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Manual Reference Pages  -  SYSINFO.CONF (5)

NAME

/usr/local/etc/sysinfo.conf - sysinfo(8) configuration file

CONTENTS

Description
Examples
See Also
Authors

DESCRIPTION

The /usr/local/etc/sysinfo.conf file is used to overwrite the default behavior of the sysinfo(8) utility.

When sysinfo(8) is invoked, it loads the configuration from the /usr/local/etc/sysinfo.conf file and overwrites the default settings of the utility.

The following configuration options can be set in /usr/local/etc/sysinfo.conf:
PATH Sets the environment variable PATH to make sure that the required systems utilities will be found. If any of the systems utilities are located in a non-standard location, this variable should be set to include it.
APPDIR Defines a directory relative to all the other application files.
MODPATH Sets the path to the individual modules.
ALLMODS List of all available modules. To add a new module to the sysinfo(8), it is required to add it to this variable in order to make it functional. Note that the module itself also has to be executable.
COLORS Set this to "YES" if the output generated by sysinfo(8) should be colorful. Otherwise set it to "NO".
INFO_MSGS
  If the generated output may contain an additional information, such as configuration hints and references to useful manual pages, set this to "YES", otherwise set it to "NO".
DEBUG The sysinfo(8) utility will generate debugging messages if this variable is set to "YES". These messages may be useful while working on new modules or enhancing existing ones. If set to "NO", no debugging information will be included in the generated output.
VERBOSE This variable sets the default value of the verbose level. The sysinfo(8) utility currently supports two levels of verbose level, i.e 0 and 1.

EXAMPLES

The following are the default values of /usr/local/etc/sysinfo.conf file.
PATH=/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:${PATH}
APPDIR=/usr/local/share/sysinfo
MODPATH=${APPDIR}/modules
ALLMODS="system bios cpu mem os storage network user packages services misc"
COLORS="YES"
INFO_MSGS="YES"
DEBUG="NO"
VERBOSE=0

SEE ALSO

sysinfo(8)

AUTHORS

The sysinfo(8) utility and this manual page were written by
.An Daniel Gerzo Aq danger@FreeBSD.org .
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