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  • Storage
    • disk_pattern_list: String. This is a string with a comma-separated list of file patterns that identify disk block devices. Default value is "/dev/sd[a-z],/dev/sd[a-z][a-z],/dev/drbd[0-9],/dev/drbd[0-9][0-9]", which icludes all SCSI and DRBD devices. flexVDI will allow you to pass these devices as physical disks to a guest, or create OCFS2 volumes on them. DO NOT include mpath multipath devices here, they are automatically detected.
    • allow_overcommit: Boolean. Sets whether images are created with thick or thin provisioning. Its default value is false, which means images are created with their disk space allocated in advance. Otherwise, images are created with 0 bytes allocated, and they grow as needed.
  • Monitors. The flexVDI Agent includes a set of monitors that check the the system periodically.
    • intmon_warning: Integer. Timeout in seconds to warn about a monitor that has not notified its activity yet. Its default value is 60.
    • intmon_fail: Integer. Timeout in seconds to restart the flexVDI agent if a monitor has not notified its activity yet. Its default value is 120.
    • domains: Integer. Period in seconds to check running virtual machines. Default value is 10.
    • volumes: Iteger. Period in seconds to check mounted volumes. Default value is 10.
    • mediastorages: Integer. Period in seconds to check mounted media storages. Default value is 10.
    • disks: Integer. Period in seconds to check for new disk devices. As this is an expensive operation, its default value is 30, but the value in the installed configuration file is 0, meaning disks are discovered only at startup.
    • watchdog: Integer. Period in seconds to check Manager's health. Default value is 10.
    • watchdog_iterations: Integer. Number of iterations in which the Manager appears to be failed after which it is restarted.
  • Debug
    • log_level: String. Minimum log level of the messages that are written to the log file. Default value is INFO. Other possible values are DEBUG, WARNING and ERROR. Setting the log level to DEBUG will not output all the debug messages, you also have to set one or more of the following options.
    • disks: Boolean. Output debug messages related to disk management.
    • volumes: Boolean. Output debug messages related to volumes.
    • domains: Boolean. Output debug messages related to virtual machine lifecycle.
    • spice: Boolean. Output spice server debug messages to the Qemu log file.
    • debug_domains: String. Comma-separated list of GLib debug domains for the spice server. If the spice flag is true, the "Spice" domain is always included.

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