How do you reconfigure Perlbal on the fly?
hachi at kuiki.net
Mon Aug 27 18:46:49 UTC 2007
I always make my changes by telnetting to that port and speaking the
line-based config commands directly to perlbal to modify things. I don't
see any code to do anything other than load the root page, and view the
sockets, services and objects.
John Beppu wrote:
> The Perlbal homepage says:
> "One of the defining things about Perlbal is that almost everything
> can be configured or reconfigured on the fly without needing to
> restart the software. A basic configuration file containing a
> management port enables you to easily perform operations on a running
> instance of Perlbal." -- http://www.danga.com/perlbal/
> I've setup Perlbal with a management service running on port 60000,
> and I've loaded http://127.0.0.1:60000/ in w3m, but it's not clear to
> me how I can change the configuration from those pages. What am I
> missing? Any clues would be appreciated.
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