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[yast-devel] Fwd: SLE12 YAST translation - translator queries
Hi,

Please check questions from translators and try to answer if applicable.

Thanks
Lukas

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: SLE12 YAST translation - translator queries
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 10:30:22 +0200
From: Karl Eichwalder <ke@xxxxxxx>
To: <locilka@xxxxxxx>
CC: Padraig Dillon <PDillon@xxxxxxxxxx>, Shane Wims <SWims@xxxxxxxxxx>

"Shane Wims" <swims@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

I have some queries from translators about the yast pot files. Can you
pass them on to the relevant developer please? The yast modules
concerned are:
squid, iplb (2 queries) and auth-client. I pasted the relevent strings
into the file, but in the case of iplb.pot the strings are exceptionally
long.

Hi Lukas,

can you please pass the files to the maintainers who are in charge now
(do we have a list of the packages and their maintainers?).

Yes, the iplb.pot strings are much too long. Lukas, please ask the
maintainer to split these strings.

Is it ok to report the problems this way? If wanted, I can also enter
them as bugs.

Find the strings in the attached file.

--

Lukas Ocilka, Yast TL, Cloud & Systems Management Department
SUSE LINUX s.r.o., Praha


squid.pot

Is the string correct:

msgid "This refers to the destination domain, i.e. the source domain where the
origin server is located."






auth-client.pot

What is the distinction between Enabling/Starting/Activating the Kerberos
server? Some languages, eg German use the same word.

#: src/modules/AuthServer.pm:1559
msgid "Enabling Kerberos Server"
msgstr ""

#: src/modules/AuthServer.pm:1560
msgid "Starting Kerberos Server"
msgstr ""

#: src/modules/AuthServer.pm:1562
msgid "Activating Kerberos Server"
msgstr ""


iplb.pot (query 1 of 2)

Typo: are ored
What should it be?

