout</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="157"> <o>If the server is unable to accept connection for this many minutes, it will be restarted. You need to find a balance: if set too low, the server will be restarted even if it's doing legal things (like generating many images), if set too high you might get a long downtime if the server for some reason locks up.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="158"> <o>Default language</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="159">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>Locale, used to localize all messages in Roxen. Standard means using the default locale, which varies according to the values of the 'LC_MESSAGES' and 'LANG' environment variables.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="160">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>Auto Maintenance: Enable Automatic Restart</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="161">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>If set, Roxen will automatically restart after a configurable number of days. Since Roxen uses a monolith, non-forking server model the process tends to grow in size over time. This is mainly due to heap fragmentation but may also sometimes be because of memory leaks.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="172"> <o>Commented config files</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="173"> <o>Save the variable documentation strings as comments in the configuration files. Only useful if you read or edit the config files directly.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="174"> <o>Show documentation</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="175"> <o>Show the variable documentation.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="176"> <o>Show advanced configuration options</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="177"> <o>Show all possible configuration options, not only the ones that are most often changed.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="180"> <o>Show developer options and actions</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="181">
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <o>Show settings and actions that are not normaly useful for non-developer users. If you develop your own Roxen modules, this option is for you.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="182"> <o>Background color</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="183"> <o>Administration interface background color.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="184"> <o>Text color</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="185"> <o>Administration interface text color.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="186"> <o>Link color</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="187"> <o>Font</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="188"> <o>Administration interface font.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="189"> <o>Add/Delete module page type</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="191"> <o>All Permissions</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="192"> <o>View Settings</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="194"> <o>Edit Global Variables</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="196"> <o>Tasks</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="197"> <o>Restart</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="198"> <o>Shutdown</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="199"> <o>Create Sites</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="200"> <o>Add Modules</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="bA"> <o>Save</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="201">
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson <o>OK</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="202"> <o>Cancel</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="203"> <o>Next</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="204"> <o>Administration Interface</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="206"> <o>User</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="cw"> <o>and</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="207"> <o>every</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="208"> <o>since</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="209"> <o>Notice</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="210"> <o>Warning</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="211"> <o>Error</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="212"> <o>Admin</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="213"> <o>Sites</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="214"> <o>Globals</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="216"> <o>Events</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="217"> <o>Docs</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="220"> <o>Your Settings</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="221"> <o>Users</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="226"> <o>Permission denied</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="227"> <o>Delete</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="228"> <o>Status</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="247"> <o>Clear Log</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="249"> <o>Drop old site</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="250"> <o>Empty</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="255">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>Disabling old configuration %s</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="256"> <o>Settings</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="251"> <o>Add Module</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="252"> <o>Drop Module</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="253"> <o>Reload</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="254"> <o>Module homepage</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="260"> <o>Request status</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="261"> <o>Inherit tree</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="dt">
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <o>Administrator logged on as %s from %s.</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="264"> <o>Mountpoint</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="265"> <o>Usually / is a good idea</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="266"> <o>Will be loaded from: </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="267"> <o>View</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="272">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>Reload Module List</o>
987aef2000-08-03Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="273"> <o>Select one or several modules to add.</o> <t></t> </str>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange  <str id="274">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Cache:Cache size</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="275"> <o>The size of the data cache used to speed up requests for commonly requested files, in KBytes</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="276">
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <o>Cache:Max file size</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="277">
6753962003-03-04Anders Johansson <o>The maximum size of a file that is to be considered for the cache, in KBytes.</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="278"> <o>Compact site list</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="279">
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <o>If true, the list of sites will be presented in a compact format suitable for servers with many sites.</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="280">
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson <o>Normal</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="282">
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson <o>Fast</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="284">
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson <o>Faster</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="286">
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson <o>Compact</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="288">
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson <o>Really compact</o>
9ff27a2000-09-09Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="290"> <o>Module event log for '%s' cleared by %s (%s) from %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="292"> <o>Cache status</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="293"> <o>Hits</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="294"> <o>Misses</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="295"> <o>Entries</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="297"> <o>New row</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="yes"> <o>Yes</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="298"> <o>Event log cleared by %s from %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="300"> <o>This port was requested, but binding it failed.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1"> <o>Initial variables for </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="190"> <o>Initial variables for the site</o> <t></t> </str>
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange  <str id="229"> <o>Page charset</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="230"> <o>The charset to use when rendering configuration interface pages.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="234">
8777bd2001-01-01Martin Nilsson <o>Requests</o>
c28ec32000-09-19Andreas Lange <t></t> </str> <str id="235"> <o>Are you sure you want to disable the site %s?</o> <t></t> </str>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor  <str id="236"> <o>Default variable sort order</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="237"> <o>The default order variables are sorted in</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="238">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>Alphabetical</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str> <str id="239">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>As defined</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str> <str id="240">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>Alphabetical, changed first</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str> <str id="241">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>As defined, changed first</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str> <str id="242"> <o>Changed variables are highlighted</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="243"> <o>How to highlight variables that does not have their default value</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="244"> <o>Not at all</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="268"> <o>Different background color</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="302"> <o>Add a header</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="303"> <o>Group Tasks</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="304"> <o>If true, tasks are grouped acording to type, otherwise all tasks will be listed on one page</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="305"> <o>The modules security level is used to determine if a request should be handled by the module. &lt;p&gt;&lt;h2&gt;Security level vs Trust level&lt;/h2&gt; Each module has a configurable &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt;. Each request has an assigned trust level. Higher &lt;i&gt;trust levels&lt;/i&gt; grants access to modules with higher &lt;i&gt;security levels&lt;/i&gt;.
