Bondy has a
bondy.conf configuration file that is used to set a wide variety of static configuration options for Bondy and its location depends on the type of install you are using shown in the following table.
bondy.conf file is used to set a wide variety of configuration options for Bondy. The file uses a sysctl-like syntax that looks like this:
bondy.confnodename = firstname.lastname@example.org_cookie = bondysecurity.allow_anonymous_user = off
bondy.conf file you can use the following variables which Bondy will substitute before running.
The following is an example of how to use variable substitution.
bondy.confbroker_bridge.config_file = $(platform_etc_dir)/broker_bridge_config.json
Some features and/or subsystems in Bondy allow providing an additional JSON configuration file e.g. the Security subsystem.
In those cases, we need to let Bondy know where to find those specific files. This is done in the
bondy.conf under the desired section e.g. the following configuration file adds the location for the
bondy.confnodename = email@example.com_cookie = bondysecurity.allow_anonymous_user = offsecurity.config_file = /bondy/etc/security_conf.json
In addition to the
bondy.conf file , you can place a
vm.args configuration file in the same path in which you find
bondy.conf to configure Bondy's Erlang VM.