Global settings for Funnelback.
This file holds global Funnelback settings. It's generated at install time and is usually unmodified except in case of network/server reconfigurations.
Note: Any modifications in this file require restarting Funnelback to take effect.
The format of the file is a simple
name=value pair per line.
The email address reset password emails should appear to come from. If this is not set emails will appear to come from:
Port Jetty will bind to, over HTTPS for admin traffic.
Port Jetty will bind to, over HTTP for the search traffic.
Port Jetty will bind to, over HTTPS for the search traffic.
These settings holds the mail server configuration. The mail server is used to notify the collection administrators of various events. You'll need to update these if you want to change the email server used by Funnelback to send emails.
These parameters are used internally to build links pointing to the administration interface. You'll need to change these in case the administration interface access URL has changed (port, server name or protocol change). This doesn't affect the ports or protocols Jetty is using (Use
jetty.admin_* instead). This distinction is necessary on environments using reverse proxies / load balancers.
These parameters are used internally to build links pointing to the search service interface. You'll need to change these in case the search service interface URL has changed (port, server name or protocol change). This doesn't affect the ports or protocols Jetty is using (Use
jetty.search_* instead). This distinction is necessary on environments using reverse proxies / load balancers.
This parameter specify the root context path of the modern user interface. The default value is
/s so that the modern UI URLs look like
mail.smtp.host=mail.mycompany.com mail.smtp.port=25 mail.smtp.auth=false mail.smtp.user= mail.smtp.password= urls.admin_hostname=search.mycompany.com urls.admin_port=443 urls.admin_protocol=https urls.search_hostname=search.mycompany.com urls.search_port=80 urls.search_protocol=http