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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.

       XYMWEBREFRESH
              The  default  HTTP  page  reload interval for many xymongen and status pages.  Note
              that while this can be overridden in the header template files for  regular  pages,
              dynamically generated status logs displayed with svcstatus.cgi(1) use this value in
              the HTTP response header and for security reasons the value in  hostsvc_header  may
              be ignored on many modern browsers. (default [seconds]: 60)

       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,  .html,
              .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.

       GRAPHS_<COLUMNAME>
              List  of GRAPHs that should be displayed on the corresponding colmn page. Note this
              will override the default, so  to  add  multiple  graphs  you  should  include  the
              original one (e.g. GRAPHS_cpu="la,vmstat1").

              These are used together 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"

       FPINGOPTS
              Options  used for the fping(1) or xymonping(1) tool for the connectivity test. Note
              that xymonnet will still expect the output to match the default  format.   Default:
              "-Ae"

       TRACEROUTE

       TRACEROUTEOPTS
              Defines  the  location  of  the "traceroute" tool and any options needed to run it.
              traceroute is used by the connectivity test when the ping test fails; if  requested
              via  the  "trace"  tag,  the  TRACEROUTE command is executed to try to indicate the
              point in the network that is causing the problem. For backwards compatibility, with
              prior  versions, if TRACEROUTEOPTS is unset, TRACEROUTE is assumed to have whatever
              options are desired and no addl options are used.  Recommended defaults  are:   "-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 TRACEROUTEOPTS for mtr
              are "-c 2 -n --report" 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"

       NTPDATEOPTS
              Options used for the ntpdate(1) program.  Default: "-u -q -p 1"

       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.

       ACK_COOKIE_EXPIRATION
              The valid length of an acknowledgement cookie. You want to set this large enough so
              that  a  late-answered  acknowledgement  for  an alert is still processed properly.
              Default value: 86400

       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.html, subpages, critical.html).

       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)