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NAME

       xymonserver.cfg - Xymon environment variables

DESCRIPTION

       Xymon programs use multiple environment variables beside the normal set
       of  variables.   The  environment  definitions  are   stored   in   the
       ~Xymon/server/etc/xymonserver.cfg  file.   Each line in this file is of
       the form NAME=VALUE and defines one environment variable NAME with  the
       value VALUE.

       You  can  also  append  data  to  existing  variables, using the syntax
       NAME+=VALUE. VALUE is then appended to the existing value of  the  NAME
       variable.  If NAME has not been defined, then this acts as if it were a
       normal definition.

ENVIRONMENT AREAS

       In some cases it  may  be  useful  to  have  different  values  for  an
       environment  variable,  depending on where it is used. This is possible
       by defining variables with an associated "area". Such definitions  have
       the form AREA/NAME=VALUE.

       E.g.  to  define  a special setup of the XYMSERVERS variable when it is
       used by an application in the "management" area, you would do this:

                XYMSERVERS="127.0.0.1"            # Default definition
                management/XYMSERVERS="10.1.0.5"  # Definition in the "management" area

       Areas are invoked by using the "--area" option for all  tools,  or  via
       the ENVAREA setting in the tasks.cfg(5) file.

GENERAL SETTINGS

       XYMONSERVERHOSTNAME
              The  fully-qualified  hostname  of  the  server  that is running
              Xymon.

       XYMONSERVERWWWNAME
              The hostname used to access this  servers'  web-pages,  used  to
              construct   URL's   in   the  Xymon  webpages.  Default  is  the
              XYMONSERVERHOSTNAME.

       XYMONSERVERIP
              The public IP-address of the server that is running Xymon.

       XYMONSERVEROS
              A name identifying the operating system of the Xymon server. The
              known names are currently "linux", "freebsd", "solaris", "hpux",
              "aix" and "osf".

       FQDN   If  set  to  TRUE,  Xymon  will  use  fully-qualified  hostnames
              throughout.   If  set  to FALSE, hostnames are stripped of their
              domain-part before being processed.  It  is  highly  recommended
              that you keep this set to TRUE. Default: TRUE.

       XYMONLOGSTATUS
              Controls how the HTML page for a status log is generated. If set
              to DYNAMIC,  the  HTML  logs  are  generated  on-demand  by  the
              svcstatus.cgi(1) script. If set to STATIC, you must activate the
              xymond_filestore(8) module (through an entry in the tasks.cfg(5)
              file) to create and store the HTML logs whenever a status update
              is  received.  Setting  "XYMONLOGSTATUS=STATIC"  is  discouraged
              since   the   I/O   load  on  the  Xymon  server  will  increase
              significantly.

       PINGCOLUMN
              Defines the name of the column for "ping" test status. The  data
              from  the "ping" test is used internally by Xymon, so it must be
              defined here so all of the Xymon  tools  know  which  column  to
              watch for this data. The default setting is PINGCOLUMN=conn.

       INFOCOLUMN
              Defines the name of the column for the "info" pages.

       TRENDSCOLUMN
              Defines the name of the column for the RRD graph pages.

       RRDHEIGHT
              The  default  height  (in  pixels)  of  the  RRD  graph  images.
              Default: 120 pixels.

       RRDWIDTH
              The default width (in pixels) of the RRD graph images.  Default:
              576 pixels.

       RRDGRAPHOPTS
              Extra  options  for  the  RRD  graph  command.  These are passed
              directly to the "rrdgraph" command used to generate graphs,  see
              the rrdgraph(1) man-page for details of the options.

       TRENDSECONDS
              The  graphs  on  the  "trends"  page  show  data  for  the  past
              TRENDSECONDS seconds. Default: 172800 seconds, i.e. 48 hours.

       HTMLCONTENTTYPE
              The Content-type reported by the CGI scripts that  generate  web
              pages.   By  default,  this  it "text/html". If you have on-line
              help texts in character sets other than the ISO-8859-1  (western
              european)  character  set, it may be necessary to modify this to
              include a character set.  E.g.
                 HTMLCONTENTTYPE="text/html; charset=euc-jp"
              for a  Japanese  character  sets.  Note:  Some  webservers  will
              automatically add this, if configured to do so.

