By default, coroner client uses ~/.coroner.cf as its configuration file. Alternate configurations can be specified by passing the -c flag to coroner.

Below are some example configurations for coroner.

Configuration using CA-trusted certificates

For server-side configuration with CA-trusted certificates, see: Database Install with CA-Trusted Certificates

[universe]
name = test
write = https://<coronerd_server>:6098
read = <coronerd_server>:4097
read.ssl.enabled = true
read.ssl.method = TLSv12

# Below, you will associate the tokens you created in the coroner console (token_id) 
# with a concise name (token_name).  You will use these token names when submitting
# snapshots to coroner later on.
[token]
<token_name> = <token_id>

[default]
list.frequency=tag,collection,environment,dc,uname.release,uname.version
list.expand=dc,application,hostname,tag,collection,environment,uname.release,uname.version
list.sort=hostname
list.instances=5

[general]
viewer = /opt/backtrace/bin/hydra %s

Configuration using self-signed certificates

For server-side configuration with self-signed certificates, see: Database Install with Self-Signed Certificates

[universe]
name = test
write = https://<coronerd_server>:6098
read = <coronerd_server>:4097
read.ssl.enabled = true
read.ssl.method = TLSv12
curl.ssl_verifyhost = false
curl.ssl_verifypeer = false

# Below, you will associate the tokens you created in the coroner console (token_id) 
# with a concise name (token_name).  You will use these token names when submitting
# snapshots to coroner later on.
[token]
<token_name> = <token_id>

[default]
list.frequency=tag,collection,environment,dc,uname.release,uname.version
list.expand=dc,application,hostname,tag,collection,environment,uname.release,uname.version
list.sort=hostname
list.instances=5

[general]
viewer = /opt/backtrace/bin/hydra %s

Configuration for unsecured communications

For server-side configuration with no SSL/TLS, see: Database Install with No SSL/TLS

[universe]
name = test
write = http://<coronerd_server>:6097
read = <coronerd_server>:4097

# Below, you will associate the tokens you created in the coroner console (token_id) 
# with a concise name (token_name).  You will use these token names when submitting
# snapshots to coroner later on.
[token]
<token_name> = <token_id>

[default]
list.frequency=tag,collection,environment,dc,uname.release,uname.version
list.expand=dc,application,hostname,tag,collection,environment,uname.release,uname.version
list.sort=hostname
list.instances=5

[general]
viewer = /opt/backtrace/bin/hydra %s