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    1 # xstress : Configuration File
    2 #
    3 # xstress - xk0derz SMTP Stress Tester
    4 #
    5 # http://xstress.sourceforge.net
    6 #
    7 # (c) 2007-08, Amit Singh, amit@xkoder.com
    8 # http://blog.xkoder.com, http://xkoder.com
    9 #
   10 # This software and related files are licensed under GNU GPL version 2
   11 # Please visit the following webpage for more details
   12 # http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html
   13 #
   14 
   15 # This is the default configuration file supplied with xstress
   16 # Please edit it before you use xstress
   17 #
   18 # Some notes about editing this file
   19 # ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
   20 #
   21 # Don't play with spaces, the parser is not designed to handled extra spaces 
   22 # before or after the text.
   23 # Comments start with the hash (#) sign on the first column ONLY
   24 # Most of the configuration file is self explanatory, comments are provided wherever
   25 # necessary. You may read the accompanying README file for more details.
   26 #
   27 
   28 # Main confing section
   29 # Configure the way xstress will behave
   30 [CONFIG]
   31 SERVER=127.0.0.1
   32 PORT=25
   33 THREADS=10
   34 
   35 # A Value of ZERO for MAILS_PER_THREAD means unlimited mails per thread
   36 MAILS_PER_THREAD=3
   37 
   38 ##
   39 ## Authentication data 
   40 ## ** UNCOMMENT the lines starting with USERNAME and PASSWORD **
   41 ## To activate AUTH PLAIN authentication.
   42 ##
   43 #USERNAME=yourUsername
   44 #PASSWORD=yourPassword
   45 ##
   46 ## Currently only AUTH 'PLAIN' is supported 
   47 ## so uncommenting the line below has no effect in this release.
   48 ##
   49 #AUTH_TYPE=PLAIN
   50 
   51 # Number recipients per mail.
   52 MAX_RECIPIENTS=5
   53 
   54 #Print a message on screen after sending specified number of mails per thread
   55 #ZERO means print no message
   56 REPORT_AFTER=10
   57 
   58 # Log file path
   59 LOG_FILE=xstress.log
   60 
   61 # Socket I/O Timeout in seconds
   62 # When a timeout occurs, xstress will skip sending that mail and move to next mail
   63 TIMEOUT=15
   64 
   65 # Specify whether timeouts should be logged or not.
   66 LOG_TIMEOUT=true
   67 
   68 # Log cache threshold in bytes
   69 # These many bytes are cached in memory before writing to the log file.
   70 # This is done so that disk I/O does not become a bottelneck for overall
   71 # performance.
   72 LOG_CACHE_THRESHOLD=512
   73 
   74 # Debugging
   75 DEBUG=false
   76 
   77 # Recipient Addresses
   78 # List of TO addresses, one per line
   79 [TO]
   80 someone@somewhere.com
   81 
   82 # Sender Addresses
   83 # List of FROM addresses, one per line
   84 [FROM]
   85 me@thisplace.com
   86 
   87 # List of Subjects to be used, one per line
   88 [SUBJECT]
   89 This is a test
   90 This is some test
   91 This is some more test
   92 More varied subject
   93 Finance
   94 
   95 # Mail Body
   96 # ~~~~~~~~~
   97 # List of files/directory which will be read to fetch mail content
   98 # If a DIRECTORY is specified, all files contained in that directory
   99 # are used for body text
  100 [BODY]
  101 ../src/
  102 body1.txt
  103 body_dir
  104 
  105 # Attachments
  106 # ~~~~~~~~~~~
  107 # List of files/directory which will be attched to mails.
  108 # If a DIRECTORY is specified, all files contained in that directory are
  109 # used as attachment. You may specify a TYPE for directories too. All
  110 # Files in that directory will be treated as the 'type' specified.
  111 #
  112 # The format is: 
  113 #   full_path_to_file_OR_dir![type]
  114 # where type can be one of the following:
  115 #   exe   - executable binary files
  116 #   bin   - Generic binary file
  117 #   html  - HTML Text File
  118 #   plain - plain text file
  119 #   jpeg  - JPEG Image file
  120 #
  121 # IF NO TYPE IS SPECIFIED 'bin' is assumed
  122 # SO MAKE SURE TO USE 'plain' if you intende to attach plain
  123 # text files (for SPAM checking etc.)
  124 #
  125 [ATTACHMENT]
  126 xstress!bin
  127 attach_dir!html
  128 attach_dir/images_dir!image