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How and in what way can I configure the unifi.xml file?

Hello everyone

Is there a special manual to configure this file?

If not, can someone tell me what the next maracased line means in bold?

<Unifi db_sync="1" service_name="npum">
<Worker min="5" smax="20" hmax="60" ttl="60" stacksize="1048576" guardsize="0"/>
<!-- <ClientLog level="trace" file="logs/client.log" max_size="10"/> -->
<Handler base="service/local">
<Engine type="dso" lib="spf_dso"/>
<Engine type="perl" lib="spf_perl"/>
</Handler>
<SSL b.changed="1" i.reneg_dos_protection="0"/>
<Log rollover="" max_size="10" level="info" file="logs/unifid.log">
<Script/>
</Log>
</Unifi>

For your attention and support, thank you.

 

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Re: How and in what way can I configure the unifi.xml file?

I assume it relates with worker threads for the unifid process; however, I strongly recommend not tweaking this configuration or any configuration file unless directed to do so by Support or Engineering.

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Valued Contributor.

Re: How and in what way can I configure the unifi.xml file?

I appreciate the answer.


However, I ask you why exactly the line that I highlight in bold makes me believe that it refers to the maximum time that the PAM session leaves open within the agent that was accessed. At present I present that fault, that if it is stopped using for 5 minutes the session expires and I wish to increase it at least 10 minutes, but within the PAM configuration I can not find how it is done.

Thanks and regards

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