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Manual Reference Pages  -  ISTAT.CONF (5)

NAME

istat.conf - configuration file for istatd

CONTENTS

Options
See Also

OPTIONS

network_addr Address to bind (default: 0.0.0.0)
network_port Port to bind (default: 5109)
server_code Lock code needed when connecting to the server for the first time. (default: 00000)
server_socket
  Location of the unix socket. (default: /tmp/istatd.sock)
server_pid Location of the pid. (default: /var/run/istat/istatd.pid)
server_user User to switch to when entering daemon mode. It’s not recommended to use high privilaged users like root due to security reasons. Defaults to root if the user doesn’t exist. (default: istat)
server_group Group to switch to when entering daemon mode. Defaults to root if the group doesn’t exist. (default: istat)
cache_dir Where to store cache files with information like authorized clients. (default: /var/cache/istat)
monitor_net Network interface to monitor. (default: eth0)
monitor_disk Can contain search path to device or mount point. When specifying more than one disk, use paranteses around the list:

monitor_disk /dev/sda1

monitor_disk ( /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 )

disk_mount_path_label
  Set to 1 if you want to use mount path as label instead of the device name.
disk_filesystem_label
  Set to 1 if you want to probe the filesystem for disk label, will override the mount path and device name.
disk_rename_label
  Set custom disk label. Will override all other labels. You can use either the device name or mount path:

disk_rename_label /dev/sda1 "root"

disk_rename_label /home "home"

SEE ALSO

istatd(1)
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