[mrtg] Re: question on forks/includes

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Mon Jan 29 21:36:53 MET 2001

Daniel R. Kilbourne wrote:

> If I have a cfg that lists several other cfg's as includes, where do I put 
> the 'fork' statement? Do I put it in the cfg that lists the includes, or 
> the cfg is included?

I don't know if this is a MUST, but I did it as follows:
- Every target is in its own include file, only including per_target stuff
- Global stuff is in the mrtg.cfg file
- fork is in the global file and is the same as the number of includes

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