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Source code changes of the file "matomo/config/global.ini.php" between
matomo-4.4.0-rc1.tar.gz and matomo-4.4.0-rc2.tar.gz

About: Matomo is a web analytics platform that aims to be an open source alternative to Google Analytics that let you retain ownership and control over your data (formerly Piwik). Release candidate.

global.ini.php  (matomo-4.4.0-rc1):global.ini.php  (matomo-4.4.0-rc2)
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; needed in order to run tests. ; needed in order to run tests.
; if Matomo is available at http://localhost/dev/matomo/ replace @REQUEST_URI@ w ith /dev/matomo/ ; if Matomo is available at http://localhost/dev/matomo/ replace @REQUEST_URI@ w ith /dev/matomo/
; note: the REQUEST_URI should not contain "plugins" or "tests" in the PATH ; note: the REQUEST_URI should not contain "plugins" or "tests" in the PATH
http_host = localhost http_host = localhost
remote_addr = "127.0.0.1" remote_addr = "127.0.0.1"
request_uri = "@REQUEST_URI@" request_uri = "@REQUEST_URI@"
port = port =
enable_logging = 0 enable_logging = 0
[log] [log]
; possible values for log: screen, database, file ; possible values for log: screen, database, file, errorlog, syslog
log_writers[] = screen log_writers[] = screen
; log level, everything logged w/ this level or one of greater severity ; log level, everything logged w/ this level or one of greater severity
; will be logged. everything else will be ignored. possible values are: ; will be logged. everything else will be ignored. possible values are:
; ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG ; ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG
; this setting will apply to every log writer, if there is no specific log level defined for a writer. ; this setting will apply to every log writer, if there is no specific log level defined for a writer.
log_level = WARN log_level = WARN
; you can also set specific log levels for different writers, by appending the w riter name to log_level_, like so: ; you can also set specific log levels for different writers, by appending the w riter name to log_level_, like so:
; this allows you to log more information to one backend vs another. ; this allows you to log more information to one backend vs another.
; log_level_screen = ; log_level_screen =
; log_level_file = ; log_level_file =
; log_level_errorlog =
; log_level_syslog =
; if configured to log in a file, log entries will be made to this file ; if configured to log in a file, log entries will be made to this file
logger_file_path = tmp/logs/matomo.log logger_file_path = tmp/logs/matomo.log
; if configured to log to syslog, mark them with this identifier string.
; This acts as an easy-to-find tag in the syslog.
logger_syslog_ident = 'matomo'
[Cache] [Cache]
; available backends are 'file', 'array', 'null', 'redis', 'chained' ; available backends are 'file', 'array', 'null', 'redis', 'chained'
; 'array' will cache data only during one request ; 'array' will cache data only during one request
; 'null' will not cache anything at all ; 'null' will not cache anything at all
; 'file' will cache on the filesystem ; 'file' will cache on the filesystem
; 'redis' will cache on a Redis server, use this if you are running Matomo with multiple servers. Further configuration in [RedisCache] is needed ; 'redis' will cache on a Redis server, use this if you are running Matomo with multiple servers. Further configuration in [RedisCache] is needed
; 'chained' will chain multiple cache backends. Further configuration in [Chaine dCache] is needed ; 'chained' will chain multiple cache backends. Further configuration in [Chaine dCache] is needed
backend = chained backend = chained
[ChainedCache] [ChainedCache]
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; Examples: ; Examples:
;proxy_ips[] = 204.93.240.* ;proxy_ips[] = 204.93.240.*
;proxy_ips[] = 204.93.177.0/24 ;proxy_ips[] = 204.93.177.0/24
;proxy_ips[] = 199.27.128.0/21 ;proxy_ips[] = 199.27.128.0/21
;proxy_ips[] = 173.245.48.0/20 ;proxy_ips[] = 173.245.48.0/20
; Set to 1 if you're using a proxy which is rewriting the URI. ; Set to 1 if you're using a proxy which is rewriting the URI.
; By enabling this flag the header HTTP_X_FORWARDED_URI will be considered for t he current script name. ; By enabling this flag the header HTTP_X_FORWARDED_URI will be considered for t he current script name.
proxy_uri_header = 0 proxy_uri_header = 0
; If set to 1 we use the last IP in the list of proxy IPs when determining the c
lient IP. Using the last IP can be more
; secure when using proxy headers in combination with a load balancer. By defaul
t the first IP is read according to RFC7239
; which is required when the client sends the IP through a proxy header as well
as the load balancer.
proxy_ip_read_last_in_list = 0
; Whether to enable trusted host checking. This can be disabled if you're runnin g Matomo ; Whether to enable trusted host checking. This can be disabled if you're runnin g Matomo
; on several URLs and do not wish to constantly edit the trusted host list. ; on several URLs and do not wish to constantly edit the trusted host list.
enable_trusted_host_check = 1 enable_trusted_host_check = 1
; List of trusted hosts (eg domain or subdomain names) when generating absolute URLs. ; List of trusted hosts (eg domain or subdomain names) when generating absolute URLs.
; ;
; Examples: ; Examples:
;trusted_hosts[] = example.com ;trusted_hosts[] = example.com
;trusted_hosts[] = stats.example.com ;trusted_hosts[] = stats.example.com
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