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ceod.ini(5)
# NAME
ceod.ini - configuration file for ceod
# SYNOPSIS
/etc/csc/ceod.ini
# DESCRIPTION
ceod.ini is an INI file with various sections which control the behaviour of ceod.
# DEFAULTS SECTION
_base\_domain_++
The domain name of CSC. Should be set to 'csclub.uwaterloo.ca'.
# CEOD SECTION
_admin\_host_++
The host with the ceod/admin Kerberos key.
_fs\_root\_host_++
The host without NFS root squashing.
_database\_host_++
The host with the root password for MySQL and PostgreSQL.
_mailman\_host_++
The host running Mailman.
_use\_https_++
Whether to use HTTPS when connecting to ceod. Should be set to 'true'.
_port_++
The port on which ceod is listening.
# LDAP SECTION
_admin\_principal_++
The Kerberos principal which ceod should use for *kadmin*(1).
_server\_url_++
The primary CSC LDAP server URL.
_sasl\_realm_++
The CSC SASL realm for LDAP. Should be 'CSCLUB.UWATERLOO.CA'.
_users\_base_++
The LDAP OU where users are stored.
_groups\_base_++
The LDAP OU where groups are stored.
_sudo\_base_++
The LDAP OU where *sudo*(8) roles are stored.
# UWLDAP SECTION
_server\_url_++
The UW LDAP server URL.
_base_++
The LDAP OU where users are stored in the UW LDAP.
# MEMBERS SECTION
_min\_id_++
The minimum UID number for members.
_max\_id_++
The maximum UID number for members.
_home_++
The directory in which new members' home directories should be created.
_skel_++
The skeleton directory for new members.
# CLUBS SECTION
_min\_id_++
The minimum UID number for club accounts.
_max\_id_++
The maximum UID number for club accounts.
_home_++
The directory in which new club accounts' home directories should be created.
_skel_++
The skeleton directory for new club accounts.
# MAIL SECTION
_smtp\_url_++
The SMTP URL where ceod should send emails.
_smtp\_starttls_++
Whether ceod should use STARTTLS with the SMTP server or not.
# MAILMAN3 SECTION
_api\_base\_url_++
The base URL of the Mailman 3 API.
_api\_username_++
The username to use when authenticating to the Mailman 3 API via HTTP Basic Auth.
_api\_password_++
The password to use when authenticating to the Mailman 3 API via HTTP Basic Auth.
_new\_member\_list_++
The mailing list to which new members should be subscribed.
# AUXILIARY GROUPS SECTION
Each key in this section contains a comma-separated list of auxiliary groups to
which members should be added when joining the primary group. For example,
syscom = office,staff
means that when someone joins the syscom group, they will also be added to the
office and staff groups.
# AUXILIARY MAILING LISTS SECTION
Each key in this section contains a comma-separated list of auxiliary mailing lists to
which members should be subscribed when joining the primary group. For example,
syscom = syscom,syscom-alerts
means that when someone joins the syscom group, they will also be subscribed to the
syscom and syscom-alerts mailing lists.
# POSITIONS SECTION
_required_++
A comma-separated list of executive positions which must be fulfilled.
_available_++
A comma-separated list of available executive positions.
# MYSQL SECTION
_host_++
The host where MySQL is running.
_username_++
The username to use when connecting to MySQL.
_password_++
The password to use when connecting to MySQL.
# POSTGRESQL SECTION
_host_++
The host where PostgreSQL is running.
_username_++
The username to use when connecting to PostgreSQL.
_password_++
The password to use when connecting to PostgreSQL.
# SEE ALSO
*ceo.ini*(5)
# AUTHORS
Max Erenberg <merenber@csclub.uwaterloo.ca>