msgid ""
"\n"
"<p><b><big>check interval</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Defines the number of second between server checks.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 10 seconds\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>check timeout</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Timeout in seconds for connect, external and ping checks. If the timeou"
"t is exceeded then the real server is declared dead.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>If undefined then the value of negotiatetimeout is used. negotiatetimeo"
"ut is also a global value that may be overriden by a per-virtual setting.\n"
"</p><p>If both checktimeout and negotiatetimeout are unset, the default is use"
"d.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 5 seconds\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>failure count</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>The number of consecutive times a failure will have to be reported by a"
" check before the realserver is considered to have failed. A value of 1 will "
"have the realserver considered failed on the first failure. A successful chec"
"k will reset the failure counter to 0.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 1\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>negotiate timeout</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Timeout in seconds for negotiate checks.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>If undefined then the value of connecttimeout is used. connecttimeout i"
"s also a global value that may be overriden by a per-virtual setting.\n"
"</p><p>If both negotiatetimeout and connecttimeout are unset, the default is u"
"sed.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 30 seconds\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>fallback</big> =</b> <i>ip_address|hostname[:portnumber|sercvic"
"ename]</i> [<b>gate</b>|<b>masq</b>|<b>ipip</b>]\n"
"</p><p>the server onto which a webservice is redirected if all real servers ar"
"e down. Typically this would be 127.0.0.1 with an emergency page.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>log file</big> =
\"</b><i>/path/to/logfile</i><b>\"</b>|syslog_fa"
"cility\n"
"</p><p>An alternative logfile might be specified with this directive. If the l"
"ogfile does not have a leading '/', it is assumed to be a <b><a
href=\"/man/3/s"
"yslog\">syslog</a></b>(3) facility name.\n"
"</p><p>Default: log directly to the file <i>/var/log/ldirectord.log</i>.\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>email alert</big> = \"</b><i>emailaddress</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>A valid email address for sending alerts about the changed connection s"
"tatus to any real server defined in the virtual service. This option requires "
"perl\n"
"module MailTools to be installed. Automatically tries to send email using any "
"of the built-in methods. See perldoc Mail::Mailer for more info on methods.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>email alert freq</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Delay in seconds between repeating email alerts while any given real se"
"rver in the virtual service remains inaccessible. A setting of zero seconds wi"
"ll\n"
"inhibit the repeating alerts. The email timing accuracy of this setting is dep"
"endent on the number of seconds defined in the checkinterval configuration\n"
"option.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 0\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>email alert status</big> = all</b>|<b>none</b>|<b>starting</b>|"
"<b>running</b>|<b>stopping</b>|<b>reloading</b>,...\n"
"</p><p>Comma delimited list of server states in which email alerts should be s"
"ent. <b>all</b> is a short-hand for\n"
"\"<b>starting</b>,<b>running</b>,<b>stopping</b>,<b>reloading</b>\". If
<b>none<"
"/b> is specified, no other option may be specified, otherwise options are ored"
"\n"
"with each other.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: all\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>callback</big> = \"</b><i>/path/to/callback</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>If this directive is defined, <b>ldirectord</b> automatically calls the"
" executable <i>/path/to/callback</i> after the configuration file has changed "
"on\n"
"disk. This is useful to update the configuration file through <b>scp</b> on th"
"e other heartbeated host. The first argument to the callback is the name of th"
"e\n"
"configuration.\n"
"</p><p>This directive might also be used to restart <b>ldirectord</b> automati"
"cally after the configuration file changed on disk. However, if <b>autoreload<"
"/b> is\n"
"set to yes, the configuration is reloaded anyway.\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>execute</big> = \"</b><i>configuration</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>Use this directive to start an instance of ldirectord for the named <i>"
"configuration</i>.\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>auto reload</big> = yes</b>|<b>no</b>\n"
"</p><p>Defines if &lt;ldirectord&gt; should continuously check the configurati"
"on file for modification. If this is set to 'yes' and the configuration file c"
"hanged\n"
"on disk and its modification time (mtime) is newer than the previous version, "
"the configuration is automatically reloaded.\n"
"</p><p>Default: no\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>quiescent</big> = yes</b>|<b>no</b>\n"
"</p><p>If <i>yes</i>, then when real or failback servers are determined to be "
"down, they are not actually removed from the kernel's <small>LVS</small> table"
".\n"
"Rather, their weight is set to zero which means that no new connections will b"
"e accepted.\n"
"</p><p>This has the side effect, that if the real server has persistent connec"
"tions, new connections from any existing clients will continue to be routed to"
" the\n"
"real server, until the persistant timeout can expire. See ipvsadm for more inf"
"ormation on persistant connections.\n"
"</p><p>This side-effect can be avoided by running the following:\n"
"</p><p>echo 1 &gt; /proc/sys/net/ipv4/vs/expire_quiescent_template\n"
"</p><p>If the proc file isn't present this probably means that the kernel does"
"n't have lvs support, <small>LVS</small> support isn't loaded, or the kernel i"
"s too\n"
"old to have the proc file. Running ipvsadm as root should load <small>LVS</sma"
"ll> into the kernel if it is possible.\n"
"</p><p>If <i>no</i>, then the real or failback servers will be removed from th"
"e kernel's <small>LVS</small> table. The default is <i>yes</i>.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: <i>yes</i>\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>fork</big> = yes</b>|<b>no</b>\n"
"</p><p>If <i>yes</i>, then ldirectord will spawn a child proccess for every vi"
"rtual server, and run checks against the real servers from them. This will inc"
"rease\n"
"response times to changes in real server status in configurations with many vi"
"rtual servers. This may also use less memory then running many seperate instan"
"ces\n"
"of ldirectord. Child processes will be automaticly restarted if they die.\n"
"</p><p>Default: <i>no</i>\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>supervised</big> = yes</b>|<b>no</b>\n"
"</p><p>If <i>yes</i>, then ldirectord does not go into background mode. All lo"
"g-messages are redirected to stdout instead of a logfile. This is useful to ru"
"n\n"
"<b>ldirectord</b> supervised from daemontools. See <a
href=\"http://untroubled.";
"org/rpms/daemontools/\">http://untroubled.org/rpms/daemontools/</a> or <a
href="
"\"http://cr.yp.to/daemontools.html\";>http://cr.yp.to/daemontools.html</a> for
de"
"tails.\n"
"</p><p>Default: <i>no</i>\n"
"</p>\n"


iplb.pot (query 2 of 2)

What is meant by "the virtual"?