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden &lt;p&gt;&lt;h2&gt;Definitions&lt;/h2&gt;&lt;ul&gt; &lt;li&gt;A requests initial trust level is infinitely high.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt; A request will only be handled by a module if its &lt;i&gt;trust level&lt;/i&gt; is higher or equal to the &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt; of the module.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt; Each time the request is handled by a module the &lt;i&gt;trust level&lt;/i&gt; of the request will be set to the lower of its &lt;i&gt;trust level&lt;/i&gt; and the modules &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt;, &lt;i&gt;unless&lt;/i&gt; the security level of the module is 0, which is a special case and means that no change should be made.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;/ul&gt;&lt;/p&gt;
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor &lt;p&gt;&lt;h2&gt;Example&lt;/h2&gt; Modules:&lt;ul&gt; &lt;li&gt; User filesystem, &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt; 1&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt; Filesystem module, &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt; 3&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt; CGI module, &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt; 2&lt;/li&gt; &lt;/ul&gt;&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;A request handled by "User filesystem" is assigned a &lt;i&gt;trust level&lt;/i&gt; of one after the &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt; of that module. That request can then not be handled by the "CGI module" since that module has a higher &lt;i&gt;security level&lt;/i&gt; than the requests trust level.&lt;/p&gt;
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden &lt;p&gt;On the other hand, a request handled by the the "Filesystem module" could later be handled by the "CGI module".&lt;/p&gt;</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str> <str id="306"> <o>Site</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="307"> <o>No such file message override files</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="308"> <o>If no file match a given resource all directories above the wanted file is searched for one of the files in this list.&lt;p&gt;
72cade2006-03-06Jonas Wallden As an example, if the file /foo/bar/not_there.html is wanted, and this list contains the default value of 404.inc, these files will be searched for, in this order:&lt;/p&gt;&lt;br /&gt; /foo/bar/404.inc, /foo/404.inc and /404.inc.&lt;p&gt; The inclusion file can access the form variables form.orig-file and form.orig-url to identify the original page that was requested.</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str> <str id="309"> <o>Require user with the 'hilfe' permission</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="310">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>If yes, require a user with the hilfe permission set, otherwise, any configuration interface user will be allowed, even one with only the view settings permission.</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str> <str id="311"> <o>Site event log for '%s' cleared by %s (%s) from %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="313"> <o>An email address must contain "@".</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="314"> <o>The email address domain contains forbidden characters.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="315"> <o>The email address user contains forbidden characters.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="316"> <o>The email address does not contain a user.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="317"> <o>The email address does not contain a domain.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="318"> <o>The email address begins with an character that is not legal in that position.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="319"> <o>The domain %s could not be found.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="326"> <o>unnamed</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="328"> <o>Value is bigger than %s, adjusted</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="329"> <o>Value is less than %s, adjusted</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="330"> <o>You most likely want an ending '/' on this variable</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="331"> <o>%s is not a directory</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="332"> <o>(keep stale value %s)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="333"> <o>Assuming http://*:%[0]d/ for %[0]d</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="334"> <o>Empty URL field</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="335"> <o>%s does not conform to URL syntax</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="338"> <o>Changed %s to %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="339"> <o>SSL support not available in this Pike version.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="340"> <o>Please use %s instead.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="341"> <o>Removed the default port number (%d) from %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="342"> <o>Warning: The protocol %s is not known by roxen</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="344"> <o>Uploaded file: %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="345"> <o>Cannot decode this file as an image</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="346"> <o>Error while decoding image</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="347"> <o>Valid image set (no cimg module available, cannot show it)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="348"> <o>No image set</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="349">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>Apply Patches</o>
35b67f2000-11-20Per Hedbor <t></t> </str>
3093302000-11-21Per Hedbor  <str id="350"> <o>Load of %s (%s) failed</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="351"> <o>The module %s (%s) could not be loaded.</o> <t></t> </str>
c64dcb2000-11-23Martin Nilsson 
e49d5c2000-11-24Martin Nilsson <str id="5"> <o>Interface language</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="19"> <o>Select the Administration interface language.</o> <t></t> </str>
e05d532000-11-27Martin Nilsson  <str id="152"> <o>%O is not an integer</o> <t></t> </str>
8d6b592000-11-27Martin Nilsson  <str id="153"> <o>&lt;dl&gt;
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson &lt;dt&gt;Normal&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Show module name and documentation with images.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Fast&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Like Normal, but no type images.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Faster&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Like Normal, but allows selecting multiple modules at once.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Compact&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Only show the names of modules, and allow addition/deletion of multiple modules at once.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Really compact&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Like Compact, but no module classes.&lt;/dd&gt;
8d6b592000-11-27Martin Nilsson &lt;/dl&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="222"> <o>Create new user</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="223"> <o>Delete old user</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="224"> <o>Create User</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="225"> <o>User ID</o> <t></t> </str>
ad9dc32000-11-30Martin Nilsson  <str id="248"> <o>Create new site</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="269"> <o>Site name:</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="270"> <o>
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden The name of the configuration must contain characters other than space and tab, it must not contain '?', '!', '/', '\', '~', '"', ''', '`', '#', '$', '%', '&amp;amp;', '=', ';', ':', '_', '&amp;lt;', '&amp;gt;', '|', '*', and it must not be 'CVS', 'Global Variables' or 'global variables', nor the name of an existing configuration. This name will show up in the sites menu, a lowercased, filesystem-friendly version will become the virtual server's configuration file name as well as the name of its log file directory.
ad9dc32000-11-30Martin Nilsson </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="271"> <o>with template</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="296"> <o>Illegal site name</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="195"> <o>Community articles</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="231"> <o>Most recently published community articles</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="232"> <o>Crunch activity</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="262"> <o>Recently changed Crunch reports</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="263"> <o>News from www.roxen.com</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="281"> <o>The news headlines from www.roxen.com</o> <t></t> </str>
593a122000-12-30Martin Nilsson  <str id="283"> <o>Unknown box %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="285"> <o>Large Content Boxes</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="287"> <o>Content boxes on the Startpage</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="289"> <o>Small Content Boxes</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="327"> <o>Theme</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="343"> <o>The theme to use</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="358"> <o>Changed</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="359"> <o>Unchanged</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="360"> <o>Home</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="363"> <o>Documentation links</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="364"> <o>Links to the inline documentation</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="365"> <o>Welcome message</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="366"> <o>Roxen welcome message and news</o> <t></t> </str>
