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    ; ## used for Sim 1 at OpenSIM
    ; ## created by Mike, S-NetworkX

    ; Set this to true if you want to log crashes to disk
    ; this can be useful when submitting bug reports.
    save_crashes = false

    ; Directory to save crashes to if above is enabled
    ; (eg default is /opensimdir/crashes/*.txt or C:\opensim\crashes\*.txt)
    crash_dir = "crashes"

    ; Http proxy support for llHTTPRequest and dynamic texture loading
    ; Set HttpProxy to the URL for your proxy server if you would like
    ; to proxy llHTTPRequests through a firewall
    ; HttpProxy = ""
    ; Set HttpProxyExceptions to a list of regular expressions for 
    ; URLs that you don't want going through the proxy such as servers
    ; inside your firewall, separate patterns with a ';'
    ; HttpProxyExceptions = ";localhost"

    ; Set this to true if you are connecting your OpenSimulator regions to a grid
    ; Set this to false if you are running OpenSimulator in standalone mode
    gridmode = false

    startup_console_commands_file = "startup_commands.txt"
    shutdown_console_commands_file = "shutdown_commands.txt"

    ; To run a script every few minutes, set the script filename here
    ; timer_Script = "filename"

    ; ##
    ; ## CLIENTS
    ; ##

    ; Enables EventQueueGet Service.
    EventQueue = true

    ; Set this to the DLL containig the client stack to use.

    ; ##
    ; ## REGIONS
    ; ##

    ; Determine where OpenSimulator looks for the files which tell it which regions to server
    ; Defaults to "filesystem" if this setting isn't present
    region_info_source = "filesystem"
    ; region_info_source = "web"

    ; Determines where the region XML files are stored if you are loading these from the filesystem.
    ; Defaults to bin/Regions in your OpenSimulator installation directory
    ; regionload_regionsdir="C:\somewhere\xmlfiles\"

    ; Determines the page from which regions xml is retrieved if you are loading these from the web
    ; The XML here has the same format as it does on the filesystem (including the <Root> tag),
    ; except that everything is also enclosed in a <Regions> tag.
    ; regionload_webserver_url = "";

    ; Draw objects on maptile.   This step might take a long time if you've got a huge amount of
    ; objects, so you can turn it off here if you'd like.
    DrawPrimOnMapTile = true
    ; Use terrain texture for maptiles if true, use shaded green if false
    TextureOnMapTile = true

    ; Maximum total size, and maximum size where a prim can be physical
    NonPhysicalPrimMax = 256
    PhysicalPrimMax = 10
    ClampPrimSize = false

    ; Region crossing
    AllowScriptCrossing = false
    ; If you set this to "true", any region that can teleport to you can
    ; inject ARBITRARY BINARY CODE into your system. Use at your own risk.
    TrustBinaries = false

    ; ##
    ; ## STORAGE
    ; ##

    ; *** Prim Storage - only leave one storage_plugin uncommented ***
    ; --- Null stores nothing - effectively disabling persistence:
    ; storage_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.Null.dll"

    ; --- To use sqlite as region storage:
    ; storage_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.SQLite.dll"
    ; storage_connection_string="URI=file:OpenSim.db,version=3";

    ; --- To use MySQL storage, supply your own connectionstring (this is only an example):
    ;     note that the supplied account needs create privilegies if you want it to auto-create needed tables.
    storage_connection_string="Data Source=localhost;Database=opensim;User ID=opensimuser;Password=opensimpassword;";
    ; If you want to use a different database/server for estate data, then
    ; uncomment and change this connect string. Defaults to the above if not set
    ; estate_connection_string="Data Source=localhost;Database=opensim;User ID=opensim;Password=*****;";

    ; Select whether you want to use local or grid asset storage.
    ; If you're running in standalone, you definitely want local, since there is no grid (hence this is redundant, and should
    ; really be eliminated).  The database itself is defined in asset_plugin below
    ; If you're running a region server connecting to a grid, you probably want grid mode, since this will use the
    ; grid asset server.  If you select local in grid mode, then you will use a database as specified in asset_plugin to store assets
    ; locally.  This will mean you won't be able to take items using your assets to other people's regions.
    ; asset_database can be default, local or grid.  This controls where assets (textures, scripts, etc.) are stored for your region
    ; If set to default, then
    ;   In standalone mode the local database based asset service will be used
    ;   In grid mode the grid asset service will be used for asset storage
    ;   This is probably the setting that you want.
    ; If set to local then the local database based asset service will be used in standalone and grid modes
    ; If set to grid then the grid based asset service will be used in standalone and grid modes
    ; All other values will cause a search for a matching assembly that contains an asset server client.
    ; See also: AssetCache
    asset_database = "default"   

