incron.conf man page

/etc/incron.conf — main config file for inotify cron (incron)

Description

The file /etc/incron.conf contains default settings for the program incrond. Each line holds a single value pair in the form option = value. Comment lines must have a hash sign (#) in the first line.

The valid configuration options are:

system_table_dir
This directory is examined by incrond for system table files. Default:/etc/incron.d
user_table_dir
This directory is examined by incrond for user table files. Default:/var/spool/incron
allowed_users
This file contains users allowed to use incron. Default:/etc/incron.allow
denied_users
This file contains users denied to use incron. Default:/etc/incron.deny
lockfile_dir
This directory is used for creating a lock avoiding to run multiple instances of incrond. Default:/var/run
lockfile_name
This name (appended by '.pid') is used for creating a lock avoiding to run multiple instances of incrond. Default:incrond
editor
This name or path is used to run as an editor for editing incron tables. Default no editor is given, system editor used, this option overide this.

See Also

incrond(8), incrontab(1), incrontab(5)

Author

Andreas Altair Redmer <altair.ibn.la.ahad.sy@gmail.com> (please report bugs to https://github.com/ar-/incron/issues ). Lukas Jelinek <lukas@aiken.cz>.

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This program is free software. It can be used, redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2.

Referenced By

incrond(8), incrontab(1), incrontab(5).

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