8777bd2001-01-01Martin Nilsson  <str id="218"> <o>DBs</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="367"> <o>Server status</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="368"> <o>Various global server statistics</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="369"> <o>Server started</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="370"> <o>Server uptime</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="371"> <o>CPU-time used</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="372"> <o>MySQL status</o> <t></t> </str>
f4ca6e2001-01-29Martin Nilsson <str id="8"> <o>Server secret</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="9">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>The server secret is a string used in some cryptographic functions, such as calculating unique, non-guessable session id's. Change this value into something that is hard to guess, unless you are satisfied with what your computers random generator has produced.</o>
f4ca6e2001-01-29Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="164"> <o>Databases</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="165"> <o>Configuration Filesystem</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="166"> <o>This filesystem serves the administration interface</o> <t></t> </str>
6150972001-01-29Per Hedbor <str id="168"> <o>Hide</o> <t></t> </str>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <str id="169"> <o>Login attempt from %s</o>
6150972001-01-29Per Hedbor <t></t> </str>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <str id="167"> <o>Form font size</o>
6150972001-01-29Per Hedbor <t></t> </str>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <str id="178"> <o>The fontsize of the variables in the configuration interface</o>
6150972001-01-29Per Hedbor <t></t> </str>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <str id="179"> <o>Documentation font size</o>
6150972001-01-29Per Hedbor <t></t> </str>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <str id="193"> <o>The fontsize of the documentation in the configuration interface</o>
6150972001-01-29Per Hedbor <t></t> </str>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <str id="205">
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <o>Minimum allowed bitrate</o>
6150972001-01-29Per Hedbor <t></t> </str>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <str id="215">
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <o>The minimum allowed bitrate, in bits/second. If the client is slower than this set bitrate, it will be disconnected (after a timeout). Setting this higher than 14000 is not recommended if you have modem users.</o>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="233"> <o>bytecode data</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="374"> <o>rows</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="376"> <o>Name</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="377"> <o>Size</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="378">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>Reset query</o>
f8688d2001-03-05Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="379"> <o>Run query</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="382"> <o>Failed to enable %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="383"> <o>Documentation</o>
8777bd2001-01-01Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str>
d702ad2001-04-26Martin Nilsson  <str id="245"> <o>The syntax is: &lt;dl&gt; &lt;dt&gt;&lt;b&gt;userdb&lt;/b&gt; &lt;i&gt;userdatabase module&lt;/i&gt;&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt; Select a non-default userdatabase module. The default is to search all modules. The userdatabase module config_userdb is always present, and contains the configuration users&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;&lt;b&gt;authmethod&lt;/b&gt; &lt;i&gt;authentication module&lt;/i&gt;&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Select a non-default authentication method.&lt;/dd&gt;&lt;dt&gt;&lt;b&gt;realm&lt;/b&gt; &lt;i&gt;realm name&lt;/i&gt;&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;The realm is used when user authentication info is requested&lt;/dd&gt;&lt;/dl&gt; Below, CMD is one of 'allow' and 'deny' &lt;dl&gt; &lt;dt&gt;CMD &lt;b&gt;ip&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;ip/bits&lt;/i&gt; [return]&lt;br /&gt; CMD &lt;b&gt;ip&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;ip:mask&lt;/i&gt; [return] &lt;br /&gt; CMD &lt;b&gt;ip&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;pattern[,pattern,...]&lt;/i&gt; [return] &lt;br /&gt;&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Match the remote IP-address.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;CMD &lt;b&gt;user&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;name[,name,...]&lt;/i&gt; [return]&lt;/dt&gt;
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden  &lt;dd&gt;Requires an authenticated user. If the user name 'any' is used, any valid user will be OK; if the user name 'ANY' is used, a valid user is preferred, but not required. Otherwise, one of the listed users is required.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;CMD &lt;b&gt;group&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;name[,name,...]&lt;/i&gt; [return]&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Requires an authenticated user with a group. If the group name 'any' is used, any valid group will be OK. Otherwise, one of the listed groups are required.&lt;/dd&gt;
d702ad2001-04-26Martin Nilsson  &lt;dt&gt;CMD &lt;b&gt;dns&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;pattern[,pattern,...]&lt;/i&gt; [return]&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Require one of the specified DNS domain-names&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;CMD &lt;b&gt;time&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;HH:mm-HH:mm&lt;/i&gt; [return]&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Only allow access to the module from the first time to the second each day. Both times should be specified in 24-hour HH:mm format.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;CMD &lt;b&gt;day&lt;/b&gt;=&lt;i&gt;day[,day,...]&lt;/i&gt; [return]&lt;/dt&gt;
496d162004-05-14Anders Johansson &lt;dd&gt;Only allow access during certain days. Day is either a numerical value (Monday=1, Sunday=7) or a string (monday, tuesday etc)&lt;/dd&gt;&lt;/dl&gt;&lt;p&gt;
d702ad2001-04-26Martin Nilsson  pattern is always a glob pattern (* = any characters, ? = any character). &lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt; return means that reaching this command results in immediate return, only useful for 'allow'.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;'deny' always implies a return, no futher testing is done if a 'deny' match.&lt;/p&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="246"> <o>Compatibility level</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="257"> <o>Passive port minimum</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="320"> <o>Minimum port number to use in the PASV/EPSV response.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="321"> <o>Passive port maximum</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="322"> <o>Maximum port number to use in the PASV/EPSV response.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="323"> <o>Shared with </o> <t></t> </str>
f2e3482001-05-20Martin Nilsson <str id="14"> <o>Module list mode</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="15">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>The module list mode. One of &lt;dl&gt;&lt;dt&gt;Folded&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Modules in the same group are folded&lt;/dd&gt;&lt;dt&gt;Folded with JavaScript Popup&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Like Folded, but when you move the mouse over a folded group, a menu with the folded modules will popup&lt;/dd&gt;&lt;dt&gt;Unfolded&lt;/dt&gt;&lt;dd&gt;Like the 'old' Roxen 2.1 list&lt;/dd&gt;&lt;/dl&gt;</o>
f2e3482001-05-20Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="17">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>Folded with JavaScript popup</o>
f2e3482001-05-20Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="122"> <o>Folded</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="123">
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson <o>Unfolded (Old style)</o>
f2e3482001-05-20Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="219"> <o>Authentication method</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="291"> <o>The method to use to authenticate configuration interface users.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="301"> <o>HTTP Basic passwords</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="325"> <o>HTTP Cookies</o> <t></t> </str>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson  <str id="384"> <o>Warning: The theme %s no longer exists, using default. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="385"> <o>Reload failed</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="386">
e165eb2002-08-16Anders Johansson <o>&lt;p&gt;The compatibility level is used by different modules to select the right behavior to remain compatible with earlier Roxen versions. When a server configuration is created, this variable is set to the current version. After that it's never changed automatically, thereby ensuring that server configurations migrated from earlier Roxen versions is kept at the right compatibility level.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;This variable may be changed manually, but it's advisable to test the site carefully afterwards. A reload of the whole server configuration is required to propagate the change properly to all modules.&lt;/p&gt;
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden &lt;p&gt;Compatibility level notes:&lt;/p&gt; &lt;ul&gt; &lt;li&gt;2.4 also applies to the version commonly known as 3.2. That was the release of Roxen CMS which contained Roxen WebServer 2.4.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;2.5 corresponds to no released version. This compatibility level is only used to turn on some optimizations that have compatibility
e165eb2002-08-16Anders Johansson  issues with 2.4, notably the optimization of cache static tags in
