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Dies ist ein Index aller unterstützten Konfigurationsoptionen, basierend auf der DefaultSettings.php-Datei.

Bearbeiten Sie niemals DefaultSettings.php; kopiere stattdessen die entsprechenden Zeilen auf LocalSettings.php und ändere sie nach Bedarf.

Wenn Du eine Konfigurationseinstellung hier nicht finden kannst, schaue nach, ob sie in DefaultSettings.php definiert ist. Die Variable sollte dort dokumentiert sein.

Einstellungen, die in MediaWiki-Versionen vor 1.27 entfernt wurden, sind hier nicht mehr aufgeführt. Bitte benutze das Suchfeld, um die entsprechende Manual-Seite zu finden (z.B. Manual:$wgAllowAnonymousMinor).
In alphabetischer Reihenfolge | Auflistung nach Funktion | Kategorie:MediaWiki Konfigurationseinstellungen

Allgemeine Einstellungen

URLs und Dateipfade

Globale Objekte

E-Mail-Einstellungen

See also User Access: $wgEmailConfirmToEdit

E-Mail Benachrichtigung (Enotif) Einstellungen

Actual notifications for each user are defined in the options. You can change defaults with $wgDefaultUserOptions .

Datenbankeinstellungen

LoadBalancer-Einstellungen

MSSQL-spezifisch

MySQL-spezifisch

Oracle-spezifisch

  • $wgDBOracleDRCP (entfernt in 1.34) – When set to true, enables persistent connection with DRCP on Oracle.

PostgreSQL-spezifisch

  • $wgDBport – Port der Datenbasis. Nur von PostgreSQL verwendet.

SQLite-spezifisch

Shared DB-Einstellungen

Unterstützung für komprimierte Speicherung

Migration

Erweiterungsfelder

Lokalisierung

  • $wgDisabledVariants – Deaktivierte Varianten bei der Sprachvariantenkonversion.
  • $wgDisableLangConversion – Whether to enable language variant conversion.
  • $wgDisableTitleConversion – Whether to enable language variant conversion for links.
  • $wgDummyLanguageCodes (veraltet in 1.29) – List of language codes that have been renamed to new (correct) codes, or don't correspond to an actual interface language.
  • $wgEditEncoding (entfernt in 1.28) – Characters not explicitly converted by output encoding
  • $wgExtraLanguageCodes – List of mappings from one language code to another
  • $wgForceUIMsgAsContentMsg – Array of UI messages that should be treated as content messages.
  • $wgInterwikiMagic – Treat language links as magic connectors, not inline links.
  • $wgLangObjCacheSize – Language cache size, or really how many languages can we handle simultaneously without degrading to crawl speed.
  • $wgLanguageCode – Sprach(kode) der Website.
  • $wgLegacyEncoding – Set this to the character set, which you used before you updated to MediaWiki 1.5 (eg 'ISO-8859-1'). MediaWiki will then perform a temporary character set conversion when loading old revisions, which are not marked with "utf-8" flag (revisions created with MediaWiki 1.4 and earlier).
  • $wgMsgCacheExpiry (entfernt in 1.34) – When a message in cache expires (in seconds).
  • $wgOverrideUcfirstCharacters (eingeführt in 1.34) – List of Unicode characters for which capitalization is overridden in Language::ucfirst.
  • $wgRawHtmlMessages (eingeführt in 1.32) – List of messages which might contain raw HTML.
  • $wgUseDatabaseMessages – Translation using MediaWiki: namespace.
  • $wgUserFallbackLanguages maximum number of fallback languages per user

Zeitzonen-Einstellungen

Sprachen-spezifisch

English
  • $wgAmericanDates – Use 'mdy' instead of 'dmy' as the default date format, e.g. 'May 12' instead of '12 May'.
Arabic/Hindi
  • $wgTranslateNumerals – For Hindi, Arabic, and other languages with their own numeral systems, use local numerals instead of Western style (0-9) numerals in some areas of the interface.