       HOLIDAYS
              Defines  the  default  set  of  holidays  used  if  there  is no
              "holidays" tag for a host in the hosts.cfg  file.  Holiday  sets
              are  defined  in  the holidays.cfg(5) file. If not defined, only
              the default holidays (those defined outside a named holiday set)
              will be considered as holidays.

       WEEKSTART
              Defines  which  day is the first day of the week. Set to "0" for
              Sunday, "1" for Monday. Default: 1 (Monday).

       XYMONBODYHEADER
              Text that is included in the Xymon web  pages  at  the  location
              specified  by  ~xymon/server/web/*_header  templates. If this is
              set to a value beginning with "file:", then the contents of  the
              specified        file        is        included.        Default:
              "file:$XYMONHOME/etc/xymonmenu.cfg"

       XYMONBODYFOOTER
              Text that is included in the Xymon web  pages  at  the  location
              specified  by  ~xymon/server/web/*_footer  templates. If this is
              set to a value beginning with "file:", then the contents of  the
              specified file is included. Default: Empty.

       XYMONBODYMENUCSS
              URL     for     the    Xymon    menu    CSS    file.    Default:
              "$XYMONMENUSKIN/xymonmenu.css"

       HOSTPOPUP
              Determines what is used as the host comment on the webpages. The
              comment  by  default  appears  as a pop-up when the mouse hovers
              over the hostname, and is also shown on the "info" status  page.
              This  setting  must be one or more of the letters "C" (COMMENT),
              "D" (DESCRIPTION) or "I" (IP-address).  Including "C"  uses  the
              COMMENT  setting  for  the  host,  including  "D" uses the DESCR
              setting for the host, and "I" uses the IP-address of  the  host.
              If  more than one of these is set, then COMMENT takes precedence
              over DESCR which again has precence over IP.   Note  that  DESCR
              and  IP  only appear in pop-up windows (if enabled), whereas the
              COMMENT is always used - if pop-up's have  been  disabled,  then
              the  COMMENT  value  is  displayed  next  to the hostname on the
              webpages.  Default: CDI

       STATUSLIFETIME
              The number of minutes that a status is considered valid after an
              update.   After  this  time  elapses, the status will go purple.
              Default: 30 minutes

DIRECTORIES

       XYMONSERVERROOT
              The top-level directory for the Xymon installation. The  default
              is the home-directory for the user running Xymon.

       XYMONSERVERLOGS
              The  directory for the Xymon's own logfiles (NOT the status-logs
              from the monitored hosts).

       XYMONHOME
              The Xymon server directory, where  programs  and  configurations
              are kept.  Default: $XYMONSERVERROOT/server/ .

       XYMONTMP
              Directory used for temporary files. Default: $XYMONHOME/tmp/

       XYMONWWWDIR
              Directory for Xymon webfiles. The $XYMONWEB URL must map to this
              directory.  Default: $XYMONHOME/www/

       XYMONNOTESDIR
              Directory for Xymon notes-files. The  $XYMONNOTESSKIN  URL  must
              map to this directory.  Default: $XYMONHOME/www/notes/

       XYMONREPDIR
              Directory  for  Xymon availability reports. The $XYMONREPURL URL
              must map to this directory.  Note also that your webserver  must
              have  write-access  to  this  directory,  if you want to use the
              report.cgi(1) CGI script to generate reports on-demand. Default:
              $XYMONHOME/www/rep/

       XYMONSNAPDIR
              Directory for Xymon snapshots. The $XYMONSNAPURL URL must map to
              this directory.  Note also that your webserver must have  write-
              access to this directory, if you want to use the snapshot.cgi(1)
              CGI   script   to   generate   snapshots   on-demand.   Default:
              $XYMONHOME/www/snap/

       XYMONVAR
              Directory  for  all  data  stored  about  the  monitored  items.
              Default: $XYMONSERVERROOT/data/