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden  the &amp;lt;cache&amp;gt; tag.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;There are no compatibility differences between 5.0 and 5.1, so those two compatibility levels can be used interchangeably.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;/ul&gt;</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="387">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>Auto Maintenance: Restart Schedule</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="388"> <o>Automatically restart the server according to this schedule.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="999"> <o>SNMP: Enable SNMP agent</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="389"> <o>Fetching data from %s...</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="396"> <o>Pike Tutorial</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="397"> <o>No documentation found at all</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="398"> <o>Todays MegaTokyo comic</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="399"> <o>Todays comic from MegaTokyo</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="402"> <o>Delete this database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="403"> <o>Delete all tables</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="404"> <o>Make a backup</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="405"> <o>Directory</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="406"> <o>Please specify an URL to define an external database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="407">
a7796a2003-09-26Anders Johansson <o>It is not possible to connect to %s.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="408"> <o>Please specify a name for the database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="409">
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <o>%s is an internal database, used by Roxen. Please select another name.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="410">
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden <o>%s is a MySQL keyword, used by MySQL. Please select another name.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="414">
a74f072017-12-21Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>Configure external database connection</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="418">
62113b2018-01-12Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>Name</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="419"> <o>Type</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="424">
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <o>The database %s was deleted by %s</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="425"> <o>Are you sure you want to delete all tables in %s?</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="426"> <o>Query took %[0].3fs, %[1]d rows in the reply</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="428">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>Defined by %s.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="429">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>The table is known as %O in the module.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="430">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>The table is an anonymous table defined by the module.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="431"> <o>N</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="432"> <o>R</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="433"> <o>W</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="434"> <o>Databases in the group %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="435"> <o>When the group is created, the checked databases will be imported as well</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="437"> <o>Create new database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="438"> <o>Create new group</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="439"> <o>Create a new database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="440"> <o>Internal</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="441"> <o>External</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="442">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>The name of the database. To make it easy on your users, please use all lowercase characters, and avoid 'odd' characters.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="443">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>The database type. &lt;i&gt;Internal&lt;/i&gt; means that it is created in the local Roxen MySQL server, or some other MySQL server specified in the URL setting of the chosen group. The permissions of the database are manged by Roxen. &lt;i&gt;External&lt;/i&gt; means that the database resides in another server, which can be another MySQL instance or something else.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="444"> <o>URL</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="446">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>The URL to the database. It is only used for &lt;i&gt;external&lt;/i&gt; databases.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="447">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>The group to put the database in. For &lt;i&gt;internal&lt;/i&gt; databases, the URL setting in the group also specifies which MySQL server the database is created in.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="448"> <o>Comment</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="449"> <o>automatic</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="450"> <o>Create a new database group</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="451">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>&lt;p&gt;The groups are used mainly to group the databases in the Administration interface, but also to indicate the default MySQL server external databases will be created in.&lt;/p&gt;
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson 
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden &lt;p&gt;If a group has a URL set, it will be used to select the database server in which the database will be created. Please note that it must be a MySQL server.&lt;/p&gt;</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="452"> <o>ID</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="453">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>The identifier of the group. This is used internally in Roxen, and must be unique. If you leave it as automatic, an identifier is selected automatically.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="454">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>The name of the database group. This is what is shown in the configuration interface.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="455">
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <o>This URL is used for &lt;i&gt;internal&lt;/i&gt; databases created in this group, and it specifies which MySQL server they should be created in. As an example, if you want all databases created in the group to end up in the MySQL running on the host &lt;i&gt;wyrm&lt;/i&gt;, using the account with the username &lt;i&gt;foo&lt;/i&gt; and password &lt;i&gt;bar&lt;/i&gt;, set this URL to &lt;i&gt;foo:bar@wyrm&lt;/i&gt;.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="456"> <o>Cannot connect to %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="457"> <o>A database group named %s already exists</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="459"> <o>Date</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="460"> <o>Restore</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="461"> <o>Restore the following tables from the backup</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="462"> <o>Restore the tables to the following database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="463"> <o>Database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="464"> <o>Connections</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="465"> <o>Database Backups</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="466"> <o>Difference</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="467"> <o>%d entries skipped. Present in log on disk</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="468"> <o>This site listens to the following ports:</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="469"> <o>Databases that will no longer be used</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="470"> <o>If you do not want to delete this database, uncheck the checkmark in front of it</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="471">
359cc02005-09-30Anders Johansson <o>If you do not want to delete one or more of these databases, uncheck the checkmark in front of the ones you want to keep.</o>
9fa11d2001-08-24Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="472"> <o>%d entries skipped. Present in log on disk.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="473"> <o>Value</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="474"> <o>Show changes</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="475"> <o>Restore default value</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="476"> <o>Change in content</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="477"> <o>1 line added.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="478"> <o>%d lines added.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="479"> <o>1 line deleted.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="480"> <o>%d lines deleted.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="481"> <o>No difference </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="482"> <o>Never</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="483"> <o>Every %s hour(s).</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="484"> <o>Day</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="485"> <o>Sunday</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="486"> <o>Monday</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="487"> <o>Tuesday</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="488"> <o>Wednesday</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="489"> <o>Thursday</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="490"> <o>Friday</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="491"> <o>Saturday</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="492"> <o>Every %s %s at %s o'clock.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="493"> <o>Every %d hour.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="494"> <o>Every %d %s at %02d:00</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="495"> <o>Error in stored value.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="496"> <o>Value %s does not match the regexp %s.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="497"> <o>Value %s does not match the glob %s.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="498"> <o>Value %s must be at least %d characters long. (%d character short)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="499"> <o>Value %s must not be more than %d characters long. (%d character too long)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="500"> <o>Value %s is not uppercased.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="501"> <o>Value %s is not lowercased.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="502"> <o>Diff</o> <t></t> </str>