    ; Persistence of changed objects happens during regular sweeps. The following control that behaviour to
    ; prevent frequently changing objects from heavily loading the region data store.
    ; If both of these values are set to zero then persistence of all changed objects will happen on every sweep.
    ; Objects will be considered for persistance in the next sweep when they have not changed for this number of seconds
    MinimumTimeBeforePersistenceConsidered = 60
    ; Objects will always be considered for persistance in the next sweep if the first change occurred this number of seconds ago
    MaximumTimeBeforePersistenceConsidered = 600

    ; Should avatars in neighbor sims see objects in this sim?
    see_into_this_sim_from_neighbor = True

    ; ##
    ; ## PHYSICS
    ; ##

    ; if you would like to allow prims to be physical and move by physics with the physical checkbox in the client set this to true.
    physical_prim = true

    ; Select a mesher here. ZeroMesher is save and fast.
    ; ZeroMesher also means that the physics engine models the physics of prims
    ; sticking to the basic shapes the engine does support. Usually this is only a box.
    ; Meshmerizer gives a better handling of complex prims by using triangle meshes.
    ; Note, that only ODE physics currently deals with meshed prims in a satisfactoring way
    ;meshing = ZeroMesher
    meshing = Meshmerizer

    ; Choose one of the physics engines below
    ; physics = basicphysics
    ; physics = POS
    physics = OpenDynamicsEngine
    ; physics = modified_BulletX

    ; ##
    ; ##

    ;permissionmodules = "DefaultPermissionsModule"

    ; If set to false, then, in theory, the server never carries out permission checks (allowing anybody to copy
    ; any item, etc.  This may not yet be implemented uniformally.
    ; If set to true, then all permissions checks are carried out
    ; Default is false
    serverside_object_permissions = true

    allow_grid_gods = false

    ; This allows somne control over permissions
    ; please note that this still doesn't duplicate SL, and is not intended to
    ;region_owner_is_god = true
    ;parcel_owner_is_god = true

    ; Control user types that are allowed to create new scripts
    ; Only enforced if serviceside_object_permissions is true
    ; Current possible values are 
    ;     all - anyone can create scripts (subject to normal permissions)
    ;     gods - only administrators can create scripts (as long as allow_grid_gods is true)
    ; Default value is all 
    ; allowed_script_creators = all

    ; Control user types that are allowed to edit (save) scripts
    ; Only enforced if serviceside_object_permissions is true
    ; Current possible values are 
    ;     all - anyone can edit scripts (subject to normal permissions)
    ;     gods - only administrators can edit scripts (as long as allow_grid_gods is true)
    ; Default value is all 
    ; allowed_script_editors = all

    ; ##
    ; ##

    ;DefaultScriptEngine = "ScriptEngine.DotNetEngine"
    DefaultScriptEngine = "XEngine"

    ; ##
    ; ## WORLD MAP
    ; ##

    WorldMapModule = "HGWorldMap"
    MapImageModule = "MapImageModule"

    ; ##
    ; ## Customized Cache Implementation
    ; ##
    ; The AssetCache value allows the name of an alternative caching
    ; implementation to be specified. This can normally be omitted.
    ; This value corresponds to the provider value associated with the
    ; intended cache implementation plugin.
    ; See also: asset_database

    AssetCache = "OpenSim.Framework.Communications.Cache.AssetCache"

    ; ##
    ; ##

    ;emailmodule = DefaultEmailModule




;InterregionComms = "LocalComms"
InterregionComms = "RESTComms"

    accounts_authenticate = true
    welcome_message = "Willkommen bei OpenSIM !"

    ; Asset database provider
    ; asset_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.SQLite.dll"
    asset_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.MySQL.dll" ; for mysql
    ; asset_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.NHibernate.dll" ; for nhibernate

    ; the Asset DB source.  This only works for sqlite, mysql, and nhibernate for now
    ; Asset Source SQLite example
    ; asset_source = "URI=file:Asset.db,version=3"
    ; Asset Source NHibernate example (DIALECT;DRIVER;CONNECTSTRING)
    ; asset_source = "SQLiteDialect;SqliteClientDriver;URI=file:Asset.db,version=3"
    ; Asset Source MySQL example
    asset_source = "Data Source=localhost;Database=opensim;User ID=opensimuser;Password=opensimpassword;"

    ; Inventory database provider
    ; inventory_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.SQLite.dll"
    inventory_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.MySQL.dll"
    ; inventory_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.NHibernate.dll" ; for nhibernate

