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share/etc/oned.conf
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#*******************************************************************************
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#                       OpenNebula Configuration file
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#*******************************************************************************
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Daemon configuration attributes
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  HOST_MONITORING_INTERVAL: Time in seconds between host monitorization
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#
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#  VM_POLLING_INTERVAL: Time in seconds between virtual machine monitorization.
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#  (use 0 to disable VM monitoring).
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#
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#  VM_DIR: Remote path to store the VM images, it should be shared between all
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#  the cluster nodes to perform live migrations. This variable is the default
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#  for all the hosts in the cluster.
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#
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#  PORT: Port where oned will listen for xmlrpc calls.
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#
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#  DB: Configuration attributes for the database backend
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#   backend : can be sqlite or mysql (default is sqlite)
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#   server  : (mysql) host name or an IP address for the MySQL server
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#   user    : (mysql) user's MySQL login ID
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#   passwd  : (mysql) the password for user
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#   db_name : (mysql) the database name
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#
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#  VNC_BASE_PORT: VNC ports for VMs can be automatically set to VNC_BASE_PORT +
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#  VMID
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#
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#  DEBUG_LEVEL: 0 = ERROR, 1 = WARNING, 2 = INFO, 3 = DEBUG
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#*******************************************************************************
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HOST_MONITORING_INTERVAL = 600
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VM_POLLING_INTERVAL      = 600
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#VM_DIR=/srv/cloud/one/var
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PORT=2633
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DB = [ backend = "sqlite" ]
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# Sample configuration for MySQL
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# DB = [ backend = "mysql",
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#        server  = "localhost",
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#        user    = "oneadmin",
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#        passwd  = "oneadmin",
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#        db_name = "opennebula" ]
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VNC_BASE_PORT = 5000
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DEBUG_LEVEL=3
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Physical Networks configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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#  NETWORK_SIZE: Here you can define the default size for the virtual networks
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#
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#  MAC_PREFIX: Default MAC prefix to be used to create the auto-generated MAC
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#  addresses is defined here (this can be overrided by the Virtual Network
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#  template)
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#*******************************************************************************
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NETWORK_SIZE = 254
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MAC_PREFIX   = "02:00"
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Image Repository Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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#  IMAGE_REPOSITORY_PATH: Define the path to the image repository, by default
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#  is set to $ONE_LOCATION/var
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#
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#  DEFAULT_IMAGE_TYPE: This can take values
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#       OS        Image file holding an operating system
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#       CDROM     Image file holding a CDROM
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#       DATABLOCK Image file holding a datablock,
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#                 always created as an empty block
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#  DEFAULT_DEVICE_PREFIX: This can be set to
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#       hd        IDE prefix
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#       sd        SCSI
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#       xvd       XEN Virtual Disk
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#       vd        KVM virtual disk
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#*******************************************************************************
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IMAGE_REPOSITORY_PATH = [IMAGES_LOCATION]
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DEFAULT_IMAGE_TYPE    = "OS"
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DEFAULT_DEVICE_PREFIX = "hd"
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Information Driver Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# You can add more information managers with different configurations but make
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# sure it has different names.
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#
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#   name      : name for this information manager
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#
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#   executable: path of the information driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, usually a probe configuration file,
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#               can be an absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or
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#               /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#*******************************************************************************
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#IM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "im_xen",
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#    executable = "one_im_ssh",
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#    arguments  = "im_xen/im_xen.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  KVM Information Driver Manager sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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IM_MAD = [
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      name       = "im_kvm",
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      executable = "one_im_ssh",
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      arguments  = "im_kvm/im_kvm.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  EC2 Information Driver Manager sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#IM_MAD = [
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#      name       = "im_ec2",
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#      executable = "one_im_ec2",
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#      arguments  = "im_ec2/im_ec2.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Virtualization Driver Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# You can add more virtualization managers with different configurations but
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# make sure it has different names.
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#
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#   name      : name of the virtual machine manager driver
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#
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#   executable: path of the virtualization driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable
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#
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#   default   : default values and configuration parameters for the driver, can
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#               be an absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or
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#               /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   type      : driver type, supported drivers: xen, kvm, xml
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#*******************************************************************************
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#VM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "vmm_xen",
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#    executable = "one_vmm_xen",
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#    default    = "vmm_xen/vmm_xen.conf",
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#    type       = "xen" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  KVM Virtualization Driver Manager sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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VM_MAD = [
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    name       = "vmm_kvm",
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    executable = "one_vmm_kvm",
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    default    = "vmm_kvm/vmm_kvm.conf",
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    type       = "kvm" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  EC2 Virtualization Driver Manager sample configuration
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#    arguments: default values for the EC2 driver, can be an absolute path or
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#               relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was
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#               installed in /).