"If the virtual is specified as an <small>IP</small""> address"

Also there is a typo:

"For an information on the available sehedulers please see the"


String:
#: src/include/iplb/helps.rb:127
msgid ""
"\n"
"<p><b><big>virtual server</big> =</b> <i>(ip_address|hostname:portnumber|servi"
"cename)|firewall-mark</i>\n"
"</p><p>Defines a virtual service by IP-address (or hostname) and port (or serv"
"icename) or firewall-mark. A firewall-mark is an integer greater than zero. Th"
"e\n"
"configuration of marking packets is controled using the <tt>\"-m\"</tt> option
t"
"o <b>ipchains</b>(8). All real services and flags for a virtual service\n"
"must follow this line immediately and be indented.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>real servers</big> =</b> <i>ip_address|hostname[-&gt;ip_address"
"|hostname][:portnumber|servicename</i>]\n"
"<b>gate</b>|<b>masq</b>|<b>ipip</b> [<i>weight</i>]
[<b>\"</b><i>request</i><b>"
"\", \"</b><i>receive</i><b>\"</b>]\n"
"</p><p>Defines a real service by IP-address (or hostname) and port (or service"
"name). If the port is omitted then a 0 will be used, this is intended primaril"
"y for\n"
"fwmark services where the port for real servers is ignored. Optionally a range"
" of <small>IP</small> addresses (or two hostnames) may be given, in which case"
"\n"
"each <small>IP</small> address in the range will be treated as a real server u"
"sing the given port. The second argument defines the forwarding method, must b"
"e\n"
"<b>gate</b>, <b>ipip</b> or <b>masq</b>. The thrid argument is optional and de"
"fines the weight for that real server. If omitted then a weight of 1 will be\n"
"used. The last two arguments are also optional. They define a request-receive "
"pair to be used to check if a server is alive. They override the request-recei"
"ve\n"
"pair in the virtual server section. These two strings must be quoted. If the r"
"equest string starts with http://... the IP-address and port of the real\n"
"server is overridden, otherwise the IP-address and port of the real server is "
"used.\n"
"</p><p>For <small>TCP</small> and <small>UDP</small> (non fwmark) virtual serv"
"ices, unless the forwarding method is masq and the <small>IP</small> address o"
"f a\n"
"real server is non-local (not present on a interface on the host running ldire"
"ctord) then the port of the real server will be set to that of its virtual\n"
"service. That is, port-mapping is only available to if the real server is anot"
"her machine and the forwarding method is masq. This is due to the way that the"
"\n"
"underlying <small>LVS</small> code in the kernel functions.\n"
"</p><p>More than one of these entries may be inside a virtual section. The che"
"cktimeout, negotiatetimeout, failurecount, fallback, emailalert, emailalertfre"
"q and\n"
"quiescent options listed above may also appear inside a virtual section, in wh"
"ich case the global setting is overridden.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>check type</big> = connect</b>|<b>external</b>|<b>negotiate</b>"
"|<b>off</b>|<b>on</b>|<b>ping</b>|<b>checktimeout</b><i>N</i>\n"
"</p><p>Type of check to perform. Negotiate sends a request and matches a recei"
"ve string. Connect only attemts to make a <small>TCP/IP</small> connection, th"
"us the\n"
"request and receive strings may be omitted. If checktype is a number then nego"
"tiate and connect is combined so that after each N connect attempts one negoti"
"ate\n"
"attempt is performed. This is useful to check often if a service answers and i"
"n much longer intervalls a negotiating check is done. Ping means that\n"
"<small>ICMP</small> ping will be used to test the availability of real servers"
". Ping is also used as the connect check for <small>UDP</small> services.
Off\n"
"means no checking will take place and no real or fallback servers will be acti"
"vated. On means no checking will take place and real servers will always be\n"
"activated. Default is <i>negotiate</i>.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>service</big> = dns</b>|<b>ftp</b>|<b>http</b>|<b>https</b>|<b>"
"imap</b>|<b>imaps</b>|<b>ldap</b>|<b>mysql</b>|<b>nntp</b>|<b>none</b>|<b>orac"
"le</b>|<b>pgsql</b>|<b>pop</b>|<b>pops</b>|<b>radius</b>|<b>simpletcp</b>|<b>s"
"ip</b>|<b>smtp</b>\n"
"</p><p>The type of service to monitor when using checktype=negotiate. None den"
"otes a service that will not be monitored.\n"
"</p><p>simpletcp sends the <b>request</b> string to the server and tests it ag"
