TRICKLED.CONF(5)					      BSD File Formats Manual						  TRICKLED.CONF(5)

NAME
trickled.conf -- format of the configuration file used by trickled(8). DESCRIPTION
The configuration file format is quite simple. Sections are delimited by square brackets: [Section] And options within brackets sections are simple key value pairs: Option = Value OPTIONS
Per-application customizable variables are specified within sections with section names matching the application name. The options are: Priority Sets the priority of the application, see trickled(8) for details. Time-Smoothing Sets the time smoothing parameter of the application, see trickled(8) for an details. Length-Smoothing Sets the length smoothing parameter of the application, see trickled(8) for details. EXAMPLES
[ssh] Priority = 1 Time-Smoothing = 0.1 Length-Smoothing = 2 [ftp] Priority = 8 Time-Smoothing = 5 Length-Smoothing = 20 SEE ALSO
trickle(1), syslog(3), netintro(4) AUTHORS
trickled.conf has been developed by Marius Aamodt Eriksen <marius@monkey.org>. BSD
March 3, 2003 BSD

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