The Linux Backup Agent installer automatically sets the default parameters for the configuration file located in /usr/sbin/r1soft/conf/agent_config. If you make any changes to this file, you must then restart the Backup Agent daemon using /etc/init.d/cdp-agent restart. For more information about the serverbackup-setup command, see About the cdp-agent and serverbackup-setup tools. For more information about restarting your Backup Agent, see Start, stop, or restart the Linux Backup Agent.
You can get a list of all the available configuration options by using the following command:
|The configuration directory path.
|The directory where the Backup Agent saves its log files.
| The maximum size of the log file. When the log file size reaches the maximum, the Backup Agent creates a new log file and begins storing data to the new file.
| The maximum number of log files retained by the Backup Agent. When the number of files reaches the maximum, the Backup Agent deletes the oldest file, and then creates a new file.
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|The IP address where the Backup Agent listens for requests. The default IP address is 0.0.0.0. When the default IP address is in use, the Backup Agent accepts connections on any IP address configured on your Linux server.
|The TCP port on which the Backup Agent listens for requests.
| The maximum number of simultaneous network connections accepted by the Backup Agent.
| If set to 1, the Backup Agent accepts the connections from the Backup Manager without authentication.
|The file to which the Backup Agent writes its process identifier for the /etc/init.d/cdp-agent command to shut it down.
|The Backup Agent lock file which prevents multiple Backup Agents from starting at the same time.