"ainst the <b>receive</b> regexp. The other types of checks connect to the serv"
"er\n"
"using the specified protocol. Please see the <b>request</b> and <b>receive</b>"
" sections for protocol specific information.\n"
"</p><p>Default:\n"
"</p><dl compact=\"compact\">\n"
"<dt>* Virtual server port is 21: ftp\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 25: smtp\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 53: dns\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 80: http\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 110: pop\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 119: nntp\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 143: imap\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 389: ldap\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 443: https\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 993: imaps\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 995: pops\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 1521: oracle\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 1812: radius\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 3306: mysql\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 5432: pgsql\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual server port is 5060: sip\n"
"</dt><dt>* Otherwise: none\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</dt><dt><b><big>check command</big> = \"</b><i>path to script</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"<p>This setting is used if checktype is external and is the command to be run "
"to check the status of a real server. It should exit with status 0 if everythi"
"ng\n"
"is ok, or non-zero otherwise.\n"
"</p><p>Four parameters are passed to the script:\n"
"</p></dt><dt>* virtual server ip/firewall mark\n"
"</dt><dt>* virtual server port\n"
"</dt><dt>* real server ip\n"
"</dt><dt>* real server port\n"
"</dt><dt>Default: /bin/true\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"<p><b><big>check port</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Number of port to monitor. Sometimes check port differs from service po"
"rt.\n"
"</p><p>Default: port specified for each real server\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>request</big> = \"</b><i>uri to requested object</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>This object will be requested each checkinterval seconds on each real s"
"erver. The string must be inside quotes. Note that this string may be overridd"
"en by\n"
"an optional per real-server based request-string.\n"
"</p><p>For a <small>DNS</small> check this should the name of an A record, or "
"the address of a <small>PTR</small> record to look up.\n"
"</p><p>For a MySQL, Oracle or PostgeSQL check, this should be an <small>SQL</s"
"mall> query. The data returned is not checked, only that the answer is one or "
"more\n"
"rows. This is a required setting.\n"
"</p><p>For a simpletcp check, this string is sent verbatim except any occuranc"
"es of \n"
" are replaced with a new line character.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>receive</big> = \"</b><i>regexp to compare</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>If the requested result contains this <i>regexp to compare</i>, the rea"
"l server is declared alive. The regexp must be inside quotes. Keep in mind tha"
"t\n"
"regexps are not plain strings and that you need to escape the special characte"
"rs if they should as literals. Note that this regexp may be overridden by an\n"
"optional per real-server based receive regexp.\n"
"</p><p>For a <small>DNS</small> check this should be any one the A record's ad"
"dresses or any one of the <small>PTR</small> record's names.\n"
"</p><p>For a MySQL check, the receive setting is not used.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>http method</big> = <small>GET</small></b> | <b><small>HEAD</sm"
"all></b>\n"
"</p><p>Sets the <small>HTTP</small> method which should be used to fetch the <"
"small>URI</small> specified in the request-string. <small>GET</small> is the\n"
"method used by default if the parameter is not set. If <small>HEAD</small> is "
"used, the receive-string should be unset.\n"
"</p><p>Default: <small>GET</small>\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>virtual host</big> = \"</b><i>hostname</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>Used when using a negotiate check with <small>HTTP</small> or <small>HT"