       XYMONRAWSTATUSDIR
              Directory for storing  the  raw  status-logs.  Not  used  unless
              "xymond_filestore  --status"  is  running,  which is discouraged
              since it increases the load on the Xymon  server  significantly.
              Default: $XYMONVAR/logs/

       XYMONHTMLSTATUSDIR
              Directory   for   storing  HTML  status-logs.  Not  used  unless
              "xymond_filestore  --status  --html"  is   running,   which   is
              discouraged  since  it  increases  the  load on the Xymon server
              significantly.  Default: $XYMONHOME/www/html/

       XYMONHISTDIR
              Directory for storing the history of monitored items.   Default:
              $XYMONVAR/hist/

       XYMONHISTLOGS
              Directory  for  storing  the  detailed  status-log of historical
              events.  Default: $XYMONVAR/histlogs/

       XYMONACKDIR
              Directory for storing information about alerts  that  have  been
              acknowledged.  Default: $XYMONVAR/acks/

       XYMONDISABLEDDIR
              Directory  for  storing  information  about tests that have been
              disabled.  Default: $XYMONVAR/disabled/

       XYMONDATADIR
              Directory  for  storing  incoming  "data"  messages.    Default:
              $XYMONVAR/data/

       XYMONRRDS
              Top-level  directory  for  storing RRD files (the databases with
              trend-information   used   to   generate   graphs).     Default:
              $XYMONVAR/rrd/

       CLIENTLOGS
              Directory for storing the data sent by a Xymon client around the
              time a status changes to a warning (yellow)  or  critical  (red)
              state.    Used   by  the  xymond_hostdata(8)  module.   Default:
              $XYMONVAR/hostdata/

       XYMONCGILOGDIR
              Directory where debug output from CGI applications  are  stored.
              If  not  specified, it defaults to $XYMONSERVERLOGS, but this is
              often a directory that is not writable by the userid running the
              CGI   applications.  It  is  therefore  recommended  when  using
              "--debug"  on  CGI  applications  that  you  create  a  separate
              directory  owned  by  the user running your webserver, and point
              XYMONCGILOGDIR to this directory.

SYSTEM FILES

       HOSTSCFG
              Full path to the Xymon hosts.cfg(5) configuration file. Default:
              $XYMONHOME/etc/hosts.cfg.

       XYMON  Full   path   to   the   xymon(1)   client   program.   Default:
              $XYMONHOME/bin/xymon.

       XYMONGEN
              Full path to the xymongen(1) webpage generator program. Default:
              $XYMONHOME/bin/xymongen.

URLS

       XYMONSERVERWWWURL
              The  root URL for the Xymon webpages, without the hostname. This
              URL must be  mapped  to  the  ~/server/www/  directory  in  your
              webserver  configuration. See the sample Apache configuration in
              ~/server/etc/xymon-apache.conf.

       XYMONSERVERCGIURL
              The root URL for the Xymon CGI-scripts,  without  the  hostname.
              This  directory  must  be  mapped to the ~/cgi-bin/ directory in
              your webserver configuration, and must  be  flagged  as  holding
              executable  scripts.  See  the  sample  Apache  configuration in
              ~/server/etc/xymon-apache.conf.

       XYMONWEBHOST
              Initial part of the Xymon URL, including just the  protocol  and
              the hostname, e.g. "http://www.foo.com"

       XYMONWEBHOSTURL
              Prefix   for   all   of   the   static   Xymon   webpages,  e.g.
              "http://www.foo.com/xymon"

       XYMONWEBHTMLLOGS
              URL prefix  for  the  static  HTML  status-logs  generated  when
              XYMONLOGSTATUS=STATIC.  Note that this setting is discouraged so
              this setting should not be used.

       XYMONWEB
              URL prefix  (without  hostname)  of  the  Xymon  webpages.  E.g.
              "/xymon".

       XYMONSKIN
              URL  prefix  (without  hostname)  of  the  Xymon  graphics. E.g.
              "/xymon/gifs".

       XYMONHELPSKIN
              URL prefix (without hostname) of the Xymon on-line  help  files.
              E.g "/xymon/help".

