CruiseControl.NET : Server Application Config File
This page last changed on Apr 01, 2005 by mroberts.
Various aspects of the CruiseControl.NET Server are configured in the application configuration file. The name of this file depends on how you are running the server:
For most installations the default settings in this file will be appropriate.This file is a standard .NET application config file. Parts of it that are specific to CruiseControl.NET are as follows:CCTray, Web Dashboard). By default CCNet listens on port 21234, but this can be changed under the <system.runtime.remoting> section.
You'll need to change this value if you want to run multiple CruiseControl.NET servers on 1 machine
Logging of the Server activities (not the build logs themselves) is implemented using .NET Tracing, and this is configurable in the <system.diagnostics> section of the application config file. In this section you can change log level (the <switches> section), and where log data is sent to (the <trace> section).If you are using a LogFileTraceListener in the <trace> section, then you can configure the server log file name there. This same file name should be set as the value for the ServerLogFilePath key in the <appSettings> section. This value is used when remote applications request to see the server log file. The number of lines returned from the end of the server log file to the remote application is specified by the ServerLogFileLines value.
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