"TPS</small> . Sets the host header used in the <small>HTTP</small> request. In"
" the\n"
"case of <small>HTTPS</small> this generally needs to match the common name of "
"the <small>SSL</small> certificate. If not set then the host header will be\n"
"derived from the request url for the real server if present. As a last resort "
"the <small>IP</small> address of the real server will be used.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>login</big> = \"</b><i>username</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>For <small>FTP</small> , <small>IMAP</small> , <small>LDAP</small> , My"
"SQL, Oracle, <small>POP</small> and PostgreSQL, the username used to log in.\n"
"</p><p>For Radius the passwd is used for the attribute User-Name.\n"
"</p><p>For <small>SIP</small> , the username is used as both the to and from a"
"ddress for an <small>OPTIONS</small> query.\n"
"</p><p>Default:\n"
"</p></dt><dt>* <small>FTP:</small> Anonymous\n"
"</dt><dt>* MySQL Oracle, and PostgreSQL: Must be specified in the configuratio"
"n\n"
"</dt><dt>* <small>SIP:</small> ldirectord@&lt;hostname&gt;, hostname is derive"
"d as per the passwd option below.\n"
"</dt><dt>* Otherwise: empty string, which denotes that case authentication wil"
"l not be attempted.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</dt><dt><b><big>password</big> = \"</b><i>password</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"<p>Password to use to login to <small>FTP</small> , <small>IMAP</small> , <sma"
"ll>LDAP</small> , MySQL, Oracle, <small>POP</small> , PostgreSQL and\n"
"<small>SIP</small> servers.\n"
"</p><p>For Radius the passwd is used for the attribute User-Password.\n"
"</p><p>Default:\n"
"</p></dt><dt>* <small>FTP:</small> ldirectord@&lt;hostname&gt;, where hostname"
" is the environment variable <small>HOSTNAME</small> evaluated at run time, or"
" sourced\n"
"from uname if unset.\n"
"</dt><dt>* Otherwise: empty string. In the case of <small>LDAP</small> , MySQL"
", Oracle, and PostgreSQL this means that authentication will not be performed."
"\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</dt><dt><b><big>database name</big> = \"</b><i>databasename</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"<p>Database to use for MySQL, Oracle and PostgreSQL servers, this is the datab"
"ase that the query (set by <b>receive</b> above) will be performed against. Th"
"is\n"
"is a required setting.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>radius secret</big> = \"</b><i>radiussecret</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>Secret to use for Radius servers, this is the secret used to perform an"
" Access-Request with the username (set by <b>login</b> above) and passwd (set "
"by\n"
"<b>passwd</b> above).\n"
"</p><p>Default: empty string\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>persistent</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Number of seconds for persistent client connections.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>netmask</big> =</b> <i>w.x.y.z</i>\n"
"</p><p>Netmask to be used for granularity of persistent client connections.\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>scheduler</big> =</b> <i>scheduler_name</i>\n"
"</p><p>Scheduler to be used by <small>LVS</small> for loadbalancing. For an in"
"formation on the available sehedulers please see the <b><a
href=\"ipvsadm\">ipvs"
"adm</a></b>(8) man page.\n"
"</p><p>Default: \"wrr\"\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>protocol</big> = tcp</b>|<b>udp</b>|<b>fwm</b>\n"
"</p><p>Protocol to be used. If the virtual is specified as an <small>IP</small"
"> address and port then it must be one of tcp or udp. If a firewall mark then "
"the\n"
"protocol must be fwm.\n"
"</p><p>Default:\n"
"</p></dt><dt>* Virtual is an <small>IP</small> address and port, and the port "
"is not 53: tcp\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual is an <small>IP</small> address and port, and the port is 5"
"3: udp\n"
"</dt><dt>* Virtual is a firewall mark: fwm\n"
"</dt></dl>\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>check timeout</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Timeout in seconds for connect, external and ping checks. If the timeou"
"t is exceeded then the real server is declared dead.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>If undefined then the value of negotiatetimeout is used. negotiatetimeo"