Fehlersuche / Protokollierung

See also: Manual:How to debug

Profiling

Seitenanpassung

Ajax

Benutzeroberfläche

ResourceLoader

See ResourceLoader for more information.

Namensräume

Ausgabe

The following setting is no longer used in supported versions of MediaWiki, but still exists for backward compatibility

Roboter-Richtlinien

Mobile Unterstützung

Richtlinie zur Inhaltssicherheit

  • $wgCSPHeader (eingeführt in 1.32) – Controls Content-Security-Policy header [Experimental]
  • $wgCSPReportOnlyHeader (eingeführt in 1.32) – Controls Content-Security-Policy-Report-Only header [Experimental]
  • $wgCSPFalsePositiveUrls – Controls what URLs to ignore in upcoming Content-Security-Policy feature's reporting.

ContentHandler

Seiten-Statistik

Skins

Kategorie

Cache

See: Interwiki for Interwiki cache settings.

Client-seitiges Caching

Datei-Cache

Settings for Server side file caching.

Nachrichten-Cache

Sidebar-Cache

Parser-Cache

Memcached-Einstellungen

Settings for configuring the Memcached memory-based object store (if you are using it) docs/memcached.txt has more details.

WAN-Cache

Interwiki

Interwiki-Cache

See interwiki cache for more information.

Zugang

Wiki locking, blocking/banning, and some other related settings.

See Manual:Preventing access for more methods and settings concerning access. See also Handbuch:Nutzerrechte for more information about $wgGroupPermissions, $wgAddGroups, $wgRemoveGroups, etc.

See User Access for User Access settings.

Ratenkontrolle

API

Wiki-Sperre

  • $wgReadOnly Disallows editing, displaying the string given as the reason.
  • $wgReadOnlyFile – If this file is found, the database is locked for the reason given in the contents of the file.
  • $wgReadOnlyWatchedItemStore – Set this to true to put the wiki watchlists into read-only mode.

Reduktion

Uploads

Uploads have to be specially set up to be secure.

Shared uploads

These settings are kept for backward compatibility, see $wgForeignFileRepos for the new setting, or $wgUseInstantCommons if you only need read access to images on Commons.

MIME types

Warnung Warnung: This is not a configuration setting, but a global state variable. It should be used solely by thumb.php!

See also: Manual:Mime type detection

Images

See also: Handbuch:Datei-Uploads konfigurieren

DjVu

EXIF

  • $wgShowEXIF – Show EXIF data at the end of file description pages.
  • $wgUpdateCompatibleMetadata – Whether to automatically update the img_metadata field if it is outdated but compatible with the current version.

ImageMagick

Set $wgUseImageMagick to true to use ImageMagick instead of the builtin functions.

SVG

Thumbnail settings

Antivirus

Parser

HTML

  • $wgRawHtml – Allow raw, unchecked HTML in <html>...</html> sections.

Tidy

Tidy is an open source tool that cleans up broken HTML. You can use this to ensure that broken HTML in articles doesn't affect the layout of your wiki. While Tidy itself is going to be replaced, the configuration settings can still be used for the replacements. Template:Update inline

  • $wgTidyConfig – Configuration of the HTML postprocessing tool to use for fixing invalid HTML code.
  • $wgDebugTidy (entfernt in 1.33) – Put tidy warnings in HTML comments, only works for internal tidy.
  • $wgTidyBin (entfernt in 1.33) – Should be set to the path of the tidy binary.
  • $wgTidyConf (entfernt in 1.33) – Should be set to the path of the tidy configuration file.
  • $wgTidyInternal (entfernt in 1.33) – Controls the use of the tidy extension to use an in-process tidy library instead of spawning a separate program.
  • $wgTidyOpts (entfernt in 1.33) – Options passed to tidy on the command line.
  • $wgUseTidy (entfernt in 1.33) – Use tidy to make sure HTML output is sane.
  • $wgValidateAllHtml (entfernt in 1.31) – Validate the overall output using tidy and refuse to display the page if it's not valid.
See also: Manual:Build Tidy from source .