    ; Inventory Source NHibernate example (DIALECT;DRIVER;CONNECTSTRING)
    ; inventory_source = "SQLiteDialect;SqliteClientDriver;URI=file:Inventory.db,version=3"
    ; Inventory Source MySQL example
    inventory_source = "Data Source=localhost;Database=opensim;User ID=opensimuser;Password=opensimpassword;"

    ; User Data Database provider
    ; Multiple providers can be specified by separating them with commas (whitespace is unimportant)
    ; If multiple providers are specified then if a profile is requested, each is queried until one
    ; provides a valid profile, or until all providers have been queried.
    ; Unfortunately the order of querying is currently undefined (it may not be the order in which
    ; providers are specified here).  This needs to be fixed
    ; userDatabase_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.SQLite.dll"
    userDatabase_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.MySQL.dll"
    ; userDatabase_plugin = "OpenSim.Data.NHibernate.dll" ; for nhibernate

    ; User Source NHibernate Example (DIALECT;DRIVER;CONNECTSTRING)
    ; user_source = "SQLiteDialect;SqliteClientDriver;URI=file:User.db,version=3"
    ; User Source MySQL example
    user_source = "Data Source=localhost;Database=opensim;User ID=opensimuser;Password=opensimpassword;"

    ; Specifies the location and filename of the default inventory library control file.  The path can be relative or absolute
    ; Default is ./inventory/Libraries.xml
    ; Specifies the location and filename of the inventory library assets control file.  The path can be relative or absolute
    ; Setting is optional. Default is ./assets/AssetSets.xml

    dump_assets_to_file = false

    http_listener_port = 9000
    remoting_listener_port = 8895
    default_location_x = 1000
    default_location_y = 1000

    ; ssl config: Experimental!  The auto https config only really works definately on windows XP now
    ; you need a Cert Request/Signed pair installed in the MY store with the CN specified below
    ; you can use https on other platforms, but you'll need to configure the httpapi yourself for now
    http_listener_ssl = false ; Also create a SSL server
    http_listener_cn = "localhost" ; Use the cert with the common name
    http_listener_sslport = 9001 ; Use this port for SSL connections
    http_listener_ssl_cert = "" ; Currently unused, but will be used for OSHttpServer

    ; Uncomment below to enable llRemoteData/remote channels
    ; remoteDataPort = 20800

    grid_server_url = ""
    grid_send_key = "null"
    grid_recv_key = "null"

    user_server_url = ""
    user_send_key = "null"
    user_recv_key = "null"

    asset_server_url = ""

    inventory_server_url = ""

    ; The MessagingServer is a companion of the UserServer. It uses
    ; user_send_key and user_recv_key, too
    messaging_server_url = ""

    ; This is the multiplier applied to all client throttles for outgoing UDP network data
    ; If it is set to 1, then we obey the throttle settings as given to us by the client.  If it is set to 3, for example, then we 
    ; multiply that setting by 3 (e.g. if the client gives us a setting of 250 kilobits per second then we
    ; will actually push down data at a maximum rate of 750 kilobits per second).
    ; In principle, setting a multiplier greater than 1 will allow data to be pushed down to a client much faster
    ; than its UI allows the setting to go.  This may be okay in some situations, such as standalone OpenSim
    ; applications on a LAN.  However, the greater the multipler, the higher the risk of packet drop, resulting
    ; in symptoms such as missing terrain or objects.  A much better solution is to change the client UI to allow
    ; higher network bandwidth settings directly, though this isn't always possible.
    ; Currently this setting is 2 by default because we currently send much more texture data than is strictly
    ; necessary.  A setting of 1 could result in slow texture transfer.  This will be fixed when the transfer
    ; of textures at different levels of quality is improved.
    ; Pre r7113, this setting was not exposed but was effectively 8.  You may want to try this if you encounter
    ; unexpected difficulties
    client_throttle_multiplier = 2;

    ; Controls whether the chat module is enabled.  Default is true.
    enabled = true;

    ; Distance in meters that whispers should travel.  Default is 10m
    whisper_distance = 10

    ; Distance in meters that ordinary chat should travel.  Default is 30m
    say_distance = 30

    ; Distance in meters that shouts should travel.  Default is 100m
    shout_distance = 100

    ; Control which region module is used for instant messaging.
    ; Default is InstantMessageModule (this is the name of the core IM module as well as the setting)
    InstantMessageModule = InstantMessageModule

    ;## World Settings

    ;Gravity.  Feel like falling up?  change world_gravityz to 9.8 instead of -9.8.  m/s
    world_gravityx = 0
    world_gravityy = 0
    world_gravityz = -9.8

