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zabbix_proxy - Zabbix proxy daemon
zabbix_proxy [-c config-file] zabbix_proxy [-c config-file] -R runtime-option zabbix_proxy -h zabbix_proxy -V
zabbix_proxy is a daemon that collects monitoring data from devices and sends it to Zabbix server.
-c, --config config-file Use the alternate config-file instead of the default one. -f, --foreground Run Zabbix proxy in foreground. -R, --runtime-control runtime-option Perform administrative functions according to runtime-option. Runtime control options config_cache_reload Reload configuration cache. Ignored if cache is being currently loaded. Active Zabbix proxy will connect to the Zabbix server and request configuration data. Default configuration file (unless -c option is specified) will be used to find PID file and signal will be sent to process, listed in PID file. housekeeper_execute Execute the housekeeper. Ignored if housekeeper is being currently executed. log_level_increase[=target] Increase log level, affects all processes if target is not specified log_level_decrease[=target] Decrease log level, affects all processes if target is not specified Log level control targets process-type All processes of specified type (configuration syncer, data sender, discoverer, heartbeat sender, history syncer, housekeeper, http poller, icmp pinger, ipmi manager, ipmi poller, java poller, poller, self-monitoring, snmp trapper, task manager, trapper, unreachable poller, vmware collector) process-type,N Process type and number (e.g., poller,3) pid Process identifier, up to 65535. For larger values specify target as "process-type,N" -h, --help Display this help and exit. -V, --version Output version information and exit.
/etc/zabbix/zabbix_proxy.conf Default location of Zabbix proxy configuration file (if not modified during compile time).
zabbix_agentd(8), zabbix_get(8), zabbix_sender(8), zabbix_server(8)
Alexei Vladishev <email@example.com>