Special pages

Recent changes

See also Help:Letzte Änderungen and $wgDefaultUserOptions

UDP updates

Send Recent changes updates via UDP. See: Manual:Simple IRC RC Bot

Users

Authentication

User Access

User agent

Cookies

Feed

  • $wgFeed – Toggle syndication feeds (RSS, Atom e.g. Recentchanges, Newpages) on and off.
  • $wgAdvertisedFeedTypes – Feed types that should be provided by default.
  • $wgFeedCacheTimeout – Minimum timeout for cached Recentchanges feed, in seconds.
  • $wgFeedClasses – Available feeds objects.
  • $wgFeedDiffCutoff – When generating Recentchanges RSS/Atom feed, diffs will not be generated for pages larger than this size.
  • $wgFeedLimit – Set maximum number of results to return in syndication feeds (RSS, Atom) for eg Recentchanges, Newpages.
  • $wgOverrideSiteFeed – Override the site's default rss/atom feed that appears on every page.

Copyright

Search

HTTP client

Jobs

Proxies

CDN / Squid

These settings configure MediaWiki when using a caching HTTP proxy server. They apply to caching using Varnish as well as Squid.

  • $wgEventRelayerConfig – Mapping of event channels (or channel categories) to EventRelayer configuration.
  • $wgInternalServer – Internal server name as known to Squid, if different than $wgServer .
  • $wgMaxSquidPurgeTitles (entfernt in 1.27) – Maximum number of titles to purge in any one client operation
  • $wgSquidPurgeUseHostHeader (veraltet in 1.33) – Whether to use a Host header in purge requests sent to the proxy servers configured in $wgSquidServers.
  • $wgSquidMaxage (entfernt in 1.35) – Cache timeout for the squid.
  • $wgCdnMaxAge (eingeführt in 1.34) – Cache TTL for the CDN sent as s-maxage (without ESI) or Surrogate-Control (with ESI).
  • $wgCdnMaxageLagged – Cache timeout for the CDN when DB replica lag is high
  • $wgCdnMaxageStale (eingeführt in 1.35) – Cache timeout in seconds when delivering a stale ParserCache response due to PoolCounter contention.
  • $wgCdnMaxageSubstitute – Cache timeout for the CDN when a response is known to be wrong or incomplete (due to load)
  • $wgCdnReboundPurgeDelay – Secondary delayed purges of URLs
  • $wgSquidServers (entfernt in 1.35) – An array of individual proxy servers to help MediaWiki detect if the request has been proxyed.
    But also to send back to the proxy PURGE commands on changes.
  • $wgCdnServers (eingeführt in 1.34) – An array of individual proxy servers to help MediaWiki detect if the request has been proxyed.
    But also to send back to the proxy PURGE commands on changes.
  • $wgSquidServersNoPurge (entfernt in 1.35) – Same as $wgSquidServers , except that MW has no methods to send HTTP PURGE to an origin part of the configured ranges
  • $wgCdnServersNoPurge (eingeführt in 1.34) – Same as $wgCdnServers , except that MW has no methods to send HTTP PURGE to an origin part of the configured ranges
  • $wgLoggedOutMaxAge (eingeführt in 1.35) – Cache TTL for the user agent sent as max-age, for logged out users.
  • $wgUseESI (veraltet in 1.33) – If you run Squid3 with ESI support, enable this.
  • $wgUseSquid (entfernt in 1.35) – Enable/disable Squid.
  • $wgUseCdn (eingeführt in 1.34) – Enable/disable page view caching.
  • $wgUseKeyHeader (entfernt in 1.34) – Send the Key HTTP header for better caching.
  • $wgUseXVO (entfernt in 1.27) – Send X-Vary-Options header for better caching (requires patched Squid).
  • $wgVaryOnXFP – Whether to add X-Forwarded-Proto to the Vary header for API requests and RSS/Atom feeds.

HTCP multicast purging

Extensions

Maintenance Scripts setting

Miscellaneous settings

See also