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# *** incron example configuration file ***
# 
# (c) Lukas Jelinek, 2007, 2008
# 


# Parameter:   system_table_dir
# Meaning:     system table directory
# Description: This directory is examined by incrond for system table files.
# Default:     /etc/incron.d
#
# Example:
# system_table_dir = /var/spool/incron.systables


# Parameter:   user_table_dir
# Meaning:     user table directory
# Description: This directory is examined by incrond for user table files.
# Default:     /var/spool/incron
#
# Example:
# user_table_dir = /var/spool/incron.usertables


# Parameter:   allowed_users
# Meaning:     allowed users list file
# Description: This file contains users allowed to use incron.
# Default:     /etc/incron.allow
#
# Example:
# allowed_users = /etc/incron/allow


# Parameter:   denied_users
# Meaning:     denied users list file
# Description: This file contains users denied to use incron.
# Default:     /etc/incron.deny
#
# Example:
# denied_users = /etc/incron/deny


# Parameter:   lockfile_dir
# Meaning:     application lock file directory
# Description: This directory is used for creating a lock avoiding to run
#              multiple instances of incrond.
# Default:     /var/run
#
# Example:
# lockfile_dir = /tmp


# Parameter:   lockfile_name
# Meaning:     application lock file name base
# Description: This name (appended by '.pid') is used for creating a lock
#              avoiding to run multiple instances of incrond.
# Default:     incrond
#
# Example:
# lockfile_name = incron.lock


# Parameter:   editor
# Meaning:     editor executable
# Description: This name or path is used to run as an editor for editting
#              user tables.
# Default:     vim
#
# Example:
# editor = nano