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#VM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "vmm_ec2",
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#    executable = "one_vmm_ec2",
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#    arguments  = "vmm_ec2/vmm_ec2.conf",
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#    type       = "xml" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Transfer Manager Driver Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# You can add more transfer managers with different configurations but make
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# sure it has different names.
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#   name      : name for this transfer driver
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#
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#   executable: path of the transfer driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, usually a commands configuration file
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#               , can be an absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or
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#               /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#*******************************************************************************
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#TM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "tm_ssh",
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#    executable = "one_tm",
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#    arguments  = "tm_ssh/tm_ssh.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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# NFS Transfer Manager Driver sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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TM_MAD = [
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    name       = "tm_nfs",
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    executable = "one_tm",
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    arguments  = "tm_nfs/tm_nfs.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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# Dummy Transfer Manager Driver sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#TM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "tm_dummy",
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#    executable = "one_tm",
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#    arguments  = "tm_dummy/tm_dummy.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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# LVM Transfer Manager Driver sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#TM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "tm_lvm",
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#    executable = "one_tm",
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#    arguments  = "tm_lvm/tm_lvm.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Hook Manager Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# The Driver (HM_MAD), used to execute the Hooks
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#   executable: path of the hook driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, can be an absolute path or relative
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#               to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed
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#               in /)
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#
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# Virtual Machine Hooks (VM_HOOK) defined by:
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#   name      : for the hook, useful to track the hook (OPTIONAL)
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#   on        : when the hook should be executed,
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#               - CREATE, when the VM is created (onevm create)
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#               - RUNNING, after the VM is successfully booted
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#               - SHUTDOWN, after the VM is shutdown
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#               - STOP, after the VM is stopped (including VM image transfers)
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#               - DONE, after the VM is deleted or shutdown
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#   command   : use absolute path here
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#   arguments : for the hook. You can access to VM template variables with $
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#               - $ATTR, the value of an attribute e.g. $NAME or $VMID
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#               - $ATTR[VAR], the value of a vector e.g. $NIC[MAC]
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#               - $ATTR[VAR, COND], same of previous but COND select between
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#                 multiple ATTRs e.g. $NIC[MAC, NETWORK="Public"]
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#   remote    : values,
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#               - YES, The hook is executed in the host where the VM was
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#                 allocated
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#               - NO, The hook is executed in the OpenNebula server (default)
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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HM_MAD = [
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    executable = "one_hm" ]
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#-------------------------------- Image Hook -----------------------------------
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# This hook is used to handle image saving and overwriting when virtual machines
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# reach the DONE state after being shutdown.
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VM_HOOK = [
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    name      = "image",
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    on        = "DONE",
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    command   = "[HOOKS_LOCATION]/image.rb",
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    arguments = "$VMID" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------- Hook Examples --------------------------------
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#VM_HOOK = [
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#    name      = "dhcp",
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#    on        = "create",
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#    command   = "/bin/echo",
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#    arguments = "$NAME > /tmp/test.$VMID" ]
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#VM_HOOK = [
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#    name      = "ebtables",
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#    on        = "running",
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#    command   = "/usr/local/one/bin/set_net",
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#    arguments = '$NIC[MAC, Network = "Private"]',
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#    remote    = "yes" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#VM_HOOK = [
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#    name      = "mail",
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#    on        = "running",
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#    command   = "/usr/local/one/bin/send_mail",
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#    arguments = "$VMID $NAME",
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#    remote    = "no" ]
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#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Auth Manager Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# The Driver (AUTHM_MAD) that will be used to authenticate and authorize
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# OpenNebula requests. If not defined OpenNebula will use the built-in auth
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# policies
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#   executable: path of the auth driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, can be an absolute path or relative
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#               to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed
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#               in /)
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#AUTH_MAD = [
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#    executable = "one_auth_mad" ]
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share/etc/oned.conf.template
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#*******************************************************************************
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#                       OpenNebula Configuration file
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#*******************************************************************************
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Daemon configuration attributes
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  HOST_MONITORING_INTERVAL: Time in seconds between host monitorization
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#
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#  VM_POLLING_INTERVAL: Time in seconds between virtual machine monitorization.
