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mutil_ini_1.12 [2018/01/04 02:37]
avon updated mutil.ini to ver 1.12 A38
mutil_ini_1.12 [2018/09/04 04:36] (current)
avon updated to 1.12 a39
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 ====== MUTIL.INI Mystic BBS 1.12 Alpha ====== ====== MUTIL.INI Mystic BBS 1.12 Alpha ======
  
-This is the current 'stock install'​ example of MUTIL.INI that ships with Mystic BBS 1.12 Alpha **38** +This is the current 'stock install'​ example of MUTIL.INI that ships with Mystic BBS 1.12 Alpha **39** 
  
   ; MUTIL configuration file   ; MUTIL configuration file
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     PackFileBases ​     = false     PackFileBases ​     = false
     FileSort ​          = false     FileSort ​          = false
-    LinkMessages      = false+    LinkMessages ​      ​= false
     PurgeUserBase ​     = false     PurgeUserBase ​     = false
     PackUserBase ​      = false     PackUserBase ​      = false
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   ​   ​
     ; If no directory is specified in the logfile name, mUtil will attempt     ; If no directory is specified in the logfile name, mUtil will attempt
-    ​; to use the configured LOGS directory from in Mystic'​s configuration. +          ​; to use the configured LOGS directory from in Mystic'​s configuration. 
-    ; Comment out to disable logging completely.+          ; Comment out to disable logging completely.
   ​   ​
     logfile=mutil.log     logfile=mutil.log
 +  ​
 +    ; If set to TRUE (*HIGHLY* recommended for MUTIL) then it will write the
 +    ; log file in increments of 8KB at a time.  If set to FALSE it will write
 +    ; each individual line as it is logged. ​ This will significantly reduce
 +    ; MUTIL performance if set to FALSE.
 +  ​
 +    logcache=true
   ​   ​
     ; Level 1 = basic     ; Level 1 = basic
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     loglevel=2     loglevel=2
   ​   ​
-    ​; logfile time stamp. ​ defaults to NNN DD HH:II:SS if not set here +          ​; logfile time stamp. ​ defaults to NNN DD HH:II:SS if not set here 
-    ;logstamp = YYYYHHMMHHIISS +          ;logstamp = YYYYHHMMHHIISS 
-     +   
-    +    ; Log roller type:
-    ;   ​Log roller type:+
     ;   0 = Do not roll log files     ;   0 = Do not roll log files
     ;   1 = Roll by number of files/​filesize     ;   1 = Roll by number of files/​filesize
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   ​   ​
     logtype = 0     logtype = 0
-    ​+  ​
     ; number of log files to keep (0 to disable log rolling)     ; number of log files to keep (0 to disable log rolling)
-    ​maxlogfiles = 3+          ​maxlogfiles = 3
   ​   ​
     ; size of each log file in kilobytes     ; size of each log file in kilobytes
-    ​maxlogsize = 1000+          ​maxlogsize = 1000
   ​   ​
   ; ==========================================================================   ; ==========================================================================
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     ; bases inside of Mystic that have data files in the directory.     ; bases inside of Mystic that have data files in the directory.
   ​   ​
-    ​search_subdirs = true+          ​search_subdirs = true
   ​   ​
     ; The following options define the "​default"​ values used when creating     ; The following options define the "​default"​ values used when creating
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   ​   ​
     strip_seenby = false     strip_seenby = false
 +  ​
 +    ; Rescan command to use when someone does a full %RESCAN on all bases
 +    ; This must be a valid command (ie R=<​msgs>​ D=<​days>​ or else the rescan
 +    ; will refuse to perform any action. ​ The default is the last 250 messages
 +    ; for each base.  Setting it to D=90 for example would give the last 90
 +    ; days of messages. ​ If you want the default to send every message in the
 +    ; base, then set it to go back a ridiculous number of messages R=999999999
 +  ​
 +    default_rescan = R=250
   ​   ​
     ; If you want to remap netmail from one user name to another, you can     ; If you want to remap netmail from one user name to another, you can
     ; define up to 50 remapped names below using the format <​orig>;<​new>​     ; define up to 50 remapped names below using the format <​orig>;<​new>​
 +    ; Names are case insensitive.
     ;     ;
     ;forward = sysop;​g00r00     ;forward = sysop;​g00r00
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     auto_create = true     auto_create = true
   ​   ​
-    ​; Convert filenames to lowercased 1=true+          ​; Convert filenames to lowercased 1=true
   ​   ​
     lowercase_filename = 1     lowercase_filename = 1
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   ​   ​
     direction = 0     direction = 0
 +  ​
   ​   ​
mutil_ini_1.12.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/04 04:36 by avon