"ut is also a global value that may be overriden by a per-virtual setting.\n"
"</p><p>If both checktimeout and negotiatetimeout are unset, the default is use"
"d.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 5 seconds\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>negotiate timeout</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Timeout in seconds for negotiate checks.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>If undefined then the value of connecttimeout is used. connecttimeout i"
"s also a global value that may be overriden by a per-virtual setting.\n"
"</p><p>If both negotiatetimeout and connecttimeout are unset, the default is u"
"sed.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 30 seconds\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>failure count</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>The number of consecutive times a failure will have to be reported by a"
" check before the realserver is considered to have failed. A value of 1 will "
"have the realserver considered failed on the first failure. A successful chec"
"k will reset the failure counter to 0.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 1\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>email alert</big> = \"</b><i>emailaddress</i><b>\"</b>\n"
"</p><p>A valid email address for sending alerts about the changed connection s"
"tatus to any real server defined in the virtual service. This option requires "
"perl\n"
"module MailTools to be installed. Automatically tries to send email using any "
"of the built-in methods. See perldoc Mail::Mailer for more info on methods.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>email alert freq</big> =</b> <i>n</i>\n"
"</p><p>Delay in seconds between repeating email alerts while any given real se"
"rver in the virtual service remains inaccessible. A setting of zero seconds wi"
"ll\n"
"inhibit the repeating alerts. The email timing accuracy of this setting is dep"
"endent on the number of seconds defined in the checkinterval configuration\n"
"option.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: 0\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>email alert status</big> = all</b>|<b>none</b>|<b>starting</b>|"
"<b>running</b>|<b>stopping</b>|<b>reloading</b>,...\n"
"</p><p>Comma delimited list of server states in which email alerts should be s"
"ent. <b>all</b> is a short-hand for\n"
"\"<b>starting</b>,<b>running</b>,<b>stopping</b>,<b>reloading</b>\". If
<b>none<"
"/b> is specified, no other option may be specified, otherwise options are ored"
"\n"
"with each other.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: all\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>fallback</big> =</b> <i>ip_address|hostname[:portnumber|sercvic"
"ename]</i> [<b>gate</b>|<b>masq</b>|<b>ipip</b>]\n"
"</p><p>the server onto which a webservice is redirected if all real servers ar"
"e down. Typically this would be 127.0.0.1 with an emergency page.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"\n"
"</p><p><b><big>quiescent</big> = yes</b>|<b>no</b>\n"
"</p><p>If <i>yes</i>, then when real or failback servers are determined to be "
"down, they are not actually removed from the kernel's <small>LVS</small> table"
".\n"
"Rather, their weight is set to zero which means that no new connections will b"
"e accepted.\n"
"</p><p>This has the side effect, that if the real server has persistent connec"
"tions, new connections from any existing clients will continue to be routed to"
" the\n"
"real server, until the persistant timeout can expire. See ipvsadm for more inf"
"ormation on persistant connections.\n"
"</p><p>This side-effect can be avoided by running the following:\n"
"</p><p>echo 1 &gt; /proc/sys/net/ipv4/vs/expire_quiescent_template\n"
"</p><p>If the proc file isn't present this probably means that the kernel does"
"n't have lvs support, <small>LVS</small> support isn't loaded, or the kernel i"
"s too\n"
"old to have the proc file. Running ipvsadm as root should load <small>LVS</sma"
"ll> into the kernel if it is possible.\n"
"</p><p>If <i>no</i>, then the real or failback servers will be removed from th"
"e kernel's <small>LVS</small> table. The default is <i>yes</i>.\n"
"</p><p>If defined in a virtual server section then the global value is overrid"
"den.\n"
"</p><p>Default: <i>yes</i>\n"
"\n"
"\n"
"\n"
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