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TRICKLED.CONF(5)	  FreeBSD File Formats Manual	      TRICKLED.CONF(5)

NAME
     trickled.conf -- format of	the configuration file used by trickled(8).

DESCRIPTION
     The configuration file format is quite simple.  Sections are delimited by
     square brackets:

     [Section]

     And options within	brackets sections are simple key value pairs:

     Option = Value

OPTIONS
     Per-application customizable variables are	specified within sections with
     section names matching the	application name.  The options are:

     Priority
	     Sets the priority of the application, see trickled(8) for de-
	     tails.

     Time-Smoothing
	     Sets the time smoothing parameter of the application, see
	     trickled(8) for an	details.

     Length-Smoothing
	     Sets the length smoothing parameter of the	application, see
	     trickled(8) for details.

EXAMPLES
     [ssh]
     Priority =	1
     Time-Smoothing = 0.1
     Length-Smoothing =	2
     [ftp]
     Priority =	8
     Time-Smoothing = 5
     Length-Smoothing =	20

SEE ALSO
     trickle(1), syslog(3), netintro(4)

AUTHORS
     trickled.conf has been developed by Marius	Aamodt Eriksen
     <marius@monkey.org>.

FreeBSD	13.0			 March 3, 2003			  FreeBSD 13.0

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