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Manual Reference Pages  -  CRITICAL.CFG (5)

NAME

critical.cfg - Configuration of the showgraph CGI

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
File Permissions

SYNOPSIS

$XYMONHOME/etc/critical.cfg

DESCRIPTION

critical.cgi(1) uses the configuration file $XYMONHOME/etc/critical.cfg to determine which of the statuses currently in a red or yellow state should appear on the Critical Systems view.

This file should not be edited manually. It is maintained by the criticaleditor.cgi(1) utility via a web-based frontend.

FILE PERMISSIONS

Since the file is maintained by a web front-end tool, the userid running Web CGI scripts must have write-permission to the file. Typically, this means it must have a group-ownership matching your webserver userid, and group-write permissions (mode 664).

When editing the file with the web front-end, a backup file is created. Therefore the critical.cfg.bak file should have identical permissions.

SEE ALSO

criticalview.cgi(1), criticaleditor.cgi(1)

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Xymon CRITICAL.CFG (5) Version 4.3.26: 19 Feb 2016

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