|Oracle® VM Template Builder Installation and User's Guide
Part Number E14391-01
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The settings listed in this Appendix are specific to Oracle VM Template Builder. All other settings in this file are standard to the Django framework. For more information on the standard Django settings in the configuration file, see the Django documentation at:
The Oracle VM Template Builder configuration file options are listed below.
The directory that contains the temporary files for the requested template builds. The Oracle VM Template Builder service scans this directory for any files, and performs the requested builds. The default for this parameter is:
This directory should be used only to host the build files, any other files might be interpreted by the Oracle VM Template Builder service as a build request. If the value of this parameter is changed, the directory must be writable by the user running the httpd service. By default this is the apache user.
The directory used to perform the template builds. This directory should have sufficient space to hold all of the disk image files for the templates that are created. The default for this parameter is:
The directory that holds the RPMs uploaded into template projects. The value of this parameter should be a subdirectory of the MEDIA_ROOT setting or exceptions are thrown when attempting to delete the packages. The directory should be writeable by the user that is running the httpd service. By default this is the apache user. The default for this parameter is:
The directory to which the debug information from the Oracle VM Template Builder build commands is written.
Controls whether requests to the Oracle VM Template Builder application are logged for later auditing. The default for this parameter is:
The file name in OVMTB_LOG_DIR to which requests to the Oracle VM Template Builder application are logged. Data is written each time a page is requested. The default for this parameter is
The file name in OVMTB_LOG_DIR to which session data is dumped. Data is written each time a user requests a page. This is mostly used for debugging purposes. The default for this parameter is