       XYMONMENUSKIN
              URL  prefix  (without  hostname)  of  the  Xymon menu files. E.g
              "/xymon/menu".

       XYMONNOTESSKIN
              URL prefix (without hostname) of the Xymon on-line notes  files.
              E.g "/xymon/notes".

       XYMONREPURL
              URL prefix (without hostname) of the Xymon availability reports.
              E.g. "/xymon/rep".

       XYMONSNAPURL
              URL prefix (without  hostname)  of  the  Xymon  snapshots.  E.g.
              "/xymon/snap".

       XYMONWAP
              URL  prefix  (without hostname) of the Xymon WAP/WML files. E.g.
              "/xymon/wml".

       CGIBINURL
              URL prefix (without hostname) of the Xymon CGI-scripts. Default:
              $XYMONSERVERCGIURL .

       COLUMNDOCURL
              Format  string  used  to build a link to the documentation for a
              column heading.   Default:  "$CGIBINURL/columndoc.sh?%s",  which
              causes  links  to  use  the columndoc.sh(1) script to document a
              column.

       HOSTDOCURL
              Format string used to build a link to the  documentation  for  a
              host.   If  not  set,  then  Xymon  falls  back  to scanning the
              XYMONNOTES directory for files matching  the  hostname,  or  the
              hostname together with a common filename extension (.php, .php,
              .doc and so on). If set, this string becomes a formatting string
              for the documentation URL. E.g. for the host "myhost", a setting
              of   HOSTDOCURL="/docs/%s.php"   will   generate   a   link   to
              "/docs/myhost.php".   Default:  Not  set,  so host documentation
              will be retrieved from the XYMONNOTES directory.

SETTINGS FOR SENDING MESSAGES TO XYMON

       XYMSRV The IP-address used to contact the xymond(8)  service.  Used  by
              clients  and  the  tools  that  perform network tests.  Default:
              $XYMONSERVERIP

       XYMSERVERS
              List of IP-addresses. Clients and network test tools will try to
              send  status  reports to a Xymon server running on each of these
              addresses. This setting is only used if XYMSRV=0.0.0.0.

       XYMONDPORT
              The portnumber for used to contact the xymond(8)  service.  Used
              by  clients  and the tools that perform network tests.  Default:
              1984.

       MAXMSGSPERCOMBO
              The maximum number of status messages to combine into one  combo
              message.  Default: 100.

       SLEEPBETWEENMSGS
              Length   of   a   pause   introduced   between  each  successive
              transmission of a combo-message by  xymonnet,  in  microseconds.
              Default: 0 (send messages as quickly as possible).

XYMOND SETTINGS

       ALERTCOLORS
              Comma-separated  list  of  the colors that may trigger an alert-
              message.  The default is "red,yellow,purple". Note  that  alerts
              may further be generated or suppresed based on the configuration
              in the alerts.cfg(5) file.

       OKCOLORS
              Comma-separated list of the colors that may trigger a  recovery-
              message.  The default is "green,clear,blue".

       ALERTREPEAT
              How  often  alerts  get  repeated  while a status is in an alert
              state.  This is the default setting, which may be changed in the
              alerts.cfg(5) file.

       MAXMSG_STATUS
              The  maximum  size  of  a  "status" message in kB, default: 256.
              Status messages are the ones that end up as columns on  the  web
              display.  The default size should be adequate in most cases, but
              some extension scripts can generate very large status messages -
              close  to  1024  kB.  You  should  only  change  this if you see
              messages in the xymond log  file  about  status  messages  being
              truncated.

       MAXMSG_CLIENT
              The  maximum  size  of  a  "client" message in kB, default: 512.
              "client" messages are generated by the Xymon client,  and  often
              include  large  process-listings. You should only change this if
              you see messages in the xymond log file  about  client  messages
              being truncated.

       MAXMSG_DATA
              The  maximum  size  of  a  "data"  message  in kB, default: 256.
              "data" messages are typically used for client  reports  of  e.g.
              netstat  or  vmstat data. You should only change this setting if
              you see messages in the xymond  log  file  about  data  messages
              being truncated.

