Below this line you'll find the content of grizzly.properties with the documented configuration values specific to the bundle com.open-xchange.http.grizzly from the package open-xchange-grizzly.

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# Grizzly.properties
#
# This file configures the grizzly server contained in the package
# open-xchange-grizzly. In your OX setup grizzly is located behind the
# load-balancer and accepts incoming client requests. Communication with the
# load balancer is done via http, e.g via Apache's mod_proxy_http.


### NetworkListeners
################################################## ##############################

# The host for the http network listener. Default value: 0.0.0.0, bind to every
# nic of your host.
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.httpNetworkListenerH ost=0.0.0.0

# The default port for the http network listener. Default value: 8080.
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.httpNetworkListenerP ort=8080


### JMX
################################################## ##############################

# Do you want to enable monitoring via JMX? Default value: true.
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.hasJMXEnabled=true


### Various
################################################## ##############################

# To enable proper load balancing and request routing from {client1, client2 ..
# .} --> balancer --> {backend1, backend2 ...} we have to append a backend route
# to the JSESSIONID cookies separated by a '.'. It's important that this backend
# route is unique for every single backend behind the load balancer.
# The string has to be a sequence of characters excluding semi-colon, comma and
# white space so the JSESSIONID cookie stays in accordance with the cookie
# specification after we append the backendroute to it.
com.openexchange.http.grizzly.backendRoute=OX0