    ; World Step size. (warning these are dangerous.  Changing these will probably cause your scene to explode dramatically)
    ; reference: fps = (0.09375/ODE_STEPSIZE) * 1000;
    world_stepsize = 0.020
    world_internal_steps_without_collisions = 10

    ;World Space settings. Affects memory consumption vs Collider CPU time for avatar and physical prim
    world_hashspace_size_low = -4
    world_hashSpace_size_high = 128

    ;Dynamic space settings Affects memory consumption vs Collider CPU time for static prim
    meters_in_small_space = 29.9
    small_hashspace_size_low = -4
    small_hashspace_size_high = 66

    ; ##
    ; ## Contact properties. (the stuff that happens when things come in contact with each other)
    ; ##

    ; surface layer around geometries other geometries can sink into before generating a contact
    world_contact_surface_layer = 0.001

    ; Filtering Collisions helps keep things stable physics wise, but sometimes 
    ; it can be over zealous.  If you notice bouncing, chances are it's being just
    ; that
    filter_collisions = false

    ; Non Moving Terrain Contact (avatar isn't moving)
    nm_terraincontact_friction = 255.0
    nm_terraincontact_bounce = 0.1
    nm_terraincontact_erp = 0.1025

    ; Moving Terrain Contact (avatar is moving)
    m_terraincontact_friction = 75.0
    m_terraincontact_bounce = 0.05
    m_terrainContact_erp = 0.05025

    ; Moving Avatar to object Contact
    m_avatarobjectcontact_friction = 75.0
    m_avatarobjectcontact_bounce = 0.1

    ; Object to Object Contact and Non-Moving Avatar to object
    objectcontact_friction = 250.0
    objectcontact_bounce = 0.2

    ; ##
    ; ## Avatar Control
    ; ##

    ; PID Controller Settings. These affect the math that causes the avatar to reach the
    ; desired velocity
    ; See

    av_pid_derivative_linux = 2200.0
    av_pid_proportional_linux = 900.0;

    av_pid_derivative_win = 2200.0
    av_pid_proportional_win = 900.0;

    ;girth of the avatar.  Adds radius to the height also
    av_capsule_radius = 0.37

    ; Max force permissible to use to keep the avatar standing up straight
    av_capsule_standup_tensor_win = 550000
    av_capsule_standup_tensor_linux = 550000

    ; used to calculate mass of avatar.
    ; float AVvolume = (float) (Math.PI*Math.Pow(CAPSULE_RADIUS, 2)*CAPSULE_LENGTH);
    ; av_density * AVvolume;

    av_density = 80

    ; use this value to cut 52% of the height the sim gives us
    av_height_fudge_factor = 0.52

    ; Movement.  Smaller is faster.

    ; speed of movement with Always Run off
    av_movement_divisor_walk = 1.3

    ; speed of movement with Always Run on
    av_movement_divisor_run = 0.8

    ; ##
    ; ## Object options
    ; ##

    ; used in the mass calculation.
    geometry_default_density = 10.000006836

    ; amount of ODE steps where object is non moving for ODE to automatically put it to sleep
    body_frames_auto_disable = 20

    ; used to control llMove2Target
    body_pid_derivative = 35
    body_pid_gain = 25

    ; amount of time a geom/body will try to cross a region border before it gets disabled
    geom_crossing_faiures_before_outofbounds = 5

    ; start throttling the object updates if object comes in contact with 3 or more other objects
    geom_contactpoints_start_throttling = 3

    ; send 1 update for every x updates below when throttled
    geom_updates_before_throttled_update = 15

    ; Used for llSetStatus.  How rigid the object rotation is held on the axis specified
    body_motor_joint_maxforce_tensor_linux = 5
    body_motor_joint_maxforce_tensor_win = 5

    ; ##
    ; ## Sculpted Prim settings
    ; ##

    ; Do we want to mesh sculpted prim to collide like they look?
    mesh_sculpted_prim = true

    ; number^2 non-physical level of detail of the sculpt texture.  32x32 - 1024 verticies
    mesh_lod = 32

    ; number^2 physical level of detail of the sculpt texture.  16x16 - 256 verticies
    mesh_physical_lod = 16

    ; ##
    ; ## Physics logging settings - logfiles are saved to *.DIF files
    ; ##

    ;physics_logging = true
    ;; every n simulation iterations, the physics snapshot file is updated
    ;physics_logging_interval = 50
    ;; append to existing physics logfile, or overwrite existing logfiles?
    ;physics_logging_append_existing_logfile = true

