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mdoo authored 2019-12-06 19:13 . first commit
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# Customizable runtime config file for MudOS v22 #
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# NOTE: All paths specified here are relative to the mudlib directory except #
# for mudlib directory, and binary directory. #
# Lines beginning with a # or a newline are ignored. #
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# name of this mud
name : ½ӹȺII
# the address server is an external program that lets the mud translate
# internet names to numbers (and vice versa). select an unused port.
address server ip : localhost
address server port : 7374
# absolute pathname of mudlib
mudlib directory : /home/jyqx/jyqxii
# absolute pathname of driver/config dir
binary directory : /home/jyqx/binii
# debug.log and author/domain stats are stored here
log directory : /log
# the directories which are searched by #include <...>
# for multiple dirs, separate each path with a ':'
include directories : /include
# Directory to save binaries in. (if BINARIES is defined)
save binaries directory : /binaries
# the file which defines the master object
master file : /adm/single/master
# the file where all global simulated efuns are defined.
simulated efun file : /adm/single/simul_efun
# file to swap out objects; not used if time to swap is 0
swap file : /adm/tmp/swapfile
# alternate debug.log file name (assumed to be in specified 'log directory')
debug log file : debug.log
# This is an include file which is automatically #include'd in all objects
global include file : "/include/globals.h"
# if an object is left alone for a certain time, then the
# function clean_up will be called. This function can do anything,
# like destructing the object. If the function isn't defined by the
# object, then nothing will happen.
# This time should be substantially longer than the swapping time.
time to clean up : 1800
# How long time until an unused object is swapped out.
# Machine with too many players and too little memory: 900 (15 minutes)
# Machine with few players and lot of memory: 10000
# Machine with infinite memory: 0 (never swap).
time to swap : 1800
# How many seconds until an object is reset again.
time to reset : 900
# Maximum number of bits in a bit field. They are stored in printable
# strings, 6 bits per byte.
maximum bits in a bitfield : 1200
# Max number of local variables in a function.
maximum local variables : 30
# Maximum amount of "eval cost" per thread - execution is halted when
# it is exceeded.
#maximum evaluation cost : 500000
maximum evaluation cost : 1000000
# This is the maximum array size allowed for one single array.
maximum array size : 75000
# This is the maximum allowed size of a variable of type 'buffer'.
maximum buffer size : 400000
# Max size for a mapping
maximum mapping size : 15000
# Max inherit chain size
inherit chain size : 30
# maximum length of a string variable
maximum string length : 200000
# Max size of a file allowed to be read by 'read_file()'.
maximum read file size : 200000
# max number of bytes you allow to be read and written with read_bytes
# and write_bytes
maximum byte transfer : 200000
# Reserve an extra memory area from malloc(), to free when we run out
# of memory and allow the mudlib to shutdown.
# If this value is 0, no area will be reserved.
reserved size : 0
# Define the size of the shared string hash table. This number should
# a prime, probably between 1000 and 30000; if you set it to about 1/5
# of the number of distinct strings you have, you will get a hit ratio
# (number of comparisons to find a string) very close to 1, as found strings
# are automatically moved to the head of a hash chain. You will never
# need more, and you will still get good results with a smaller table.
hash table size : 7001
# Object hash table size.
# Define this like you did with the strings; probably set to about 1/4 of
# the number of objects in a game, as the distribution of accesses to
# objects is somewhat more uniform than that of strings.
object table size : 1501
# default no-matching-action message
default fail message: what?
# default message when error() occurs (optional)
default error message :
# the external ports we support
external_port_1 : telnet 1999
external_port_2 : binary 1009
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# The following aren't currently used or implemented (yet) #
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# maximum number of users in the game (unused currently)
maximum users : 40
# Define the maximum stack size of the stack machine. This stack will also
# contain all local variables and arguments. (unused currently)
evaluator stack size : 1000
# Define the size of the compiler stack. This defines how complex
# expressions the compiler can parse. (unused currently)
compiler stack size : 200
# Define the maximum call depth for functions. (unused currently)
maximum call depth : 30
# There is a hash table for living objects, used by find_living().
# (unused currently)
living hash table size : 100

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