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Using Configuration Files

Some process configuration options support dynamic configuration through the use of configuration files. Instead of providing the configuration options on the process startup command line, the configuration file name is supplied and the configuration options are read from the file. The --monitor option can be used to enable change monitoring for the configuration files. When changes are detected the options are reloaded from the file. Configuration files are Enscribe EDIT files and use the "INI" file format. The following commands may use configuration files:

--logLogging configuration
--diag-logDiagnostic dumping configuration
When monitoring is enabled, the file is continuously monitored for changes. When a change occurs, the file is reloaded and the new options take effect. If the configuration change contains an error or the file is inaccessible then the change is ignored and a notification message is output the the log file.

The following sections describe the configuration options for these commands:

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