    ; ##
    ; ## Joint support
    ; ##

    ; if you would like physics joints to be enabled through a special naming convention in the client, set this to true. (see NINJA Physics documentation,
    use_NINJA_physics_joints = true

    enabled = false
    access_password = unknown

    ; the create_region XmlRpc call uses region_file_template to generate
    ; the file name of newly create regions (if they are created
    ; persistent). the parameter available are:
    ;     {0} - X location
    ;     {1} - Y location
    ;     {2} - region UUID
    ;     {3} - region port
    ;     {4} - region name with " ", ":", "/" mapped to  "_"

    region_file_template = "{0}x{1}-{2}.xml"

    ; we can limit the number of regions that XmlRpcCreateRegion will
    ;allow by setting this to a positive, non-0 number: as long as the
    ;number of regions is below region_limits, XmlRpcCreateRegion will
    ;succeed. setting region_limit to 0 disables the check.
    ;region_limit = 0

    enabled_methods = all
    ; enable only those methods you deem to be appropriate using a | delimited whitelist
    ; for example, enabled_methods = admin_broadcast|admin_region_query|admin_save_oar|admin_save_xml    
    ; if this parameter is not specified but enabled = true, all methods will be available
    ; Change this to true to enable REST Plugins. This must be true if you wish to use
    ; REST Region or REST Asset and Inventory Plugins
    enabled = false
    god_key = password
    prefix = /admin

    ; Change this to true to enable the REST Region Plugin
    enabled = false

  ; Change this to true to enable the REST Asset and Inventory Plugin
  enabled = false
  realm=OpenSim REST

; Uncomment the following for IRC bridge
; experimental, so if it breaks... keep both parts... yada yada
; also, not good error detection when it fails
    ;enabled = true ; you need to set this otherwise it won't connect
    ;server  =
    ;; user password - only use this if the server requires one
    ;password = mypass
    ;nick    = OpenSimBotNameProbablyMakeThisShorter
    ;channel = #the_irc_channel_you_want_to_connect_to
    ;port = 6667
    ;; channel to listen for configuration commands
    ;commands_enabled = false
    ;command_channel = 2777
    ;report_clients = true
    ;; relay private chat connections
    ;; relay_private_channels = true: will relay IRC chat from/to private in-world channels
    ;; relay_private_channel_out -- channel to send messages out to the IRC bridge
    ;; relay_private_channel_in -- channel to receive message from the IRC bridge
    ;; relay_chat = false: IRC bridge will not relay normal chat
    ;; access_password -- simple security device
    ;; so, to just relay chat from an IRC channel to in-world region and vice versa:
    ;;     relay_private_channels = false
    ;;     relay_chat = true
    ;; to relay chat only to/from private in-world channels:
    ;;     relay_chat = false
    ;;     relay_private_channels = true
    ;;     relay_private_channel_in = 2226
    ;;     relay_private_channel_out = 2225
    ;; in this example, all chat coming in from IRC will be send out via
    ;; in-world channel 2226, and all chat from in-world channel 2225 will
    ;; be relayed to the IRC channel.
    ;relay_private_channels = false
    ;relay_private_channel_in = 2226
    ;relay_private_channel_out = 2225
    ;relay_chat = true
    ;access_password = foobar

    ;fallback_region = name of "default" region
    ;MSGformat fields : 0=botnick, 1=user, 2=region, 3=message
    ; must start with "PRIVMSG {0} : " or irc server will get upset
    ;for <bot>:<user in region> :<message>
    ;msgformat = "PRIVMSG {0} :<{1} in {2}>: {3}"
    ;for <bot>:<message> - <user of region> :
    msgformat = "PRIVMSG {0} : {3} - {1} of {2}"
    ;for <bot>:<message> - from <user> :
    ;msgformat = "PRIVMSG {0} : {3} - from {1}"

    ;enabled = true
    ;channel = 345

    ; PLEASE NOTE that we don't have voice support in OpenSim quite yet - these configuration options are stubs
    enabled = false
    ; This is not supported by the SLViewer right now and
    ; hardcoded within the SL Viewer. Maybe it will be
    ; changed in future. :-)
    account_management_server =
    ; Global SIP Server for conference calls
    sip_domain =

    ; PLEASE NOTE that we don't have voice support in OpenSim quite yet - these configuration options are stubs
    enabled = false
    ; SIP account server domain
    sip_domain =
    ; SIP conf server domain
    conf_domain =
    ; URL of the asterisk opensim frontend
    asterisk_frontend =
    ; password for the asterisk frontend XmlRpc calls
    asterisk_password = bah-humbug
    ; timeout for XmlRpc calls to asterisk front end (in ms)
    asterisk_timeout = 3000
    ; salt for asterisk nonces
    asterisk_salt = paluempalum

; Uncomment the following to control the progression of daytime
; in the Sim.  The defaults are what is shown below
    ; number of wall clock hours for an opensim day.  24.0 would mean realtime
    ;day_length = 24
    ; Year length in days
    ;year_length = 365
    ; Day to Night Ratio
    ;day_night_offset = 1
    ; send a Sun update every update_interval # of frames.  A lower number will
    ; make for smoother sun transition at the cost of network
    ;update_interval = 100

    Enabled = false

    ScriptDelayFactor = 1.0
    ScriptDistanceLimitFactor = 1.0

    ; These settings are specific to DotNetEngine script engine
    ; Other script engines based on OpenSim.Region.ScriptEngine.Common.dll will have almost identical settings, but in another section of this config file.

