[mrtg] Re: cfg files
patrckb at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 20 22:42:30 MET 2000
And, one thing to remember is that global means "global."
This means that you cannot have one WorkDir: statement in one included file
and another WorkDir: statement pointing to another directory in another
included file. It won't work.
I set up a seperate file for my globals and called it global.inc then, at
the beginning of the main .cfg said:
Then I commented out all the global statements in all the included
Patrick Bartkus, CCNP Certified Sr. Network Support Analyst
Fleet Mortgage Group Columbia, SC
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>From: Rainer.Bawidamann at rz.uni-ulm.de (Rainer Bawidamann)
>To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
>Subject: [mrtg] Re: cfg files
>Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 16:17:44 +0100
>In article <004a01c052fb$464415f0$88010b0a at ihlas.net.tr>,
> johnattan at ihlas.net.tr ("johnattan c.p.") writes:
> > i know sth
> > about include command (i think you include all cfg files in one cfg
> > file and than run only one perl for all of them, is it right ??) but i
> > don't know how to use ????
>The syntax for include is:
> Include: /file/to/include.cfg
>You can repeat this line without limit. Create one file which has only
>Include-lines and run mrtg on this file.
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