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From dona...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: avalon-phoenix/src/conf kernel.xml
Date Sat, 05 Apr 2003 04:41:03 GMT
donaldp     2003/04/04 20:41:03

  Modified:    src/conf kernel.xml
  Log:
  styled
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.32      +75 -75    avalon-phoenix/src/conf/kernel.xml
  
  Index: kernel.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/avalon-phoenix/src/conf/kernel.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.31
  retrieving revision 1.32
  diff -u -r1.31 -r1.32
  --- kernel.xml	5 Apr 2003 04:40:32 -0000	1.31
  +++ kernel.xml	5 Apr 2003 04:41:03 -0000	1.32
  @@ -36,54 +36,54 @@
   
           <component role="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.interfaces.SystemManager"
               class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.manager.MX4JSystemManager"
  -            logger="manager" >
  +            logger="manager">
   
  -          <!--
  -            By default the Mx4J Http Adaptor will bind a webserver to all
  -            network interfaces. If you wish to restrict it to only one
  -            interface (say localhost) then uncomment and edit the next line.
  -          -->
  -          <!--
  -          <manager-adaptor-host>localhost</manager-adaptor-host>
  -          -->
  -
  -          <!--
  -            This specifies the IP port which the Http Adaptor will bind on.
  -          -->
  -          <manager-adaptor-port>8082</manager-adaptor-port>
  +            <!--
  +              By default the Mx4J Http Adaptor will bind a webserver to all
  +              network interfaces. If you wish to restrict it to only one
  +              interface (say localhost) then uncomment and edit the next line.
  +            -->
  +            <!--
  +            <manager-adaptor-host>localhost</manager-adaptor-host>
  +            -->
  +
  +            <!--
  +              This specifies the IP port which the Http Adaptor will bind on.
  +            -->
  +            <manager-adaptor-port>8082</manager-adaptor-port>
   
               <!--
                 If you wish to enable the HTTP adaptor altogether
                 then uncomment the following line.
               -->
  -          <!--<enable-http-adaptor>true</enable-http-adaptor>-->
  +            <!--<enable-http-adaptor>true</enable-http-adaptor>-->
   
  -          <!--
  -            The Http Adaptor will use the $PHOENIX_HOME/conf/xsl directory
  -            by default to retrieve it's stylesheets.
  -          -->
  -          <!-- <stylesheets-dir>conf/xsl</stylesheets-dir> -->
  -
  -          <!--
  -            If you want the HTTPAdaptor to require authentication then you need to specify
  -            a username and password in the next xml block.
  -          -->
  -          <!--
  -          <user>
  -            <name>user</name>
  -            <password>password</password>
  -          </user>
  -          -->
  -
  -          <!--
  -            Mx4j is capable of exporting the MBeanServer over RMI. By default this is
  -            disabled but it can be enabled by specifying true in enable-rmi-adaptor element
  -            and specifying a particular naming factory.
  -          -->
  -          <!--
  -          <enable-rmi-adaptor>true</enable-rmi-adaptor>
  -          <rmi-naming-factory>com.sun.jndi.rmi.registry.RegistryContextFactory</rmi-naming-factory>
  -          -->
  +            <!--
  +              The Http Adaptor will use the $PHOENIX_HOME/conf/xsl directory
  +              by default to retrieve it's stylesheets.
  +            -->
  +            <!-- <stylesheets-dir>conf/xsl</stylesheets-dir> -->
  +
  +            <!--
  +              If you want the HTTPAdaptor to require authentication then you need to specify
  +              a username and password in the next xml block.
  +            -->
  +            <!--
  +            <user>
  +              <name>user</name>
  +              <password>password</password>
  +            </user>
  +            -->
  +
  +            <!--
  +              Mx4j is capable of exporting the MBeanServer over RMI. By default this is
  +              disabled but it can be enabled by specifying true in enable-rmi-adaptor element
  +              and specifying a particular naming factory.
  +            -->
  +            <!--
  +            <enable-rmi-adaptor>true</enable-rmi-adaptor>
  +            <rmi-naming-factory>com.sun.jndi.rmi.registry.RegistryContextFactory</rmi-naming-factory>
  +            -->
   
