[Xymon] [Patch] reducing size of /dev/shm/msg.<hostname> file

Sergey a_s_y at sama.ru
Sun Mar 31 14:27:20 CEST 2013

On Tuesday 05 of March 2013 13:22:54 cleaver at terabithia.org wrote:

> (If there's one specific host that's got a pathological value in there,
> you can hack xymonclient-${os}.sh manually to keep from gathering it,
> without affecting anything that doesn't depend on that raw data.)

What about include this patch ? It is not to change behavior by default
but it can enable to disable control of interfaces and routing table.

Text for environment config file:

# A host can contains a huge number of interfaces and
# they can be controled by another statistic system.
# Possible (case sensitive) values "NONE" or interface list
#IFACES="eth0 eth1"

# A host can contains a huge routing table (OSPF/BGP for example).
# So the ability to lock this statistics is needed.

Regards, Sergey
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