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	 * Central phpPgAdmin configuration.  As a user you may modify the
	 * settings here for your particular configuration.
	 * $Id: config.inc.php-dist,v 1.55 2008/02/18 21:10:31 xzilla Exp $

	// An example server.  Create as many of these as you wish,
	// indexed from zero upwards.

	// Display name for the server on the login screen
	$conf['servers'][0]['desc'] = 'PostgreSQL';

	// Hostname or IP address for server.  Use '' for UNIX domain socket.
	// use 'localhost' for TCP/IP connection on this computer
	$conf['servers'][0]['host'] = '';

	// Database port on server (5432 is the PostgreSQL default)
	$conf['servers'][0]['port'] = 5432;

	// Database SSL mode
	// Possible options: disable, allow, prefer, require
	// To require SSL on older servers use option: legacy
	// To ignore the SSL mode, use option: unspecified
	$conf['servers'][0]['sslmode'] = 'allow';

	// Change the default database only if you cannot connect to template1.
	// For a PostgreSQL 8.1+ server, you can set this to 'postgres'.
	$conf['servers'][0]['defaultdb'] = 'template1';

	// Specify the path to the database dump utilities for this server.
	// You can set these to '' if no dumper is available.
	$conf['servers'][0]['pg_dump_path'] = '/usr/bin/pg_dump';
	$conf['servers'][0]['pg_dumpall_path'] = '/usr/bin/pg_dumpall';

	// Example for a second server (PostgreSQL for Windows)
	//$conf['servers'][1]['desc'] = 'Test Server';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['host'] = '';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['port'] = 5432;
	//$conf['servers'][1]['sslmode'] = 'allow';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['defaultdb'] = 'template1';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['pg_dump_path'] = 'C:\\Program Files\\PostgreSQL\\8.0\\bin\\pg_dump.exe';
	//$conf['servers'][1]['pg_dumpall_path'] = 'C:\\Program Files\\PostgreSQL\\8.0\\bin\\pg_dumpall.exe';
	/* Groups definition */
	/* Groups allow administrators to logicaly group servers together under
	 * group nodes in the left browser tree
	 * The group '0' description
	//$conf['srv_groups'][0]['desc'] = 'group one';

	/* Add here servers indexes belonging to the group '0' seperated by comma */
	//$conf['srv_groups'][0]['servers'] = '0,1,2'; 

	/* A server can belong to multi groups. Here server 1 is referenced in both
	 * 'group one' and 'group two'*/
	//$conf['srv_groups'][1]['desc'] = 'group two';
	//$conf['srv_groups'][1]['servers'] = '3,1';

	/* A group can be nested in one or more existing groups using the 'parents'
	 * parameter. Here the group 'group three' contains only one server and will
	 * appear as a subgroup in both 'group one' and 'group two':
	//$conf['srv_groups'][2]['desc'] = 'group three';
	//$conf['srv_groups'][2]['servers'] = '4';
	//$conf['srv_groups'][2]['parents'] = '0,1';

	/* Warning: Only groups with no parents appears at the root of the tree. */

	// Default language. E.g.: 'english', 'polish', etc.  See lang/ directory
	// for all possibilities. If you specify 'auto' (the default) it will use 
	// your browser preference.
	$conf['default_lang'] = 'auto';

	// AutoComplete uses AJAX interaction to list foreign key values 
	// on insert fields. It currently only works on single column 
	// foreign keys. You can choose one of the following values:
	// 'default on' enables AutoComplete and turns it on by default.
	// 'default off' enables AutoComplete but turns it off by default.
	// 'disable' disables AutoComplete.
	$conf['autocomplete'] = 'default on';
	// If extra login security is true, then logins via phpPgAdmin with no
	// password or certain usernames (pgsql, postgres, root, administrator)
	// will be denied. Only set this false once you have read the FAQ and
	// understand how to change PostgreSQL's pg_hba.conf to enable
	// passworded local connections.
	$conf['extra_login_security'] = true;

	// Only show owned databases?
	// Note: This will simply hide other databases in the list - this does
	// not in any way prevent your users from seeing other database by
	// other means. (e.g. Run 'SELECT * FROM pg_database' in the SQL area.)
	$conf['owned_only'] = false;

	// Display comments on objects?  Comments are a good way of documenting
	// a database, but they do take up space in the interface.
	$conf['show_comments'] = true;

	// Display "advanced" objects? Setting this to true will show 
	// aggregates, types, operators, operator classes, conversions, 
	// languages and casts in phpPgAdmin. These objects are rarely 
	// administered and can clutter the interface.
	$conf['show_advanced'] = false;

	// Display "system" objects?
	$conf['show_system'] = false;

	// Minimum length users can set their password to.
	$conf['min_password_length'] = 1;

	// Width of the left frame in pixels (object browser)
	$conf['left_width'] = 200;
	// Which look & feel theme to use
	$conf['theme'] = 'default';
	// Show OIDs when browsing tables?
	$conf['show_oids'] = false;
	// Max rows to show on a page when browsing record sets
	$conf['max_rows'] = 30;

	// Max chars of each field to display by default in browse mode
	$conf['max_chars'] = 50;

	// Send XHTML strict headers?
	$conf['use_xhtml_strict'] = false;

	// Base URL for PostgreSQL documentation.
	// '%s', if present, will be replaced with the PostgreSQL version
	// (e.g. 8.4 )
	$conf['help_base'] = 'http://www.postgresql.org/docs/%s/interactive/';
	// Configuration for ajax scripts
	// Time in seconds. If set to 0, refreshing data using ajax will be disabled (locks and activity pages)
	$conf['ajax_refresh'] = 3;

	/** Plugins management
	 * Add plugin names to the following array to activate them
	 * Example:
	 *   $conf['plugins'] = array(
	 *     'Example',
	 *     'Slony'
	 *   );
	$conf['plugins'] = array();

	 * Don't modify anything below this line *

	$conf['version'] = 19;

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