List of Configuration Options

The following is a list of configuration options that you can set in your Opt-server's config.json file.

Command Property Description "server-name"REQUIRED STRING The name of your Opt-server, e.g. "my-server". Must be unique across all your Opt-servers. See also "server-alias". "server-alias"STRING The name of the server that will be displayed to the users of the Opt-server when using the PIFOP IDE, e.g. "My server". If not set, "server-name" will be used. "queue-memory-threshold"NUMBER Memory (in GB) threshold after which new job submissions start to be queued, e.g. 2.5. If not set, no threshold is set. If set, whenever an user submits a job to the Opt-server, the Opt-server will check if the currently running proccesses are collectively consuming the given amount of memory. If so, the job submission is queued. Every few seconds the Opt-server will check if the memory consumption went below the threshold and, if so, it will start the next job in the queue. "queue-job-count-threshold"NUMBER Number of jobs threshold after which new job submissions start to be queued. If not set, no threshold is set. If set, new job submissions will be queued if the number if jobs currently running in Opt-server is equal to the given threshold. The queue moves as the jobs running in the Opt-server are finished (or killed). "user-groups"OBJECT Use the Opt-server management page to manage users and user groups. Learn more here. "users"OBJECT Use the Opt-server management page to manage users and user groups. Learn more here. "commands"ARRAY OF OBJECTS List of supported commands and their configurations. Learn how to configure commands here. "sandboxes"ARRAY OF OBJECTS List of named sandboxes configurations. Learn how to configure named sandboxes here. "credentials-file"BOOLEAN If true, the Opt-server will automatically login using the .credentials file located in the Opt-server's directory. This credentials file is automatically generated when you choose to be remembered at the moment of login. "connection-tries"NUMBER Maximum number of reconnection attempts. When the connection with PIFOP is lost, the Opt-server will keep trying to reconnect until it succeds or the given limit is reached.
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