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1#
2# TIPC configuration
3#
4
5menuconfig TIPC
6    tristate "The TIPC Protocol (EXPERIMENTAL)"
7    depends on INET && EXPERIMENTAL
8    ---help---
9      The Transparent Inter Process Communication (TIPC) protocol is
10      specially designed for intra cluster communication. This protocol
11      originates from Ericsson where it has been used in carrier grade
12      cluster applications for many years.
13    
14      For more information about TIPC, see http://tipc.sourceforge.net.
15
16      This protocol support is also available as a module ( = code which
17      can be inserted in and removed from the running kernel whenever you
18      want). The module will be called tipc. If you want to compile it
19      as a module, say M here and read <file:Documentation/kbuild/modules.txt>.
20
21      If in doubt, say N.
22
23if TIPC
24
25config TIPC_ADVANCED
26    bool "TIPC: Advanced configuration"
27    default n
28    help
29      Saying Y here will open some advanced configuration
30          for TIPC. Most users do not need to bother, so if
31          unsure, just say N.
32
33config TIPC_ZONES
34    int "Maximum number of zones in network"
35    depends on TIPC_ADVANCED
36    default "3"
37    help
38     Max number of zones inside TIPC network. Max supported value
39         is 255 zones, minimum is 1
40
41     Default is 3 zones in a network; setting this to higher
42     allows more zones but might use more memory.
43
44config TIPC_CLUSTERS
45    int "Maximum number of clusters in a zone"
46    depends on TIPC_ADVANCED
47    default "1"
48    help
49          ***Only 1 (one cluster in a zone) is supported by current code.
50          Any value set here will be overridden.***
51
52          (Max number of clusters inside TIPC zone. Max supported
53          value is 4095 clusters, minimum is 1.
54
55      Default is 1; setting this to smaller value might save
56          some memory, setting it to higher
57      allows more clusters and might consume more memory.)
58
59config TIPC_NODES
60    int "Maximum number of nodes in cluster"
61    depends on TIPC_ADVANCED
62    default "255"
63    help
64      Maximum number of nodes inside a TIPC cluster. Maximum
65          supported value is 2047 nodes, minimum is 8.
66
67      Setting this to a smaller value saves some memory,
68      setting it to higher allows more nodes.
69
70config TIPC_SLAVE_NODES
71    int "Maximum number of slave nodes in cluster"
72    depends on TIPC_ADVANCED
73    default "0"
74    help
75          ***This capability is not supported by current code.***
76      
77      Maximum number of slave nodes inside a TIPC cluster. Maximum
78          supported value is 2047 nodes, minimum is 0.
79
80      Setting this to a smaller value saves some memory,
81      setting it to higher allows more nodes.
82
83config TIPC_PORTS
84    int "Maximum number of ports in a node"
85    depends on TIPC_ADVANCED
86    default "8191"
87    help
88      Maximum number of ports within a node. Maximum
89          supported value is 64535 nodes, minimum is 127.
90
91      Setting this to a smaller value saves some memory,
92      setting it to higher allows more ports.
93
94config TIPC_LOG
95    int "Size of log buffer"
96    depends on TIPC_ADVANCED
97    default 0
98    help
99       Size (in bytes) of TIPC's internal log buffer, which records the
100      occurrence of significant events. Maximum supported value
101      is 32768 bytes, minimum is 0.
102
103      There is no need to enable the log buffer unless the node will be
104      managed remotely via TIPC.
105
106config TIPC_DEBUG
107    bool "Enable debugging support"
108    default n
109    help
110       This will enable debugging of TIPC.
111
112      Only say Y here if you are having trouble with TIPC. It will
113      enable the display of detailed information about what is going on.
114
115endif # TIPC
116

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