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Template: mnogosearch-common/welcome Type: note _Description: Welcome to the mnogosearch setup program Please note that these options will only be asked of you the first time around and only new options will show during future upgrades. . For this install script to be able to do its job you will need to allow it to remotely connect to the database server, create databases, add users and make tables. If you don't want this script to do it automatically, then read /usr/share/doc/mnogosearch/INSTALL.gz Template: mnogosearch-common/overwrite_config Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Overwrite mnogosearch configuration files? By default if you already have mnogosearch configuration files then this process will not overwrite those files. However, you can elect to have these files overwritten here. Template: mnogosearch-common/database_mode Type: select Choices: single, multi Default: multi _Description: Layout (mode) of the index database: The database can index in four different modes. Each mode gets progressively more complex but you win on search speed and indexing. . 'Single' is where words are stored in a single table. Simple stuff. . 'Multi' spreads the words over 13 tables sorted on word length. It means you can have fixed width tables which are usually faster. . For more information about these modes, read /usr/share/doc/mnogosearch/storage.txt Template: mnogosearch-common/database_type Type: select Choices: sqlite, mysql, pgsql Default: sqlite _Description: Type of database: You choose here what sort of database you are going to run to use the indexer. SQLite (embedded), PostgreSQL and MySQL are currently supported. Template: mnogosearch-common/database_admin_user Type: string Default: root _Description: Name of the database superuser: The superuser name is required so this script can connect to your database and add users, databases and tables. This user needs administrator privledges on the database. It is most often not the superuser for the Unix account (eg root). Template: mnogosearch-common/database_admin_pass Type: password _Description: Password of the database superuser: The superuser password is required so this script can connect to your database and add users, databases and tables. Template: mnogosearch-common/database_host Type: string Default: localhost _Description: Hostname where your database is running: If your database is on another machine besides the one that mnogosearch is running on then you need to change this value to the fully qualified domain name for that system. Template: mnogosearch-common/database_port Type: string _Description: Port to connect to the database: The database will be listening to a port. Usually you can leave this as the default. Template: mnogosearch-common/database_name Type: string Default: mnogosearch _Description: Name of your mnogosearch database: By default this will be "mnogosearch". This is where all the mnogosearch related database items will be setup and stored. Template: mnogosearch-common/local_database Type: boolean Default: true _Description: Are you running the database locally? If you are running the database on the same machine as mnogosearch, then mnogosearch can connect to the database using a Unix socket rather than a TCP/IP one, which is often better. Answering false here means you have enabled the database to listen on the TCP/IP socket. Template: mnogosearch-common/database_user Type: string Default: mnogosearch _Description: Username for your database: What username will access the database for mnogosearch? By default this is it's own user "mnogosearch" so that permissions can be tightened down. Template: mnogosearch-common/database_pass Type: password _Description: Password for your database: What password will access the database for mnogosearch? Template: mnogosearch-common/configure_database Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Configure the database? This script can create database users, create a database and setup the tables for you automatically. NOTE: the current database content will be destroyed if you choose this option.
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