Explicitly disabling OpenSim modules not in use

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Explicitly disabling OpenSim modules not in use

Ai Austin-2
I wonder if anyone can point me at a description of the mechanism in
the OpenSim.ini and incorporated config-include/.ini files which
explicitly DISABLE modules that are not in use.

I have seen in @Diva's D2 distribution .ini files that she
incorporates a set of lines with format Setup_<modulename> =
2disabled" like this...

[Modules]

     Setup_IRCBridgeModule = "disabled"
     Setup_ConciergeModule = "disabled"
     Setup_AutoBackupModule = "disabled"
     Setup_TreePopulatorModule = "disabled"

Does this actually have an effect in recent OpenSim releases and is
it a good idea to list modules known NOT to be used in the .ini files?

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Re: Explicitly disabling OpenSim modules not in use

Diva Canto
This is an obscure corner of OpenSim that I only came across from
reading the source code, but yes, this is how you prevent modules from
being loaded.
I don't recommend doing this, unless you know what you're doing.

On 8/11/2015 7:21 AM, Ai Austin wrote:

> I wonder if anyone can point me at a description of the mechanism in
> the OpenSim.ini and incorporated config-include/.ini files which
> explicitly DISABLE modules that are not in use.
>
> I have seen in @Diva's D2 distribution .ini files that she
> incorporates a set of lines with format Setup_<modulename> =
> 2disabled" like this...
>
> [Modules]
>
>     Setup_IRCBridgeModule = "disabled"
>     Setup_ConciergeModule = "disabled"
>     Setup_AutoBackupModule = "disabled"
>     Setup_TreePopulatorModule = "disabled"
>
> Does this actually have an effect in recent OpenSim releases and is it
> a good idea to list modules known NOT to be used in the .ini files?
>
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