xivo-sysconfd is the system configuration server for Wazo. It does quite a few different things; here’s a non exhaustive list:
- configuring network (hostname, DNS)
- configuring high availability
- staring/stopping/restarting services
- reloading asterisk configuration
- sending some events to components (wazo-agentd)
/etc/xivo/sysconfd.conf. Format: INI.
The default location may be overwritten by the command line options.
Here’s an example of the configuration file:
[general] xivo_config_path = /etc/xivo templates_path = /usr/share/xivo-sysconfd/templates custom_templates_path = /etc/xivo/sysconfd/custom-templates backup_path = /var/backups/xivo-sysconfd [resolvconf] hostname_file = /etc/hostname hostname_update_cmd = /etc/init.d/hostname.sh start hosts_file = /etc/hosts resolvconf_file = /etc/resolv.conf [wizard] templates_path = /usr/share/xivo-config/templates custom_templates_path = /etc/xivo/custom-templates [commonconf] commonconf_file = /etc/xivo/common.conf commonconf_cmd = /usr/sbin/xivo-update-config commonconf_monit = /usr/sbin/xivo-monitoring-update [monit] monit_checks_dir = /usr/share/xivo-monitoring/checks monit_conf_dir = /etc/monit/conf.d [request_handlers] synchronous = false [bus] username = guest password = guest host = localhost port = 5672 exchange_name = xivo exchange_type = topic exchange_durable = true
If this option is true, when xivo-sysconfd receives a request to reload the dialplan for example, it will wait for the dialplan reload to complete before replying to the request.
When this option is false, xivo-sysconfd reply to the request immediately.
Setting this option to false will speed up some operation (for example, editing a user from the web interface or from wazo-confd), but this means that there will be a small delay (up to a few seconds in the worst case) between the time you create your user and the time you can dial successfully its extension.