When installing software, the security server components use default values for different parameters. The values of parameters can be changed after installation to adapt the behaviour of the security server so that they suite the institution’s wishes/needs.

You can add the parameter values to the /etc/xroad/conf.d/local.ini file and they must be in the format:


For example:


In this example, the storage of time-stamped and archived message logs in the database is changed from the default 30 days to 1 day. As a result, all time-stamped and archived message logs older than 1 day will be deleted in the database and the volume of the database will thereby be reduced.
For example:

NB! In order for the parameter changes to be enforced, you need to restart the service!

You can find a list of adaptable parameters and descriptions of their values here.