    ; When a script receives an event the event is queued.
    ; Any free thread will start executing this event. One script can only have one event executed simultaneously.
    ; If you have only one thread, and one script has a loop or does a lot of work, then no other scripts can run at the same time.
    ; Same if you have 10 threads, then only 10 scripts can be run simultaneously.
    ; But because most scripts exit after their task, the threads are free to go on to the next script.

    ; Refresh ScriptEngine config options (these settings) every xx seconds
    ; 0 = Do not refresh
    ; Set it to number of seconds between refresh, for example 30.
    ; Will allow you to change ScriptEngine settings while server is running just by using "CONFIG SET" on console
    ; For example to increase or decrease number of threads: CONFIG SET NumberOfScriptThreads 10
    ; NOTE! Disabled for now. Feature does not work.

    ; Number of threads to use for script event execution
    ; Threads are shared across all regions

    ; Script event execution thread priority inside application.
    ; Valid values: Lowest, BelowNormal, Normal, AboveNormal, Highest

    ; How long MAX should a script event be allowed to run (per event execution)?
    ; Do not set this too low (like 50ms) as there are some time wasted in simply executing a function
    ; There is also a small speed penalty for every kill that is made

    ; Should we enable the max script event execution thread to look for scripts that exceed their timeslice?

    ; Should we stop the script completely when time exceeds?
    ; This is useful if you have a high <MaxEventExecutionTimeMs> and want to deactivate scripts that go wrong
    ; Note that for example physics engine can slow down the system and make scripts spend more time

    ; If no scripts have executed in this pass how long should we sleep before checking again
    ; Impact:
    ; Too low and you will waste lots of CPU
    ; Too high and people touching object or similar will have to wait up to this amount of time before script responding

    ; AppDomains are used for two things:
    ; * Security: Scripts inside AppDomains are limited in permissions.
    ; * Script unloading: When a script is deactivated it can not be unloaded. Only whole AppDomains can be unloaded.
    ; AppDomains are therefore only unloaded once ALL active scripts inside it has been deactivated (removed from prims).
    ; Each AppDomain has some memory overhead. But leaving dead scripts in memory also has memory overhead.

    ; MaintenanceLoop
    ; How often to run maintenance loop
    ; Maintenance loop is doing: script compile/load, script unload, reload config, adjust running config and enforce max execution time

    ; How many maintenanceloops between each of these.
    ; (if 2 then function will be executed every MaintenanceLoopms*2 ms)
    ; Script loading/unloading

    ; How long load/unload thread should sleep if there is nothing to do
    ; Higher value makes it respond slower when scripts are added/removed from prims
    ; But once active it will process all in queue before sleeping again

    ; Other tasks
    ; check if we need to reload config, adjust running config and enforce max execution time

    ; Allow the use of os* functions (some are dangerous)
    ; Default is false
    AllowOSFunctions = true

    ; Threat level to allow if os functions are enabled
    ; One of None, VeryLow, Low, Moderate, High, VeryHigh, Severe
    ; Default is VeryLow
    OSFunctionThreatLevel = VeryLow

    ; Maximum number of items in load/unload queue before we start rejecting loads
    ; Note that we will only be rejecting load. Unloads will still be able to queue.

    ; Maximum number of (LSL) events that can be queued before new events are ignored.

    ; Async LL command sleep
    ; If no async LL commands are waiting, how long should thread sleep before checking again
    ; Async LL commands are LSL-commands that causes an event to be fired back with result

    ; When script is converted from LSL to C#, or just plain compiled, a copy of the script source will be put in the ScriptEngine folder

    ; Specify default script compiler
    ; If you do not specify //cs, //vb, //js or //lsl tag as the first characters of your script then the default compiler will be chosen
    ; Valid languages are: lsl, cs, js and vb

    ; Specify what compilers are allowed to be used
    ; Note vb only works on Windows for now (Mono lacks VB compile support)
    ; Valid languages are: lsl, cs, js and vb
    ; AllowedCompilers=lsl,cs,js,vb.  *warning*, non lsl languages have access to static methods such as System.IO.File.  Enable at your own risk.

