Commit 12a5f63e authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist

Turn off the garb by default, due to popular request.

* doc/lyskomd.texi (Parameters): Changed "Garb" from "on" to
"off".
(Administration): Suggest that the administrator may want to turn
on the garb.
* src/server/server-config.c (parameters): Changed "Garb" from
"on" to "off".
parent c255c0f3
2008-03-31 Per Cederqvist <ceder@lysator.liu.se>
Turn off the garb by default, due to popular request.
* doc/lyskomd.texi (Parameters): Changed "Garb" from "on" to
"off".
(Administration): Suggest that the administrator may want to turn
on the garb.
* src/server/server-config.c (parameters): Changed "Garb" from
"on" to "off".
2007-07-14 Per Cederqvist <ceder@lysator.liu.se>
Fixed a broken example in the documentation.
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......@@ -335,7 +335,7 @@ option is ignored in lyskomd 1.9 and later. Set this using dbck or the
@item Garb: @var{bool}
Should the database be automatically purged of old texts? The default
is on.
is off.
@item Never save: @var{bool}
Completely disables saving the database. Do not set this to @code{true}
......@@ -1286,6 +1286,10 @@ old texts are never removed. The information file contains information
about conferences, users and where in the text file the texts are. This
file is properly garbage collected, but not the text file.
You may want to enable the garb, so that old texts are automatically
removed. Be default, the garb is disabled, to avoid losing texts.
@xref{Parameters}.
There is a program called @code{dbck} (Data Base Check) which is used
to check the consistency of the LysKOM database. This program can also
be used to shrink the text file. To do this, just type @samp{dbck
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......@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ static const struct parameter parameters[] = {
&cf_text_no, 0, 1, "0", &kom_info.motd_of_lyskom,
NULL},
{"Garb",
&cf_bool, 0, 1, "on", &param.garb_enable,
&cf_bool, 0, 1, "off", &param.garb_enable,
NULL},
{"Never save",
&cf_bool, 0, 1, "no", &param.never_save,
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