       MAXMSG_NOTES
              The  maximum  size  of  a  "notes"  message in kB, default: 256.
              "notes" messages provide a way for uploading documentation about
              a  host  to  Xymon; it is not enabled by default. If you want to
              upload large documents, you may need to change this setting.

       MAXMSG_STACHG
              The maximum size of a "status change" message  in  kB,  default:
              Current  value  of  the  MAXMSG_STATUS  setting.   Status-change
              messages occur when a status changes color. There is  no  reason
              to change this setting.

       MAXMSG_PAGE
              The  maximum  size  of  a "page" message in kB, default: Current
              value of the MAXMSG_STATUS setting. "page" messages are  alerts,
              and include the status message that triggers the alert. There is
              no reason to change this setting.

       MAXMSG_ENADIS
              The maximum size of an "enadis"  message  in  kB,  default:  32.
              "enadis"  are  small  messages  used  when enabling or disabling
              hosts and tests, so the default size should be adequate.

       MAXMSG_CLICHG
              The maximum size of a "client change" message  in  kB,  default:
              Current  value  of  the  MAXMSG_CLIENT  setting.   Client-change
              messages occur when a status changes color to one of the  alert-
              colors,  usually  red,  yellow and purple. There is no reason to
              change this setting.

       MAXMSG_USER
              The maximum size of  a  "user"  message  in  kB,  default:  128.
              "user"  messages  are  for  communication  between  custom Xymon
              modules you have installed, it is not used directly by Xymon.

XYMOND_HISTORY SETTINGS

       XYMONALLHISTLOG
              If   set   to   TRUE,   xymond_history(8)   will   update    the
              $XYMONHISTDIR/allevents  file  logging  all changes to a status.
              The allevents file is used by the eventlog.cgi(1) tool  to  show
              the list of recent events on the "All non-green" webpage.

       XYMONHOSTHISTLOG
              If  set to TRUE, xymond_history(8) will update the host-specific
              eventlog that keeps record of all status  changes  for  a  host.
              This logfile is not used by any Xymon tool.

       SAVESTATUSLOG
              If  set to TRUE, xymond_history(8) will save historical detailed
              status-logs to the $XYMONHISTLOGS directory.

XYMOND_ALERT SETTINGS

       MAIL   Command used to send alerts via e-mail, including  a  "Subject:"
              header in the mail. Default: "mail -s"

       MAILC  Command  used  to send alerts via e-mail in a form that does not
              have a "Subject" in the mail. Default: "mail"

       SVCCODES
              Maps status-columns to numeric service-codes. The numeric  codes
              are used when sending an alert using a script, where the numeric
              code of the service is provided in the BBSVCNUM variable.

XYMOND_RRD SETTINGS

       TEST2RRD
              List of "COLUMNNAME[=RRDSERVICE]" settings,  that  define  which
              status-  and  data-messages  have a corresponding RRD graph. You
              will normally not need to modify this, unless you have  added  a
              custom  TCP-based  test  to  the protocols.cfg file, and want to
              collect data about the response-time, OR if you  are  using  the
              xymond_rrd(8)  external  script  mechanism  to collect data from
              custom tests.  Note: All TCP tests are automatically added.

              This is also used by the svcstatus.cgi(1) script to determine if
              the detailed status view of a test should include a graph.

       GRAPHS List  of  the  RRD databases, that should be shown as a graph on
              the "trends" column.

       NORRDDISKS
              This is used to disable the tracking of certain filesystems.  By
              default  all  filesystems  reported  by a client are tracked. In
              some cases you may want to disable this for certain filesystems,
              e.g. database filesystems since they are always completely full.
              This setting is a regular expression that is matched against the
              filesystem  name  (the  Unix  mount-point,  or the Windows disk-
              letter) - if the filesystem name matches this  expression,  then
              it will not be tracked by Xymon.
              Note:  Setting this does not affect filesystems that are already
              being tracked by Xymon - to remove them, you must remove the RRD
              files     for     the     unwanted    filesystems    from    the
              ~xymon/data/rrd/HOSTNAME/ directory.

