This section gives you the bare essentials for using the Shore Server (SVAS -- for Shore Value-Added Server) as it is distributed in the release.
The SVAS is a program that runs as a daemon process. It can be run in many ways, including, but not limited to these variations:
The configuration choices are determined by the values of configuration options (or just options). The values of these options are determined when a server is started by:
The release contains an example configuration file, called options. It is installed in $SHROOT/lib/options. If you installed Shore, you already have an edited copy of this file in /.shoreconfig. If not, follow the instructions in the section Testing Your Installation of the installation manual.
Alternatively, you can name your configuration file anything you like, if your environment variable SHORE_RC is set to the name of the file.
See the manual page options(SVAS) for a description of all the configuration options.
See the manual page environment(SVAS) for a description of all the environment variables used by the SVAS.