           </component>
   
  @@ -121,16 +121,16 @@
               class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.configuration.validator.NoopConfigurationValidator"
               logger="validator"/>
   
  -<!--
  -        <component role="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.interfaces.ConfigurationValidator"
  -            class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.configuration.validator.DelegatingConfigurationValidator"
  -            logger="validator">
  -            <delegate schema-type="relax-ng"
  -                class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.configuration.validator.JarvConfigurationValidator">
  -                <schema-language>http://relaxng.org/ns/structure/1.0</schema-language>
  -            </delegate>
  -        </component>
  -        -->
  +        <!--
  +                <component role="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.interfaces.ConfigurationValidator"
  +                    class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.configuration.validator.DelegatingConfigurationValidator"
  +                    logger="validator">
  +                    <delegate schema-type="relax-ng"
  +                        class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.configuration.validator.JarvConfigurationValidator">
  +                        <schema-language>http://relaxng.org/ns/structure/1.0</schema-language>
  +                    </delegate>
  +                </component>
  +                -->
   
           <component role="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.interfaces.ClassLoaderManager"
               class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.classloader.DefaultClassLoaderManager"
  @@ -138,11 +138,11 @@
           <component role="org.apache.avalon.excalibur.packagemanager.ExtensionManager"
               class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.extensions.DefaultExtensionManager"
               logger="packages"/>
  -<!--
  -        <component role="org.apache.avalon.excalibur.packagemanager.ExtensionManager"
  -            class="org.apache.avalon.excalibur.packagemanager.impl.NoopPackageRepository"
  -            logger="packages"/>
  --->
  +        <!--
  +                <component role="org.apache.avalon.excalibur.packagemanager.ExtensionManager"
  +                    class="org.apache.avalon.excalibur.packagemanager.impl.NoopPackageRepository"
  +                    logger="packages"/>
  +        -->
           <component
               class="org.apache.avalon.phoenix.components.monitor.DefaultDeploymentMonitor"
               logger="monitor"/>
  @@ -151,24 +151,24 @@
               class="org.apache.excalibur.instrument.manager.NoopInstrumentManager"
               logger="instrument"/>
   
  -<!--
  -        Use the DefaultInstrumentManager when you want to enable instrumentation of Phoenix
and
  -        hosted applications
  -
  -        You may also want to add:
  -            <!ENTITY % instrumentables.xml SYSTEM "instrumentables.xml">
  -        to the top of the kernel (before the phoenix tag) to store instrumentable configuration
  -        in a separate document
  -        <component role="org.apache.excalibur.instrument.InstrumentManager"
  -            class="org.apache.excalibur.instrument.manager.DefaultInstrumentManager"
  -            logger="instrument">
  -                <name>phoenix</name>
  -                <description>Apache Avalon Phoenix</description>
  -                <connectors>
  -                    <connector class="altrmi"/>
  -                </connectors>
  -                &instrumentables;
  -        </component>
  -        -->
  +        <!--
  +                Use the DefaultInstrumentManager when you want to enable instrumentation
of Phoenix and
  +                hosted applications
  +
  +                You may also want to add:
  +                    <!ENTITY % instrumentables.xml SYSTEM "instrumentables.xml">
  +                to the top of the kernel (before the phoenix tag) to store instrumentable
configuration
  +                in a separate document
  +                <component role="org.apache.excalibur.instrument.InstrumentManager"
  +                    class="org.apache.excalibur.instrument.manager.DefaultInstrumentManager"
  +                    logger="instrument">
  +                        <name>phoenix</name>
  +                        <description>Apache Avalon Phoenix</description>
  +                        <connectors>
  +                            <connector class="altrmi"/>
  +                        </connectors>
  +                        &instrumentables;
  +                </component>
  +                -->
       </embeddor>
   </phoenix>
  
  
  

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