Provided by: xymon_4.3.30-1build2_amd64 bug


       enadis.cgi - CGI program to enable/disable Xymon tests


       enadis.cgi (invoked via CGI from webserver)


       enadis.cgi  is  a  CGI tool for disabling and enabling hosts and tests monitored by Xymon.
       You can disable monitoring of a single test, all tests for a host,  or  multiple  hosts  -
       immediately or at a future point in time.

       enadis.cgi  runs  as  a  CGI program, invoked by your webserver.  It is normally run via a
       wrapper shell-script in the secured CGI directory for Xymon.

       enadis.cgi is the back-end script for  the  enable/disable  form  present  on  the  "info"
       status-pages.  It can also run in "stand-alone" mode, in which case it displays a web form
       allowing users to select what to enable or disable.


              Normally, enadis.cgi uses a cookie sent by the browser to initially filter the list
              of  hosts  presented.  If  this  is not desired, you can turn off this behaviour by
              calling acknowledge.cgi with the --no-cookies option. This would normally be placed
              in the CGI_ENADIS_OPTS setting in cgioptions.cfg(5)

              Load the environment from FILENAME before executing the CGI.

              Load  environment  variables  for  a  specific  area. NB: if used, this option must
              appear before any --env=FILENAME option.


              HTML template header


       When using alternate pagesets, hosts will only show up on the Enable/Disable page if  this
       is  accessed  from  the  primary  page  in which they are defined. So if you have hosts on
       multiple pages, they will only be visible for disabling from their main page which is  not
       what you would expect.