Release Submission Daemon
Statements in this section configure the daemon mode.
Enable daemon mode.
Enables or disables the inotify watcher. By default, inotify is always enabled on GNU/Linux systems (unless disabled at the configure time). It can also be configured for each spool individually (See inotify. See inotify, for a detailed description of this feature.
Listen on this socket for incoming upload notifications (see upload notification). Allowed values for url are:
Listen on IPv46. address ip. Ip may be given either in a dotted quad notation or as a symbolic host name. Port is either a decimal port name, or a service name from /etc/services.
Listen on the UNIX socket file file, which is either an absolute or relative file name.
Declare a special service name, which, when used in a upload notification request, will be treated as a request to process all spools.
Limits the number of upload notification connections allowed to be open simultaneously. The default value is 16 connections.
Sets the idle timeout for upload notification connections. If a connection stays idle for more than the given interval, it will be closed forcibly. Default idle timout is 10 seconds.
See time interval specification, for the syntax of interval.
Store master process PID in file. Default pidfile location is localstatedir/run/wydawca.pid.
Support for IPv6 will be added in future versions.
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