    ; Compile scripts with debugging
    ; Probably a thousand times slower, but gives you a line number when something goes wrong.

    ; Remove old scripts on next startup

    ; Set the following to true to allow administrator owned scripts to execute console commands

    AllowGodFunctions = false

    ; Maximum number of llListen events we allow per script
    ; Set this to 0 to have no limit imposed.
    max_listens_per_script = 64

    ; The following set of configs pertains to search.
    ; Set index_sims to true to enable search engines to index your searchable data
    ; If false, no data will be exposed, DataSnapshot module will be off, and you can ignore the rest of these search-related configs
    index_sims = true
    ; The variable data_exposure controls what the regions expose:
    ;    minimum: exposes only things explicitly marked for search
    ;    all: exposes everything
    data_exposure = minimum
    ; If search is on, change this to your grid name; will be ignored for standalones
    gridname = "M34-Sim1"
    ; Period between data snapshots, in seconds. 20 minutes, for starters, so that you see the initial changes fast.
    ; Later, you may want to increase this to 3600 (1 hour) or more
    default_snapshot_period = 1200
    ; This will be created in bin, if it doesn't exist already. It will hold the data snapshots.
    snapshot_cache_directory = "DataSnapshot"
    ; This semicolon-separated string serves to notify specific data services about the existence 
    ; of this sim. Uncomment if you want to index your data with this and/or other search providers.

    ; These economy values get used in the BetaGridLikeMoneyModule.  - This module is for demonstration only -
    ; In grid mode, use this currency XMLRPC server.  Leave blank for normal functionality
    CurrencyServer = ""
    ; ""

    ; In grid mode, this is the land XMLRPC server. Leave blank for normal functionality
    LandServer = ""

    ; 45000 is the highest value that the sim could possibly report because of protocol constraints
    ObjectCapacity = 45000

    ; Money Unit fee to upload textures, animations etc
    PriceUpload = 0

    ; Money Unit fee to create groups
    PriceGroupCreate = 0

    ; This is the account Money goes to for fees.  Remember, economy requires that money circulates somewhere... even if it's an upload fee
    EconomyBaseAccount = 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

    ; This is the type of user that will pay fees.
    ; Set this to 2 for users, estate managers and Estate Owners
    ; Set this to 1 for Users and Estate Managers
    ; Set this to 0 for Users only.
    ; -1 disables
    UserLevelPaysFees = -1

    ; Amount to give to user as a stipend
    UserStipend = 1000

    ; When a user gets low on money units and logs off, then logs back on, issue a new stipend if they have less money units then this
    ; amount. Be aware that the account money isn't stored anywhere so users will get a stipend if you restart the simulator
    IssueStipendWhenClientIsBelowAmount = 10

    ; If this is true, the simulator will remember account balances until the simulator is shutdown or restarted.
    KeepMoneyAcrossLogins = true

    ; We don't really know what the rest of these values do.  These get sent to the client
    ; These taken from Agni at a Public Telehub.  Change at your own risk.
    ObjectCount = 0
    PriceEnergyUnit = 100
    PriceObjectClaim = 10
    PricePublicObjectDecay = 4
    PricePublicObjectDelete = 4
    PriceParcelClaim = 1
    PriceParcelClaimFactor = 1

    PriceRentLight = 5
    TeleportMinPrice = 2
    TeleportPriceExponent = 2
    EnergyEfficiency = 1
    PriceObjectRent = 1
    PriceObjectScaleFactor = 10
    PriceParcelRent = 1

    Enabled = false
    Directory = SVNmodule\repo
    URL = "svn://"
    Username = "user"
    Password = "password"
    ImportOnStartup = false
    Autosave = false
    AutoSavePeriod = 15 ; Number of minutes between autosave backups

