HAProxy Enterprise Documentation 2.0r1
global section appears at the top of your configuration file. It defines process-level directives such as the maximum number of connections to accept, where to forward logs, and the path from which to load HAProxy Enterprise modules.
global # Bind the Runtime API to a UNIX domain socket and/or an IP address stats socket
/var/run/hapee-2.0/hapee-lb.sockuser hapee-lb group hapee mode 660 level admin stats socket ipv4@*:9024 level admin # Set a timeout for how long you can stay connected to the Runtime API, # which is useful for longer interactive terminal sessions stats timeout 10m # Set remote or local Syslog server addresses to send log files to log 127.0.0.1 local0 log 127.0.0.1 local1 notice # Set the user and group to run HAProxy Enterprise as user hapee-lbgroup hapee# Run the process in a chrooted directory chroot /var/empty# Set the path from which to load Enterprise modules module-path /opt/hapee-2.0/modules