adb66f2001-08-24Martin Nilsson  <str id="78"> <o>All database backups currently available</o> <t></t> </str>
b339292001-08-28Martin Nilsson  <str id="79"> <o>&lt;p&gt;No backups are currently available. To make a backup of a database, focus on it in the Databases tab, and click on the make backup button. Please note that you can only make backups of databases managed by Roxen.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="80"> <o>No data entered. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="81"> <o>Data is not a float. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="82"> <o>Found the string %O trailing after the float. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="83"> <o>Data is not an integer </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="84"> <o>Found the string %O trailing after the integer. </o> <t></t> </str>
3b3eac2001-09-03Martin Nilsson  <str id="85"> <o>Default module tab</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="162"> <o>The tab that will be selected by default when you select a module.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="163"> <o>Enable replication system</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="337">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>If enabled, Roxen will enable various replication systems needed to set up multiple frontend systems. You will need a database named 'replicate' that resides in a shared mysql server for this to work. Also, all servers has to have this flag set. Roxen must be restarted before changes to this variable takes effect.</o>
3b3eac2001-09-03Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="361"> <o>Are you sure you want to delete the database %s and the data?</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="362">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>Are you sure you want to delete the database %s? No data will be deleted from the remote database.</o>
3b3eac2001-09-03Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str> <str id="503"> <o>Group</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="299"> <o>URLs</o> <t></t> </str>
1128652001-09-03Martin Nilsson  <str id="324"> <o>Change group for this database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="423"> <o>Changing group for %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="445"> <o>Old group</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="504"> <o>New group</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="505"> <o>%d bytes</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="506">
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden <o>Member of the %s database group.</o>
1128652001-09-03Martin Nilsson <t></t> </str>
3079b82001-10-03Martin Nilsson  <str id="507"> <o>Cannot list fields in %s databases</o> <t></t> </str>
31cfb12001-11-07Henrik Grubbström (Grubba)  <str id="373"> <o>Bind to these URLs. You can use '*' and '?' to perform globbing (using any of these will default to binding to all IP-numbers on your machine). If you specify a IP# in the field it will take precedence over the hostname.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="508"> <o>Ports</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="509"> <o>Select site</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="510"> <o>Bind this port: </o> <t></t> </str>
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson  <str id="39"> <o>License file</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="336"> <o>The license file for this configuration.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="511"> <o> The module is locked and not part of the license. To enable this module please select a valid license and restart the server.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="514"> <o>Web Developer</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="515">
2add272002-09-24Anders Johansson <o>System Developer (Pike)</o>
3568352002-06-05Anders Johansson <t></t> </str> <str id="516"> <o>Administrator</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="517"> <o>Forms And Response Module</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="519"> <o>Tutorials</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="520"> <o>Refresh</o> <t></t> </str>
e165eb2002-08-16Anders Johansson  <str id="312"> <o>(none)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="352"> <o>Delete group</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="353"> <o>You can not delete this group because it is not empty.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="354"> <o>Are you sure you want to delete the group %s?</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="355"> <o>Please give a name for the group.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="356"> <o>Configuration %O not found.</o> <t></t> </str>
2add272002-09-24Anders Johansson  <str id="390"> <o>System Developer (Java)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="523"> <o>Forum Module</o> <t></t> </str>
e2fff72003-01-20Anders Johansson  <str id="524"> <o>Content Editor</o> <t></t> </str>
7e156c2003-09-29Anders Johansson  <str id="458"> <o>FAQ</o> <t></t> </str>
3f40442004-02-03Anders Johansson  <str id="513"> <o>No modules</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="525"> <o>Other</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="526"> <o>requests</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="527"> <o>hits</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="400"> <o>Select site to drop.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="no"> <o>No</o> <t></t> </str>
884dd52004-07-20Anders Johansson  <str id="357"> <o>Load of %s failed: Module not found.</o> <t></t> </str>
d0bc1c2004-12-28Anders Johansson  <str id="512"> <o>This does not look like a valid email address.</o> <t></t> </str>
359cc02005-09-30Anders Johansson  <str id="518"> <o>Support EPRT/EPSV</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="528"> <o>Enable support for the EPRT and EPSV commands (RFC2428).Some firewalls don't handle these commands properly, so depending on your network configuration you may need to disable them. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="529">
62113b2018-01-12Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>A database with name &lt;tt&gt;%s&lt;/tt&gt; already exists. Please select another name.</o>
359cc02005-09-30Anders Johansson <t></t> </str> <str id="530">
62113b2018-01-12Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>The name for the database. It is recommended to use only lowercase letters &lt;tt&gt;[a-z]&lt;/tt&gt;, numbers and &lt;tt&gt;-&lt;/tt&gt; (dash).</o>
359cc02005-09-30Anders Johansson <t></t> </str>
eabb192006-01-25Anders Johansson  <str id="411"> <o>Authentication failed message override files</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="412"> <o>With each authentication required response this file is sent and displayed if the authentication fails or the user choose not to authenticate at all.&lt;p&gt; The file is searched for in parent directories in the same manner as the no such file message override files.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="413"> <o>Authentication failed message</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="420"> <o>What to return when an authentication attempt failed.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="421"> <o>List Type</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="531"> <o>Really Compact</o> <t></t> </str>
fe07f52008-01-10Jonas Wallden  <str id="258"> <o>Logging: Compress log file</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="259"> <o>Path to a program to compress log files, e.g. &lt;tt&gt;/usr/bin/bzip2&lt;/tt&gt; or &lt;tt&gt;/usr/bin/gzip&lt;/tt&gt;. &lt;b&gt;Note&amp;nbsp;1:&lt;/b&gt; The active log file is never compressed. Log rotation needs to be used using the "Log file" filename substitutions (e.g. &lt;tt&gt;$LOGDIR/mysite/Log.%y-%m-%d&lt;/tt&gt;). &lt;b&gt;Note&amp;nbsp;2:&lt;/b&gt; Compression is limited to scanning files with filename substitutions within a fixed directory (e.g. &lt;tt&gt;$LOGDIR/mysite/Log.%y-%m-%d&lt;/tt&gt;, not &lt;tt&gt;$LOGDIR/mysite/%y/Log.%m-%d&lt;/tt&gt;).</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="532"> <o>Show this string in header</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="533"> <o>Enter a identifier that will be displayed in the head of config interface. This makes it easier to distinguish between different site configurations. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="534"> <o>Logging: Dump threads by file polling</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="535"> <o>&lt;p&gt;This option can be used to produce dumps of all the threads in the debug log in situations where the Administration Interface doesn't respond.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;It works by checking for a file called "&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;config name&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt;.dump_threads" in the same directory as the debug log. &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;config name&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; is the name of the server configuration, i.e. the same as the base name of the debug log files (typically "default"). If this file exists, a thread dump is generated and the file is deleted. If a file on the form "&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;config name&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt;.dump_threads.&lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;n&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt;", where &lt;i&gt;&amp;lt;n&amp;gt;&lt;/i&gt; is an integer, exists then &lt;i&gt;n&lt;/i&gt; thread dumps are generated in one minute intervals.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Note that this method normally isn't necessary in unix-like environments; there you can just send a SIGQUIT signal to the pike process to get a thread dump.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Enabling this creates a dedicated thread.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="536"> <o>Change default character set</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="537"> <o>Repair all tables</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="538"> <o>Optimize all tables</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="539"> <o>Changing default character set for %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="540"> <o>Old default character set</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="541"> <o>New default character set</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="542"> <o>the deleted site %O</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="543"> <o>%s in %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="544"> <o>the deleted module %s in %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="545"> <o>the deleted module %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="546"> <o>Internal data that cannot be shared between servers.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="547"> <o>Internal data that may be shared between servers.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="548"> <o>Default charset:</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="549"> <o>No defined databases. </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="550"> <o>Site Permissions</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="551"> <o>Module Priorities</o> <t></t> </str>
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden  <str id="1000"> <o>Compression: Enable HTTP compression</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1001"> <o>Whether to enable HTTP protocol compression. Many types of text content (HTML, CSS, JavaScript etc.) can be compressed quite a lot, so enabling HTTP compression may improve the visitors' perception of the site's performance. It's however a trade-off between server processing power and bandwidth. Requests that end up in the protocol cache will be served in the compressed form directly from the protocol cache, so for such requests the processing power overhead can be held relatively low.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1002"> <o>Compression: Enabled MIME-types</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1003">
9ce6482013-12-02Anders Johansson <o>The MIME types for which to enable compression. The forms "maintype/*" and "maintype/subtype" are allowed, but globbing on the general form (such as "maintype/*subtype" or "maintype/sub*") is not allowed and such globs will be silently ignored.</o>
82c0202009-03-17Jonas Wallden <t></t> </str> <str id="1004"> <o>Compression: Minimum content size</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1005"> <o>The minimum file size for which to enable compression. (It might not be worth it to compress a request if it can fit into a single TCP/IP packet anyways.)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1006"> <o>Compression: Maximum content size</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1007"> <o>The maximum file size for which to enable compression. Note that the general protocol cache entry size limit applies, so if the compression of dynamic requests is disabled, files larger than the protocol cache maximum file size setting will never be served compressed regardless of this setting.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1008"> <o>Compression: Compression level</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1009"> <o>The compression level to use (integer between 1 and 9). Higher number means more compression at the cost of processing power and vice versa. You may need to restart the server for this setting to take effect.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1010"> <o>Compression: Compress dynamic requests</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1011"> <o>If enabled, even requests that aren't cacheable in the protocol cache will be compressed. If the site has many lightweight requests that are not protocol cacheable, the processing overhead may become relatively large with this setting turned on.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1012"> <o>SNMP sub-MIB</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1013"> <o>MIB suffix to 1.3.6.1.4.1.8614.1.1.2 identifying this site.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1014"> <o>MySQL table check</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1015"> <o>Check MySQL tables on server start, and automatically repair if necessary. &lt;b&gt;Fast&lt;/b&gt; checks only tables that haven't been closed properly. &lt;b&gt;Normal&lt;/b&gt; checks for general errors. &lt;b&gt;Medium&lt;/b&gt; catches 99.99 % of all errors. Should be good enough for most cases. &lt;b&gt;Extended&lt;/b&gt; checks the tables VERY throughly. Only use this in extreme cases as myisamchk should normally be able to find out if the table is OK even without this switch.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1016"> <o>Logging: Dump threads for slow requests</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1017"> <o>&lt;p&gt;This enables a monitor that dumps all the threads in the debug log whenever any request, background job or the backend thread has been running for more than a set number of seconds, which is configured with the "Slow request timeout" and "Slow backend timeout" settings.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;This setting is a counter: A positive number stops the monitor after that many thread dumps have been made, -1 enables the monitor permanently, and zero disables it. Positive numbers aren't persistent, so will be reset to zero whenever the server is restarted.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;&lt;b&gt;Warning:&lt;/b&gt; If you set the timeout too low, combined with a high or no limit, then the debug log can fill up very quickly and the server become very slow due to the amount of logging. If that happens and it gets difficult to change back the value then you can force the monitor to be disabled from the start by adding the define "NO_SLOW_REQ_BT" (i.e. add "-DNO_SLOW_REQ_BT" to the start script or in the DEFINES environment variable).&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Enabling this creates a dedicated thread.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1018"> <o>Feature disabled by NO_SLOW_REQ_BT define.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1019"> <o>Logging: Slow request timeout</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1020"> <o>&lt;p&gt;The timeout in seconds for requests or background jobs to trig a thread dump. Zero disables monitoring of those. See the "Dump threads for slow requests" setting for details.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1021"> <o>Logging: Slow backend timeout</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1022"> <o>&lt;p&gt;The timeout in seconds for the backend thread to trig a thread dump. Zero disables monitoring of it. See the "Dump threads for slow requests" setting for details.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The backend thread is a special thread that manages most I/O and directs the incoming requests to the handler threads. It should never be occupied for a significant amount of time since that would make the server essentially unresponsive. Therefore this timeout should be small.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Note that a good value for this is very dependent on hardware. The default setting here is conservative and probably should be lowered to be of real use.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1023"> <o>Undocumented</o> <t></t> </str>
fa5b902009-07-02Jonas Wallden  <str id="381"> <o>Failed to connect</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1024"> <o>Contains all documentation.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1025"> <o>Unknown database</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1042"> <o> &lt;b&gt;Warning!&lt;/b&gt;&lt;br /&gt; This might take a long time to complete.&lt;br/&gt; The amount of time this takes depends on how large the tables are.&lt;br/&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1026"> <o>Backup schedules</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1027"> <o>Schedule</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1028"> <o>Period</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1029"> <o>Time</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1030"> <o>Generations</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1031"> <o>Method</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1032"> <o>Sundays,Mondays,Tuesdays,Wednesdays,Thursdays,Fridays,Saturdays</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1033"> <o>Every Hour</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1034"> <o>Every Day</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1035"> <o>At</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1036"> <o>Unlimited</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1037"> <o>MySQLDump (recommended)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1038"> <o>Backup (internal databases only)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1039"> <o>Backup directory</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1040"> <o>Note: This schedule is also used to schedule backups for Roxen's internal databases.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1041"> <o>Are you sure you want to restore the default value?</o> <t></t> </str>
