On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 1:06 PM, Hienz, Michael <MHienz@lear.com> wrote:

Hi all,


just some minor findings on some .ini files.

For the “idontcareaboutsecurity” setting in some .ini files (brokerd, pollerd,reactionnerd and receiverd) the value is set to “no”, where in “schedulerd.ini” this is set to “0”. In the Wiki it’s mentioned to set it to either “0” or “1”, so for consistency, I would suggest to just change all to the same default values, whether “no” or “0”.

I think it’s the same with the corresponding windows.ini files.


Also the “stop_all.sh” script does not include stopping the newly introduced receiver and there is also a stop_script missing for that one.


Not a big deal at all, just wanted to bring that to your attention.

Thanks a lot, I correct all of this :)







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