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#  (use 0 to disable VM monitoring).
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#
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#  VM_DIR: Remote path to store the VM images, it should be shared between all
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#  the cluster nodes to perform live migrations. This variable is the default
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#  for all the hosts in the cluster.
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#
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#  PORT: Port where oned will listen for xmlrpc calls.
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#
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#  DB: Configuration attributes for the database backend
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#   backend : can be sqlite or mysql (default is sqlite)
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#   server  : (mysql) host name or an IP address for the MySQL server
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#   user    : (mysql) user's MySQL login ID
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#   passwd  : (mysql) the password for user
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#   db_name : (mysql) the database name
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#
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#  VNC_BASE_PORT: VNC ports for VMs can be automatically set to VNC_BASE_PORT +
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#  VMID
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#
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#  DEBUG_LEVEL: 0 = ERROR, 1 = WARNING, 2 = INFO, 3 = DEBUG
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#*******************************************************************************
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HOST_MONITORING_INTERVAL = 600
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VM_POLLING_INTERVAL      = 600
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#VM_DIR=/srv/cloud/one/var
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PORT=2633
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DB = [ backend = "sqlite" ]
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# Sample configuration for MySQL
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# DB = [ backend = "mysql",
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#        server  = "localhost",
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#        user    = "oneadmin",
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#        passwd  = "oneadmin",
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#        db_name = "opennebula" ]
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VNC_BASE_PORT = 5000
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DEBUG_LEVEL=3
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Physical Networks configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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#  NETWORK_SIZE: Here you can define the default size for the virtual networks
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#
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#  MAC_PREFIX: Default MAC prefix to be used to create the auto-generated MAC
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#  addresses is defined here (this can be overrided by the Virtual Network
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#  template)
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#*******************************************************************************
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NETWORK_SIZE = 254
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MAC_PREFIX   = "02:00"
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Image Repository Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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#  IMAGE_REPOSITORY_PATH: Define the path to the image repository, by default
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#  is set to $ONE_LOCATION/var
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#
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#  DEFAULT_IMAGE_TYPE: This can take values
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#       OS        Image file holding an operating system
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#       CDROM     Image file holding a CDROM
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#       DATABLOCK Image file holding a datablock,
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#                 always created as an empty block
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#  DEFAULT_DEVICE_PREFIX: This can be set to
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#       hd        IDE prefix
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#       sd        SCSI
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#       xvd       XEN Virtual Disk
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#       vd        KVM virtual disk
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#*******************************************************************************
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IMAGE_REPOSITORY_PATH = [IMAGES_LOCATION]
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DEFAULT_IMAGE_TYPE    = "OS"
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DEFAULT_DEVICE_PREFIX = "hd"
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Information Driver Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# You can add more information managers with different configurations but make
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# sure it has different names.
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#
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#   name      : name for this information manager
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#
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#   executable: path of the information driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, usually a probe configuration file,
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#               can be an absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or
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#               /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#*******************************************************************************
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#IM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "im_xen",
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#    executable = "one_im_ssh",
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#    arguments  = "im_xen/im_xen.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  KVM Information Driver Manager sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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IM_MAD = [
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      name       = "im_kvm",
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      executable = "one_im_ssh",
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      arguments  = "im_kvm/im_kvm.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  EC2 Information Driver Manager sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#IM_MAD = [
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#      name       = "im_ec2",
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#      executable = "one_im_ec2",
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#      arguments  = "im_ec2/im_ec2.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Virtualization Driver Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# You can add more virtualization managers with different configurations but
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# make sure it has different names.
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#
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#   name      : name of the virtual machine manager driver
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#
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#   executable: path of the virtualization driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable
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#
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#   default   : default values and configuration parameters for the driver, can
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#               be an absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or
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#               /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   type      : driver type, supported drivers: xen, kvm, xml
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#*******************************************************************************
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#VM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "vmm_xen",
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#    executable = "one_vmm_xen",
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#    default    = "vmm_xen/vmm_xen.conf",
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#    type       = "xen" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  KVM Virtualization Driver Manager sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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VM_MAD = [
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    name       = "vmm_kvm",
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    executable = "one_vmm_kvm",
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    default    = "vmm_kvm/vmm_kvm.conf",
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    type       = "kvm" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#  EC2 Virtualization Driver Manager sample configuration
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#    arguments: default values for the EC2 driver, can be an absolute path or
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#               relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was
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#               installed in /).
