This is the name of the server prop file. Default value is
The address value provides the hub process of your Palace server with a host name to
bind to (the default value is
). The Palace server is built to allow multiple
frontends, each of which listens on its own host name, while the hub listens on an
internal interface (e.g., localhost). The frontend processes communicate with the hub,
where all of the processing is actually done. The resulting data is then sent back to the
frontends, which send it out to the individual clients. Bindaddress is the binding
address of the hub process, while frontend is the binding address of an individual
frontend and the port number it binds to. This parallel design results in better
performance and less lag. This string must be in double quotes. See
This value specifies the port number of the hub process, which is the actual location of
your Palace server. Note that this is not necessarily the same port specified by
(which is made known to users). See
The directory value specifies the name of the directory where the Palace files server
files reside. This directory should contain directories such as /
. The default value is the current directory.
The filename value allows you to specify the name of the file to which all chat
messages will be logged. The actual filename will be
, and a new chat
file will be created every calendar day. If this command is not specified, chat logging
will be disabled.
These files will contain all chat messages, and will therefore tend to become
DEBUG TRUE | FALSE
, the server will generate additional status messages in the log files.
The default value is
This debugging information is quite verbose, and will result in extremely
large log files. It should only be used when you suspect a specific problem with your
server, or prior to contacting The Palace Technical Support on the Palace website.
NOWHISPER TRUE | FALSE
, users in your palace will not be able to whisper to other users.
The default value is
. Set this keyword with the command nowhisper on page 60.
UNIX Palace Server Guide