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+devices = /mnt/gluster-object
+# Once you are confident that your startup processes will always have your
+# gluster volumes properly mounted *before* the object-server workers start,
+# you can *consider* setting this value to "false" to reduce the per-request
+# overhead it can incur.
+# *** Keep false for Functional Tests ***
+mount_check = false
+bind_port = 6010
+# Maximum number of clients one worker can process simultaneously (it will
+# actually accept N + 1). Setting this to one (1) will only handle one request
+# at a time, without accepting another request concurrently. By increasing the
+# number of workers to a much higher value, one can prevent slow file system
+# operations for one request from starving other requests.
+max_clients = 1024
+# If not doing the above, setting this value initially to match the number of
+# CPUs is a good starting point for determining the right value.
+workers = 1
+# Override swift's default behaviour for fallocate.
+disable_fallocate = true
+pipeline = object-server
+use = egg:gluster_swift#object
+user = root
+log_facility = LOG_LOCAL2
+log_level = WARN
+# For performance, after ensuring things are running in a stable manner, you
+# can turn off normal request logging for the object server to reduce the
+# per-request overhead and unclutter the log files. Warnings and errors will
+# still be logged.
+log_requests = off
+# Adjust this value to match the stripe width of the underlying storage array
+# (not the stripe element size). This will provide a reasonable starting point
+# for tuning this value.
+disk_chunk_size = 65536
+# Adjust this value match whatever is set for the disk_chunk_size initially.
+# This will provide a reasonable starting point for tuning this value.
+network_chunk_size = 65556