**## > ################################################################################**
**## > # These settings are ONLY used by $LS_HOME/bin/system-install to create a custom**
**## > # startup script for Logstash.  It sh
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ically use the init system**
**## > # (systemd, upstart, sysv, etc.) that your Linux distribution uses.**
**## > #**
**## > # After changing anything here, you need to re-run $LS_HOME/bin/system-install**
**## > # as root to push the changes to the init script.**
**## > ################################################################################**
**## > **
**## > # Override Java location**
**## > JAVACMD=/usr/bin/java**
**## > **
**## > # Set a home directory**
**## > LS_HOME=/usr/share/logstash**
**## > **
**## > # logstash settings directory, the path which contains logstash.yml**
**## > LS_SETTINGS_DIR=/home/build/sukeerthi/logstash**
**## > **
**## > # Arguments to pass to logstash**
**## > LS_OPTS="--path.settings ${LS_SETTINGS_DIR}"**
**## > **
**## > # Arguments to pass to java**
**## > LS_JAVA_OPTS=""**
**## > **
**## > # pidfiles aren't used the same way for upstart and systemd; this is for sysv users.**
**## > LS_PIDFILE=/var/run/logstash.pid**
**## > **
**## > # user and group id to be invoked as**
**## > LS_USER=logstash**
**## > LS_GROUP=logstash**
**## > **
**## > # Enable GC logging by uncommenting the appropriate lines in the GC logging**
**## > # section in jvm.options**
**## > LS_GC_LOG_FILE=/var/log/logstash/gc.log**
**## > **
**## > # Open file limit**
**## > LS_OPEN_FILES=16384**
**## > **
**## > # Nice level**
**## > LS_NICE=19**
**## > **
**## > # Change these to have the init script named and described differently**
**## > # This is useful when running multiple instances of Logstash on the same**
**## > # physical box or vm**
**## > SERVICE_NAME="logstash-suk"**
**## > SERVICE_DESCRIPTION="logstash-suk"**
**## > **
**## > # If you need to run a command or script before launching Logstash, put it**
**## > # between the lines beginning with `read` and `EOM`, and uncomment those lines.**
**## > ###**
**## > ## read -r -d '' PRESTART << EOM**
**## > ## EOM**

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