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authorAndy Weidenbaum2017-03-12 13:15:42 -0700
committerAndy Weidenbaum2017-03-12 13:15:42 -0700
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+#suggested /etc/electrumx.conf for systemd
+
+#
+#REQUIRED
+#
+
+ DB_DIRECTORY = /srv/electrumx
+ USERNAME = electrumx
+ ELECTRUMX = /usr/bin/electrumx-server
+
+ #Bitcoin Node RPC Credentials
+ #assumes https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/bitcoin-core/bitcoin.conf
+ DAEMON_URL = http://bitcoin:secret@127.0.0.1:8332/
+ #port is optional, defaults to COIN RPC default
+
+#
+#REQUIRED FOR PUBLIC VISIBILITY
+#
+
+ HOST = 127.0.0.1
+ #listen on interface, (0.0.0.0 is any)
+ TCP_PORT = 50001
+ SSL_PORT = 50002
+ #Requires
+ SSL_CERTFILE = /etc/electrumx/server.cert
+ SSL_KEYFILE = /etc/electrumx/server.pem
+
+#
+#OPTIONAL VISIBILITY
+#
+
+ #BANNER_FILE = /path/to/banner
+ #DONATION_ADDRESS =
+ #IRC = yes
+ #IRC_NICK =
+ #REPORT_HOST = $HOST
+ #REPORT_TCP_PORT = #defaults to TCP_PORT
+ #REPORT_SSL_PORT = #defaults to SSL_PORT
+ RPC_PORT = 8000
+
+
+#
+#MISC
+#
+ COIN = Bitcoin # lib/coins.py
+ NET = mainnet # lib/coins.py
+ DB_ENGINE = leveldb
+ #leveldb, rocksdb (You'll need to install appropriate python packages)
+
+ #REORG_LIMIT = 200
+ #maximum number of blocks to be able to handle in a chain
+ #reorganisation. ElectrumX retains some fairly compact
+ #undo information for this many blocks in levelDB.
+
+ ANON_LOGS = yes
+ #Set to anything non-empty to remove IP addresses from logs.
+
+
+#These following environment variables are to help limit server
+#resource consumption and to prevent simple DoS. Address subscriptions
+#in ElectrumX are very cheap - they consume about 100 bytes of memory
+#each and are processed efficiently. I feel the defaults are low and
+#encourage you to raise them.
+
+ MAX_SUBS = 250000
+ #Maximum number of address subscriptions across all sessions
+ MAX_SESSION_SUBS = 50000
+ #Maximum number of address subscriptions permitted to a single session.