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common.conf 4.0KB

  1. # Sets the directory where EzBuild will save every produced archives. This includes
  2. # Portage snapshots as well as built stages and livecd images.
  3. STORAGEDIR="/home/linux"
  4. # Specifies the maximum number of archives (tarballs) of the same type in a single
  5. # directory that will be kept. The oldest upon specified number will be removed.
  7. # This option sets the remote SSH server with an absolute path to the published download
  8. # directory. It requires key authentication in order to work properly.
  10. # This directive specifies a list of algorithms to be used when creating a digest file
  11. # containing the hash output from any of the supported options below. Adding them may
  12. # take a long time. Supported hashes: adler32, crc32, crc32b, gost, haval128, haval160,
  13. # haval192, haval224, haval256, md2, md4, md5, ripemd128, ripemd256, ripemd320, sha1,
  14. # sha224, sha256, sha384, sha512, snefru128, snefru256, tiger, tiger128, tiger160,
  15. # whirlpool
  16. DIGESTS="md5 sha1"
  17. # Specifies where your distfiles are located. This setting should work fine for every
  18. # default installation.
  19. DISTDIR="/usr/portage/distfiles"
  20. # Using this, the default tarball and image date format can be changed according to the
  21. # requirement. This customizable format may be needed when you want to set different
  22. # timestamp in output files. This option can be overridden by using -D option.
  23. TARBALLDATE="%Y-%m"
  24. # This option specifies a compression algorithm that will be used to produce any tarball
  25. # images, including stages as well as Portage snapshots. Actually supported: bz2, gz, xz.
  27. # A time designation representing the time in seconds that you allow the connection to
  28. # the server to take. This only limits the connection phase, once it has connected this
  29. # option is of no more use. Setting a timeout to 0 disables it altogether. Unless you
  30. # know what you are doing, it is best not to change the default timeout settings.
  31. FETCHTIMEOUT="180"
  32. # Sets the number of times EzBuild will attempt to download files and retrieve portage
  33. # and overlays before it exits with an error. This allows for a more successful retrieval
  34. # without user intervention most times.
  35. FETCHTRIES="3"
  36. # Specifies the maximum number of jobs (commands) to spawn simultaneously. See also the
  37. # related LOADAVERAGE option.
  38. MAXJOBS="4"
  39. # Specifies that no new jobs (commands) should be started if there are other jobs running
  40. # and the load average is at least set LOAD (a floating-point number). This option is
  41. # recommended for use in combi‐nation with MAXJOBS in order to avoid excess load.
  43. # This directive sets the directory where EzBuild will look for custom modules and their
  44. # configuration to be loaded.
  45. MODULESCUSTOMDIR="~/.ezbuild"
  46. # Using this, the default commit date format can be changed according to the requirement.
  47. # This customizable format may be needed when you want to change date format that is shown
  48. # in remote repository update message.
  49. PUSHDATEFORMAT="%a %b %d %H:%M:%S %Z %Y"
  50. # Specifies where EzBuild will store everything that it builds, and also where it will
  51. # put all its temporary files and caches.
  52. STOREDIR="/var/tmp/ezbuild"
  53. # Treats all errors as fatal, when enabled. Disabling this option allows EzBuild scripts
  54. # to continue execution when some non-fatal errors occure. They all will be treated as
  55. # warnings then, but notifications will be still sent if enabled.
  56. FATALERRORS="yes"
  57. # When enabled, causes EzBuild to save every information about progress and all executed
  58. # commands output in the log file. This might provide many useful information necessary
  59. # for debugging purposes.
  60. LOGGING="yes"
  61. # Using this, the default log date format can be changed according to the requirement.
  62. # This customizable format may be needed when you want to perform analysis on the logs
  63. # stored in the log file.
  64. LOGDATEFORMAT="%d/%m/%Y %H:%M:%S"
  65. # Specifies an e-mail address, where all notifications will be sent to. If this variable
  66. # is empty, none notification will be sent at all. This option requires logging to be
  67. # also enabled.
  68. NOTIFY=""