The drivers configuration allows you to determine how specific parts of the system should accomplish their desired task.
For example, the file system has multiple drivers available which allow you to decide where data in the file system should be stored, by default this is on disk but the drivers configuration makes it trivial to switch this behaviour to store files on an external service such as Amazon S3.
A driver is defined by providing the name of the add-on that should be used as the driver for a particular system.
There are a number of different areas of LexasCMS that can be configured using drivers, a list of these can be found below:
|Driver||Base value (default)||Description||Available values (Out of the box)|
|adminAuth||adminAuthDatabase||Admin user authentication.||
Below is a simple example of how you would configure the file system to store files on Amazon S3: