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253:   <tr><td>$resource</td>    <td>Resource identifier. For events, this is either a path to a    file (if it begins with '<code>/</code>') or some other kind of -  resource identifier (otherwise). It is '-' for events that doesn't +  resource identifier (otherwise). It is '-' for events that don't    act on any specific resource.</td></tr>   <tr><td>$server-uptime</td>    <td>Server uptime in seconds.</td></tr>
401:   below.</p>      <dl> -  +    <dt>Facility: roxen</dt>    <dd><p>This is logging for systems in the Roxen WebServer core.    For logging that is not related to any specific configuration, the
480:   </str>      <str id="31"> - <o>The log file. &lt;pre&gt;%y Year (e.g. '1997') + <o>The log file. A file name. Some substitutions will be done:&lt;pre&gt;%y Year (e.g. '1997')   %m Month (e.g. '08')   %d Date (e.g. '10' for the tenth)   %h Hour (e.g. '00')
1102:   <t></t>   </str>    - <str id="170"> - <o>Cache: Memory Cache Garbage Collect Interval</o> - <t></t> - </str> +     - <str id="171"> - <o>The number of seconds between every garbage collect (removal of old content) from the memory cache. The memory cache is used for various tasks like remembering what supports flags matches what client.</o> - <t></t> - </str> +       <str id="172">   <o>Commented config files</o>
1630:   <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;. - &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 module 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; + &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;   &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; - &lt;p&gt;On the other hand, a request handled by the the "Filsystem module" could later be handled by the "CGI module".&lt;/p&gt;</o> + &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>   <t></t>   </str>   
2119:   <t></t>   </str>    - <str id="380"> - <o>While running %s: %s</o> - <t></t> - </str> -  +    <str id="382">   <o>Failed to enable %s</o>   <t></t>
2150:    &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; -  &lt;dd&gt;Requires a authenticated user. If the user name 'any' is used, any valid user will be OK. Otherwise, one of the listed users are 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 a 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; +  &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;      &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;
2269:   configuration is required to propagate the change properly to all   modules.&lt;/p&gt;    - &lt;p&gt;Available compatibility levels: - &lt;table&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;2.1&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen WebServer 2.1.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;2.2&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen WebServer 2.2.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;2.4&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen WebServer 2.4. This version is also -  commonly known as 3.2 - the version number that applies to the -  release of Roxen CMS which contains Roxen WebServer 2.4.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;2.5&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to no released version. This compatibility level is -  only used to turn on some optimizations that have compatibility + &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    issues with 2.4, notably the optimization of cache static tags in -  the &amp;lt;cache&amp;gt; tag.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;3.3&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen 3.3.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;3.4&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen 3.4.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;4.0&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen 4.0.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;4.5&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen 4.5.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;tr valign='top'&gt;&lt;td&gt;5.0&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/td&gt; -  &lt;td&gt;Corresponds to Roxen 5.0.&lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt; - &lt;/table&gt;&lt;/p&gt;</o> +  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>   <t></t>   </str>   
2504:   </str>      <str id="442"> - <o>The name of the database. To make it easy on your users, use all lowercaps characters, and avoid 'odd' characters </o> + <o>The name of the database. To make it easy on your users, please use + all lowercase characters, and avoid 'odd' characters.</o>   <t></t>   </str>      <str id="443"> - <o>The database type. Internal means that it will be created in the Roxen MySQL database, and the permissions of the database will be automatically manged by Roxen. External means that the database resides in another database.</o> + <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>   <t></t>   </str>   
2519:   </str>      <str id="446"> - <o>This URL is only used for &lt;/i&gt;External&lt;i&gt; databases, it is totally ignored for databases defined internally in Roxen</o> + <o>The URL to the database. It is only used for &lt;i&gt;external&lt;/i&gt; + databases.</o>   <t></t>   </str>      <str id="447"> - <o>This group is used to group the databses. For external databases, the group can also be used to select which MySQL server the database should be created in</o> + <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>   <t></t>   </str>   
2544:   </str>      <str id="451"> - <o>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. + <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;    - &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 this - server must be a MySQL server, nothing else will work. - </o> + &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>   <t></t>   </str>   
2561:   </str>      <str id="453"> - <o>The identifier of the group. This is used internally in Roxen, and must be unique. If you leave it as automatic, a ID will be selected automatically.</o> + <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>   <t></t>   </str>      <str id="454"> - <o>The name of the database group. This is what is shown in the configuration interface</o> + <o>The name of the database group. This is what is shown in the configuration interface.</o>   <t></t>   </str>      <str id="455"> - <o>This URL is only used when &lt;/i&gt;Internal&lt;i&gt; databases is created in this group, and it specified which MySQL server the datbase 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> + <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>   <t></t>   </str>   
3561:   Running it too often causes unnecessary server load.&lt;/p&gt;</o>   <t></t>   </str> +  + <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"> + <o>Uncheck/check all</o> + <t></t> + </str>