3. Managing SysAdm

SysAdm comes with a standard configuration file located in /usr/local/etc/sysadm.conf.dist.

It is possible to edit this file for a custom configuration, but the result will need to be saved as sysadm.conf. Here are the current default settings for SysAdm:

#Sample Configuration file for the SysAdm™ server

### Server Port Number ###
# - Websocket Server (standard)
PORT=12150
# - REST Server (started with the "-rest" CLI flag)
PORT_REST=12151

This default configuration also has blacklist options:

### Blacklist options ###
# - Number of minutes that an IP remains on the blacklist
BLACKLIST_BLOCK_MINUTES=60
# - Number of authorization failures before an IP is placed on the
    blacklist
BLACKLIST_AUTH_FAIL_LIMIT=5
# - Number of minutes of no activity from an IP before  resetting the
    failure counter
#   (Note: A successful authorization will always reset the fail
    counter)
BLACKLIST_AUTH_FAIL_RESET_MINUTES=10

Note

These default options are subject to change as the SysAdm utility is developed.