       RRDDISKS
              This is used to enable tracking  of  only  selected  filesystems
              (see  the  NORRDDISKS setting above). By default all filesystems
              are being tracked, setting this changes  that  default  so  that
              only those filesystems that match this pattern will be tracked.

XYMONNET NETWORK TEST SETTINGS

       XYMONNETWORK
              If  this variable is defined, then only the hosts that have been
              tagged with "NET:$XYMONNETWORK" will be tested by  the  xymonnet
              tool.

       CONNTEST
              If set to TRUE, the connectivity (ping) test will be performed.

       IPTEST_2_CLEAR_ON_FAILED_CONN
              If set to TRUE, then failing network tests go CLEAR if the conn-
              test fails.

       NONETPAGE
              List of network services (separated with <space>) that should go
              yellow upon failure instead of red.

       XYMONROUTERTEXT
              When  using the "router" or "depends" tags for a host, a failure
              status will include text that an "Intermediate router is  down".
              With  todays network topologies, the router could be a switch or
              another network device; if you define this environment  variable
              the  word  "router"  will be replaced with whatever you put into
              the variable. So to inform the users that an intermediate switch
              or router is down, use XYMONROUTERTEXT="switch or router".  This
              can   also   be   set   on   a   per-host   basis   using    the
              "DESCR:hosttype:description" tag in the hosts.cfg(5) file.

       NETFAILTEXT
              When   a   network   test  fails,  the  status  message  reports
              "SERVICENAME not OK". The "not OK" message can  be  changed  via
              this  variable, e.g.  you can change it to "FAILED" or customize
              it as you like.

       FPING  The  command  used  to  run  the  xymonping(1)  tool   for   the
              connectivity  test.  (The name FPING is due to the fact that the
              "fping" utility was used until  Xymon  version  4.2).  This  may
              include  suid-root  wrappers  and  xymonping  options.  Default:
              "xymonping"

       TRACEROUTE
              Defines the location of the "traceroute" tool  and  any  options
              needed  to  run  it. traceroute it used by the connectivity test
              when the ping test fails; if requested via the "trace" tag,  the
              TRACEROUTE  command is executed to try to determine the point in
              the network that is causing the problem. By default the  command
              executed is "traceroute -n -q 2 -w 2 -m 15" (no DNS lookup, max.
              2 probes, wait 2 seconds per hop, max 15 hops).

              If  you  have  the  mtr(8)  tool  installed  -  available   from
              http://www.bitwizard.nl/mtr/  -  I strongly recommend using this
              instead. The recommended setting for mtr is "/usr/sbin/mtr -c  2
              -n --report" (the exact path to the mtr utility may be different
              on your system).  Note that mtr needs to be installed  suid-root
              on most systems.

       NTPDATE
              Defines   the  ntpdate(1)  program  used  for  the  "ntp"  test.
              Default: "ntpdate"

       RPCINFO
              Defines the rpcinfo(8) program used for "rpc"  tests.   Default:
              "rpcinfo"

XYMONGEN WEBPAGE GENERATOR SETTINGS

       XYMONLOGO
              HTML  code that is inserted on all standard headers. The default
              is to add the text "Xymon" in the upper-left corner of the page,
              but you can easily replace this with e.g. a company logo. If you
              do, I suggest that you keep it at about 30-35 pixels  high,  and
              100-150 pixels wide.

       XYMONPAGELOCAL
              The  string "Pages hosted locally" that appears above all of the
              pages linked from the main Xymon webpage.

       XYMONPAGESUBLOCAL
              The string "Subpages hosted locally" that appears above  all  of
              the sub-pages linked from pages below the main Xymon webpage.

       XYMONPAGEREMOTE
              The  string  "Remote  status  display"  that  appears  about the
              summary statuses displayed on the min Xymon webpage.

       XYMONPAGETITLE
              HTML tags designed to go in a <FONT> tag, to choose the font for
              titles of the webpages.

       XYMONPAGEROWFONT
              HTML tags designed to go in a <FONT> tag, to choose the font for
              row headings (hostnames) on the webpages.