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#VM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "vmm_ec2",
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#    executable = "one_vmm_ec2",
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#    arguments  = "vmm_ec2/vmm_ec2.conf",
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#    type       = "xml" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Transfer Manager Driver Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# You can add more transfer managers with different configurations but make
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# sure it has different names.
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#   name      : name for this transfer driver
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#
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#   executable: path of the transfer driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, usually a commands configuration file
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#               , can be an absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or
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#               /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#*******************************************************************************
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#TM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "tm_ssh",
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#    executable = "one_tm",
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#    arguments  = "tm_ssh/tm_ssh.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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# NFS Transfer Manager Driver sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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TM_MAD = [
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    name       = "tm_nfs",
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    executable = "one_tm",
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    arguments  = "tm_nfs/tm_nfs.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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# Dummy Transfer Manager Driver sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#TM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "tm_dummy",
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#    executable = "one_tm",
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#    arguments  = "tm_dummy/tm_dummy.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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# LVM Transfer Manager Driver sample configuration
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#TM_MAD = [
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#    name       = "tm_lvm",
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#    executable = "one_tm",
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#    arguments  = "tm_lvm/tm_lvm.conf" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#*******************************************************************************
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# Hook Manager Configuration
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#*******************************************************************************
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# The Driver (HM_MAD), used to execute the Hooks
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#   executable: path of the hook driver executable, can be an
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#               absolute path or relative to $ONE_LOCATION/lib/mads (or
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, can be an absolute path or relative
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#               to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed
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#               in /)
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#
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# Virtual Machine Hooks (VM_HOOK) defined by:
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#   name      : for the hook, useful to track the hook (OPTIONAL)
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#   on        : when the hook should be executed,
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#               - CREATE, when the VM is created (onevm create)
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#               - RUNNING, after the VM is successfully booted
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#               - SHUTDOWN, after the VM is shutdown
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#               - STOP, after the VM is stopped (including VM image transfers)
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#               - DONE, after the VM is deleted or shutdown
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#   command   : use absolute path here
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#   arguments : for the hook. You can access to VM template variables with $
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#               - $ATTR, the value of an attribute e.g. $NAME or $VMID
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#               - $ATTR[VAR], the value of a vector e.g. $NIC[MAC]
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#               - $ATTR[VAR, COND], same of previous but COND select between
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#                 multiple ATTRs e.g. $NIC[MAC, NETWORK="Public"]
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#   remote    : values,
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#               - YES, The hook is executed in the host where the VM was
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#                 allocated
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#               - NO, The hook is executed in the OpenNebula server (default)
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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HM_MAD = [
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    executable = "one_hm" ]
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#-------------------------------- Image Hook -----------------------------------
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# This hook is used to handle image saving and overwriting when virtual machines
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# reach the DONE state after being shutdown.
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VM_HOOK = [
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    name      = "image",
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    on        = "DONE",
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    command   = "[HOOKS_LOCATION]/image.rb",
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    arguments = "$VMID" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#-------------------------------- Hook Examples --------------------------------
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#VM_HOOK = [
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#    name      = "dhcp",
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#    on        = "create",
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#    command   = "/bin/echo",
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#    arguments = "$NAME > /tmp/test.$VMID" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#VM_HOOK = [
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#    name      = "ebtables",
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#    on        = "running",
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#    command   = "/usr/local/one/bin/set_net",
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#    arguments = '$NIC[MAC, Network = "Private"]',
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#    remote    = "yes" ]
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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#VM_HOOK = [
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#    name      = "mail",
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#    on        = "running",
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#    command   = "/usr/local/one/bin/send_mail",
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#    arguments = "$VMID $NAME",
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#    remote    = "no" ]
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# Auth Manager Configuration
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# The Driver (AUTHM_MAD) that will be used to authenticate and authorize
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# OpenNebula requests. If not defined OpenNebula will use the built-in auth
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# policies
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#   executable: path of the auth driver executable, can be an
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#               /usr/lib/one/mads/ if OpenNebula was installed in /)
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#   arguments : for the driver executable, can be an absolute path or relative
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#               to $ONE_LOCATION/etc (or /etc/one/ if OpenNebula was installed
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#               in /)
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#AUTH_MAD = [
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#    executable = "one_auth_mad" ]
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