B
Palace Configurations 
and Settings
This section lists the keywords in your 
pserver.conf 
and 
pserver.prefs
 file. These 
keywords determine the configuration and preferences for your Palace.
The Palace configuration file
Your Palace server configuration settings are stored in the 
PalaceServerroot/palace/
psdata/pserver.conf 
file. Use this file to configure your server settings. All 
comments must have a semicolon (;) in the first column and all keywords must be 
UPPERCASE. All explicit strings must be within double quotes, as noted in the 
following keyword listing.
It's a good idea to make a backup copy of 
pserver.conf
, before making any changes 
to it. 
NOTE   
The Palace installation sets the values for these keywords. Generally, you do 
not have to edit this file unless you require a special setting.
You can customize e the following keywords:
SERIALNUMBER "
registrationcode
"
Your Palace server possesses a unique registration code used to identify the features 
and number of users your Palace server supports. This keyword is required to register 
your server with The Palace Directory. 
LOGFILE "
filename
"
This is the base name of the log file used by this server. The actual file name will be 
logfilename.YYMMDD
 and a new file will be started every calendar day. This resides in 
your 
/logs
 directory. Default value is 
logs/pserver.log
.
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