       XYMONPAGECOLFONT
              HTML tags designed to go in a <FONT> tag, to chose the font  for
              column headings (test names) on the webpages.

       XYMONPAGEACKFONT
              HTML  tags designed to go in a <FONT> tag, to chose the font for
              the acknowledgement text displayed on the status-log  HTML  page
              for an acknowledged status.

       ACKUNTILMSG
              When  displaying  the  detailed  status of an acknowledged test,
              Xymon will include the time that the acknowledge  expires  using
              the  print-format  defined  in  this setting. You can define the
              timeformat  using  the  controls  in  your  systems  strftime(3)
              routine, and add the text suitable for your setup.

       XYMONDATEFORMAT
              On  webpages  generated by xymongen, the default header includes
              the current date and time. Normally this looks like "Tue Aug  24
              21:59:47  2004". The XYMONDATEFORMAT controls the format of this
              timestamp - you can define the format using the controls in  the
              strftime(3)  routine.  E.g.  to  have  it show up as "2004-08-24
              21:59:47 +0200" you would set XYMONDATEFORMAT="%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S
              %z"

       HOLIDAYFORMAT
              How  holiday  dates  are displayed. The default is "%d/%m" which
              show the day and month. American users may want to  change  this
              to "%m/%d" to suit their preferred date-display style. This is a
              formatting string for the system  strftime(3)  routine,  so  any
              controls available for this routine may be used.

       XYMONPAGECOLREPEAT
              Inspired  by  Jeff  Stoner's  col_repeat_patch.tgz  patch,  this
              defines the maximum number of rows before repeating  the  column
              headings  on  a  webpage.  This  sets  the default value for the
              xymongen(1) "--maxrows" option; if the  command-line  option  is
              also  specified,  then  it  overrides this environment variable.
              Note that unlike Jeff's patch, xymongen implements this for both
              the  "All  non-green"  page  and  all  other  pages (xymon.php,
              subpages, critical.php).

       SUMMARY_SET_BKG
              If set to TRUE, then summaries will affect the color of the main
              Xymon webpage. Default: FALSE.

       DOTHEIGHT
              The  height  (in  pixels)  of  the  icons showing the color of a
              status.  Default: 16, which matches the default icons.

       DOTWIDTH
              The width (in pixels) of  the  icons  showing  the  color  of  a
              status.  Default: 16, which matches the default icons.

       CLIENTSVCS
              List of the status logs fed by data from the Xymon client. These
              status logs will - if there are Xymon client data available  for
              the  host  -  include a link to the raw data sent by the client.
              Default: cpu,disk,memory,procs,svcs.

       XYMONRSSTITLE
              If defined, this is the title of the RSS/RDF documents generated
              when xymongen(1) is invoked with the "--rss" option. The default
              value is "Xymon Alerts".

       WMLMAXCHARS
              Maximum size of a WAP/WML output "card" when  generating  these.
              Default: 1500.

       XYMONNONGREENEXT
              List  of  scripts  to  run  as extensions to the "All non-green"
              page. Note that two scripts, "eventlog.sh" and  "acklog.sh"  are
              handled  specially: They are handled internally by xymongen, but
              the script names must  be  listed  in  this  variable  for  this
              function to be enabled.

       XYMONHISTEXT
              List of scripts to run as extensions to a history page.

       XYMONREPWARN
              Default  threshold  for  listing  the availability as "critical"
              (red) when generating the availability report. This can  be  set
              on  a  per-host  basis with the WARNPCT setting in hosts.cfg(5).
              Default: 97 (percent)

       XYMONGENREPOPTS
              Default xymongen options used for reports. This  will  typically
              include   such   options   as   "--subpagecolumns",   and   also
              "--ignorecolumns" if you wish  to  exclude  certain  tests  from
              reports by default.

       XYMONGENSNAPOPTS
              Default  xymongen  options  used  by  snapshots.  This should be
              identical to the options you normally used when  building  Xymon
              webpages.

FILES

       ~xymon/server/etc/xymonserver.cfg

SEE ALSO

       xymon(7)



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