405caf2009-12-05Jonas Wallden  <str id="1043"> <o>Cache: Memory cache size</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1044"> <o>&lt;p&gt;Maximum size in MByte for all RAM caches taken together. This limit covers the caches visible in the &lt;a href='/actions/?action=cachestatus.pike&amp;class=status'&gt;Cache status&lt;/a&gt; page.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Note that there are many more things in the Roxen WebServer that take space, including some caches that are not handled by the common RAM cache. Also, there is various indirect memory overhead that is not directly accounted for by the size calculations. All these taken together means that the figure configured here cannot be mapped straightly to the size of the Roxen process as reported by the OS. The optimal setting here is the one that in general keeps the Roxen process at a size that avoids swapping and leaves enough memory for buffers and other processes that need to run at the same time (e.g. the Roxen instance of the MySQL server).&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1045"> <o>Cache: Memory cache GC interval</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1046"> <o>&lt;p&gt;Interval in seconds between RAM cache garbage collector runs. This GC removes entries from the RAM caches that have timed out or are stale for other reasons, thereby making more room for new entries. The configured cache size limits are enforced when entries are added, so this GC is not required to keep the cache sizes down.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Running this GC too seldom causes some RAM caches to contain many invalid cache entries, which could push out valid cache entries. Running it too often causes unnecessary server load.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str>
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden  <str id="1047"> <o>Module is disabled</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1048"> <o>Server too busy message</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1049"> <o>What to return if the server is too busy. See also "Handler queue timeout".</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1050"> <o>Handler queue timeout</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1051"> <o>Requests that have been waiting this many seconds on the handler queue will not be processed. Instead, a 503 error code and the "Server too busy message" will be returned to the client. This may help the server to cut down the queue length after spikes of heavy load.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1052"> <o>Proxy: Use proxy (experimental)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1053"> <o>Use proxy for outgoing requests. E.g. when browsing external web sites through the Linkbrowser or when Insert cached-href fetches data from an external location.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1054"> <o>Proxy: Proxy URL</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1055"> <o>The URL of the proxy to use for outgoing requests.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1056"> <o>Proxy: Proxy username</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1057"> <o>Username for proxy authorization.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1058"> <o>Proxy: Proxy password</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1059"> <o>Password for proxy authorization.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1060"> <o>System load</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1061"> <o>The directory the backup will be saved in. If you chose auto, Roxen will generate a directory name that includes the database name and today's date in &lt;tt&gt;$VARDIR/backup&lt;/tt&gt; (%s).</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1062"> <o>Error running query %d: %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1063"> <o>Error connecting to database: </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1064"> <o>Tip: Put '--' on a line to ignore everything below it.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1065">
d4c9772012-01-26Jonas Wallden <o>Uncheck/Check All</o>
6a32272011-12-21Jonas Wallden <t></t> </str>
27377e2011-12-21Jonas Wallden  <str id="1066"> <o>SNMP status</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1067"> <o>Global SNMP server statistics</o> <t></t> </str>
9ce6482013-12-02Anders Johansson  <str id="1068">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>&lt;rect x='%d' y='%d' width='10' height='%d' style='fill:%s;'&gt; &lt;title&gt;%s: %d - %d KB %f&amp;#37; (%d)&lt;/title&gt; &lt;/rect&gt; &lt;rect x='%d' y='0' width='10' height='%d' style='fill:%s;'&gt; &lt;title&gt;%s: %d - %d KB %f&amp;#37; (%d)&lt;/title&gt;
9ce6482013-12-02Anders Johansson &lt;/rect&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1069"> <o>No filesystem garbage collectors active.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1070"> <o>Age</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1071">
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <o>%d files (max: %d)</o>
9ce6482013-12-02Anders Johansson <t></t> </str> <str id="1072"> <o>Not available in this installation of Roxen.</o> <t></t> </str>
0c7a1e2016-09-27Anders Johansson <str id="1074"> <o>Maximum priority</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1075"> <o>&lt;p&gt;The maximum priority value for modules.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;In most cases the default (9) is fine, but in some configurations there may be more than 10 modules of the same type that would otherwise conflict with each other.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Note that existing module priorities will be scaled accordingly when this value is changed.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1076"> <o>Logging: JSON Logging endpoints</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1077"> <o>Socket paths and/or IP:ports to bind for log output from this configuration. $JSONLOGDIR will expand to &amp;lt;configuration directory&amp;gt;/_jsonlog where sockets should be reasonably secure.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1078"> <o>AUTH TLS</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1079"> <o>Whether to require the AUTH TLS command (RFC4217) before login.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1080"> <o>Cipher suite minimum effective key strength</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1081"> <o>&lt;p&gt;The minimum number of effective bits to secure connections.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Common ciphers (subject to availability) in order of effective key bits as of December 2015: &lt;dl&gt; &lt;dt&gt;24&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Export RC4 (aka RC4-40)&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;32&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Export DES (aka DES-40)&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;38&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;RC4&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;40&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;DES&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;112&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;3-DES (Note that this cipher is the minimum required cipher in many versions of TLS)&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;128&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;AES-128&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Camellia-128&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;256&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;AES-256&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Camellia-256&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dd&gt;ChaCha20&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;/dl&gt; &lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Cipher strengths lower than 112 bits are &lt;b&gt;NOT&lt;/b&gt; recommended, and there are RFCs that prohibit the use of all those suites.&lt;/p&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1082"> <o>SSL decryption password</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1083"> <o>Optional password to decrypt the SSL key file(s).</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1084"> <o>Additional suite filtering</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1085"> <o>&lt;p&gt;Selects an additional cipher suite policy.&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;The supported filter modes are: &lt;dl&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Default&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Use the default cipher suite selection policy, and allow all cipher suites that have sufficient strength.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Ephemeral key exchanges only&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Only allow cipher suites that use a key exchange with ephemeral keys (aka "Perfect Forward Security"). Ie either ECDHE or DHE.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Suite B (relaxed)&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Same as &lt;b&gt;Default&lt;/b&gt;, but prefer the suites specified in &lt;b&gt;Suite B&lt;/b&gt;.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Suite B (ephemeral only)&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Same as &lt;b&gt;Ephemeral key exchanges only&lt;/b&gt;, but prefer the suites specified in &lt;b&gt;Suite B&lt;/b&gt;.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Suite B (transitional)&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Support only the suites specified by RFCs 5430 and 6460.&lt;/dd&gt; &lt;dt&gt;Suite B (strict)&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;dd&gt;Support only the suites specified by RFC 6460.&lt;/dt&gt; &lt;/dl&gt; &lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Note: Full Suite B operation is not supported in all configurations.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Note: For full Suite B compliance a suitable certificate must also be used.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1086"> <o>Minimum supported version of SSL/TLS</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1087"> <o>&lt;p&gt;Reject clients that want to use a version of SSL/TLS lower than the selected version.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Note: SSL 3.0 has been deprecated in RFC 7568.&lt;/p&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1088"> <o>Auto Maintenance: Enable Automatic Patch import</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1089"> <o>Automatically fetch and import patches to the server from www.roxen.com.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1090"> <o>Auto Maintenance: Restart and apply patches</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1091"> <o>Apply any pending imported patches when the server is automatically restarted.