    ; Enable this engine in this OpenSim instance
    Enabled = true
    ; How many threads to keep alive even if nothing is happening
    MinThreads = 2
    ; How many threads to start at maximum load
    MaxThreads = 1000
    ; Time a thread must be idle (in seconds) before it dies
    IdleTimeout = 60
    ; Thread priority ("Lowest", "BelowNormal", "Normal", "AboveNormal", "Highest")
    Priority = "Normal"
    ; Maximum number of events to queue for a script (excluding timers)
    MaxScriptEventQueue = 300
    ; Stack size per thread created
    ThreadStackSize = 262144
    ; Rate to poll for asynchronous command replies (ms)
    AsyncLLCommandLoopms = 50
    ; Save the source of all compiled scripts
    WriteScriptSourceToDebugFile = true
    ; Default language for scripts
    DefaultCompileLanguage = lsl
    ; List of allowed languages (lsl,vb,js,cs)
    ; AllowedCompilers=lsl,cs,js,vb.  
    ; *warning*, non lsl languages have access to static methods such as System.IO.File.  Enable at your own risk.
    ; Compile debug info (line numbers) into the script assemblies
    CompileWithDebugInformation = true
    ; Allow the use of os* functions (some are dangerous)
    AllowOSFunctions = true
    ; Threat level to allow, one of None, VeryLow, Low, Moderate, High, VeryHigh, Severe
    OSFunctionThreatLevel = Moderate
    ; Interval (s) between background save of script states
    SaveInterval = 120
    ; Interval (s) between maintenance runs (0 = disable)
    MaintenanceInterval = 10
    ; Time a script can spend in an event handler before it is interrupted
    EventLimit = 30
    ; If a script overruns it's event limit, kill the script?
    KillTimedOutScripts = false
    ; Sets the multiplier for the scripting delays
    ScriptDelayFactor = 1.0
    ; The factor the 10 m distances llimits are multiplied by
    ScriptDistanceLimitFactor = 1.0

    ; OS Functions enable/disable
    ; For each function, you can add one line, as shown
    ; The default for all functions allows them if below threat level

    ; true allows the use of the function unconditionally
    ; Allow_osSetRegionWaterHeight = true

    ; false disables the function completely
    ; Allow_osSetRegionWaterHeight = false

    ; Comma separated list of UUIDS allows the function for that list of UUIDS
    ; Allow_osSetRegionWaterHeight = 888760cb-a3cf-43ac-8ea4-8732fd3ee2bb

    ; Allow for llCreateLink and llBreakLink to work without asking for permission 
    ; only enable this in a trusted environment otherwise you may be subject to hijacking
    ; AutomaticLinkPermission = false

    ; These settings are used to return information on a get_grid_info call.
    ; Client launcher scripts and third-party clients make use of this to
    ; autoconfigure the client and to provide a nice user experience. If you
    ; want to facilitate that, you should configure the settings here according
    ; to your grid or standalone setup.
    ; See

    ; login uri: for grid this is the user server URI
    login =

    ; long grid name: the long name of your grid
    gridname = "Free and open world of OpenSIM"

    ; short grid name: the short name of your grid
    gridnick = "OpenSIM-Grid"

    ; login page: optional: if it exists it will be used to tell the client to use
    ; this as splash page
    welcome =

    ; helper uri: optional: if it exists if will be used to tell the client to use
    ; this for all economy related things
    economy =

    ; web page of grid: optional: page providing further information about your grid
    about =

    ; account creation: optional: page providing further information about obtaining
    ; a user account on your grid
    register =

    ; help: optional: page providing further assistance for users of your grid
    help =

    ; password help: optional: page providing password assistance for users of your grid
    password =

    ;These are the settings for the Open Grid Protocol..  the Agent Domain, Region Domain,   you know..

    ;On/true or Off/false

    ;Name Prefix/suffix when using OGP

    ; Enable concierge module
    ; Default is false
    enabled = false

    ; name of the concierge
    whoami = "Concierge"

    ; password for updating the welcome message templates via XmlRpc
    password = password

    ; regex specifying for which regions concierge service is desired; if
    ; empty, then for all
    regions = "^MeetingSpace-"

    ; for each region that matches the regions regexp you can provide
    ; (optionally) a welcome template using format substitution:
    ; {0} is replaced with the name of the avatar entering the region
    ; {1} is replaced with the name of the region
    ; {2} is replaced with the name of the concierge (whoami variable above)

    welcomes = /path/to/welcome/template/directory

    ; Concierge can send attendee lists to an event broker whenever an
    ; avatar enters or leaves a concierged region. the URL is subject
    ; to format substitution:
    ; {0} is replaced with the region's name
    ; {1} is replaced with the region's UUID
    broker = "{1}"


    ; Enable this to allow the tree module to manage your sim trees, including growing, reproducing and dying
    active_trees = false

    ; Density of tree population
    tree_density = 1000.0

    ; Enable this module to get notified once all items and scripts in the region have been completely loaded and compiled
    enabled = false

    ; Channel on which to signal region readiness through a message
    ; formatted as follows: "{0|1},n,[oar error]"
    ; - the first number indicating whether the OAR file loaded ok (1 == ok, 0 == error)
    ; - the second number indicates how many scrips failed to compile
    ; - "oar error" if supplied, provides the error message from the OAR load
    channel_notify = -800

	enabled = false

	Enabled = false ; Enables the Mini Region Modules Script Engine. WARNING: SECURITY RISK.
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