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1092"> <o>Required license feature: &lt;tt&gt;%s&lt;/tt&gt;.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1093"> <o>Filesystem garbage collector status</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1094"> <o>Show the status for the filesystem garbage collectors.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1095"> <o>1 week</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1096"> <o>%d weeks</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1097"> <o>1 day</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1098"> <o>%d days</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1099"> <o>1 hour</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1100"> <o>%d hours</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1101"> <o>1 minute</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1102"> <o>%d minutes</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1103"> <o>none</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1104"> <o>&lt;rect x='%d' y='%d' width='10' height='%d' style='fill:%s;'&gt; &lt;title&gt;%s: %s - %s %f&amp;#37; (%d)&lt;/title&gt; &lt;/rect&gt; &lt;rect x='%d' y='0' width='10' height='%d' style='fill:%s;'&gt; &lt;title&gt;%s: %s - %s %f&amp;#37; (%d)&lt;/title&gt; &lt;/rect&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1105"> <o>Registered by %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1106"> <o>%d KiB (max: %d)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1107"> <o>File age distribution</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1108"> <o>File size distribution</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1109"> <o>Change backup schedule</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1110"> <o>Changing backup schedule for %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1111"> <o>Old backup schedule</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1112"> <o>New backup schedule</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1113"> <o>None</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1114"> <o>Backuped via the %s backup schedule.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1115"> <o>Not a member of any backup schedule.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1116"> <o>NONE</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1117"> <o>Schedule #%d</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1118"> <o>New</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1119"> <o>Default directory: %s</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1120"> <o>&lt;p&gt;%d is the highest priority and 0 the lowest.&lt;/p&gt;</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1121"> <o>(stale value %s)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1122"> <o>REST API</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1123"> <o> &lt;p&gt;This module provides a REST API for parts of the Administration Interface. &lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The API is JSON based - i.e. responses are JSON encoded and PUT/POST data is expected to be JSON encoded too.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;In general, the following request methods are available: &lt;ul&gt; &lt;li&gt;GET: Query the current value of a resource.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;PUT: Update the current value of a resource.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;POST: Add a resource.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;DELETE: Remove a resource.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;/ul&gt; &lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The "X-Roxen-API" header must be set in all API requests. This requirement acts as a minimum counter-measure against CSRF attacks.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The resource specifier "_all" can be used to map an operation over all resources (see examples below).&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Examples: &lt;ul&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/variables/&lt;/pre&gt; - list global variables&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/configurations/&lt;/pre&gt; - list configurations&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/configurations/CMS/&lt;/pre&gt; - get configuration "CMS" (currently not supported)&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/configurations/CMS/?envelope=1&lt;/pre&gt; - get configuration "CMS" in envelope. Provides a list of available subresources, such as "modules". &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/configurations/CMS/modules/&lt;/pre&gt; - list enabled modules in the configuration "CMS".&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/configurations/CMS/modules/&lt;/pre&gt; - list enabled modules in the configuration "CMS".&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/configurations/CMS/modules/yui/variables/mountpoint&lt;/pre&gt; - get the value of the variable "mountpoint" in the "yui" module.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;PUT /rest/variables/abs_timeout&lt;/pre&gt; - change the value of the "abs_timeout" global variable. The data body of the PUT request should be the JSON encoded value to set.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;POST /rest/configurations/CMS/modules/yui/&lt;/pre&gt; - add an instance of the YUI module to the configuration "CMS".&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;DELETE /rest/configurations/CMS/modules/yui!0/&lt;/pre&gt; - remove instance #0 of the YUI module in the configuration "CMS".&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;PUT /rest/configurations/CMS/modules/yui!0/actions/Reload&lt;/pre&gt; - Reload the YUI module.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;PUT /rest/configurations/CMS/modules/insite_editor!0/actions/Clear Persistent Cache&lt;/pre&gt; - call action button "Clear Persistent Cache " in the Insite Editor module.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;PUT /rest/configurations/_all/modules/insite_editor!0/actions/Clear Persistent Cache&lt;/pre&gt; - call action button "Clear Persistent Cache " in the Insite Editor module in all configurations.&lt;/li&gt; &lt;li&gt;&lt;pre&gt;GET /rest/configurations/_all/modules/_all/variables/mountpoint&lt;/pre&gt; - get the value of the "mountpoint" variable in all modules across all configurations. &lt;/ul&gt; &lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;cURL example: &lt;pre&gt;curl -H "X-Roxen-API: 1" -u admin:password https://localhost.roxen.com:22202/rest/variables/&lt;/pre&gt; &lt;/p&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1124"> <o>Where the REST API is mounted.</o>
9ce6482013-12-02Anders Johansson <t></t> </str>
ddad052017-12-20Karl Gustav Sterneberg  <str id="1125"> <o>SSL/TLS Certificate(s)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1126"> <o>&lt;p&gt;The TLS certificate(s) to use.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Certificate and key files matching the &lt;b&gt;Global Variables/Settings/Certificate and Private Key Globs&lt;/b&gt; setting are automatically imported and valid combinations are listed above.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;At least one certificate must be selected.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;The Server Name Indication (SNI) extension sent by the TLS client will be used to choose a specific certificate for the connection from the set selected here.&lt;/p&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1127"> <o>Certificate and Private Key Globs</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1128"> <o>&lt;p&gt;This is a list of globs for which corresponding files will automatically be imported into the certificate database on server start.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;It may be left empty, in which case any certificates to use will need to be added by hand.&lt;/p&gt; </o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1129"> <o>Lost certificate</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1130"> <o>Invalid certificate</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1131"> <o>Common Name</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1132"> <o>%d bits</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1133"> <o>Issued To</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1134"> <o>Issued By</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1135"> <o>Self-signed</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1136"> <o>Expired</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1137"> <o>Expires</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1138"> <o>Path(s)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1139"> <o>Lost file</o> <t></t> </str>
bc131e2017-12-20Karl Gustav Sterneberg  <str id="1140"> <o>MySQL/MariaDB-internal database.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1141"> <o>Roxen-internal database.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1142"> <o>The table is not included in backups of this database.</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1143"> <o>(Roxen-internal database)</o> <t></t> </str> <str id="1144"> <o>Incomplete</o> <t></t> </str>
a74f072017-12-21Karl Gustav Sterneberg  <str id="1145"> <o>Configure database connection</o> <t></t> </str>
32b1082018-01-02Henrik Grubbström (Grubba)  <str id="1146">
62113b2018-01-12Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>Please specify a name for the database connection.</o>
32b1082018-01-02Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <t></t> </str> <str id="1147">
62113b2018-01-12Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>&lt;tt&gt;%s&lt;/tt&gt; is an internal database, used by Roxen. Please select another name.</o>
32b1082018-01-02Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <t></t> </str> <str id="1148">
62113b2018-01-12Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>&lt;tt&gt;%s&lt;/tt&gt; is a MySQL keyword, used by MySQL. Please select another name.</o>
32b1082018-01-02Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <t></t> </str> <str id="1149">
62113b2018-01-12Karl Gustav Sterneberg <o>&lt;span style="white-space: pre;"&gt;'&lt;tt&gt;%s&lt;/tt&gt;'&lt;/span&gt; is not a valid database name. Please select another name.</o>
32b1082018-01-02Henrik Grubbström (Grubba) <t></t> </str>