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HOBBITCLIENT.CFG(5)						File Formats Manual					       HOBBITCLIENT.CFG(5)

hobbitclient.cfg - Xymon client environment variables DESCRIPTION
Xymon programs use multiple environment variables beside the normal set of variables. For the Xymon client, the environment definitions are stored in the ~xymon/client/etc/hobbitclient.cfg file. Each line in this file is of the form NAME=VALUE and defines one environment variable NAME with the value VALUE. SETTINGS
BBDISP The IP-address used to contact the Xymon server. Default: Chosen when the Xymon client was compiled. BBDISPLAYS List of IP-adresses of Xymon servers. Data will be sent to all of the servers listed here. This setting is only used if BBDISP= BBPORT The portnumber for used to contact the Xymon server. Default: 1984. BBHOME The Xymon client top-level directory. Default: The $HOBBITCLIENTHOME setting inherited from the "" script which starts the Xymon client. BBCLIENTLOGS The directory for the Xymon clients' own logfiles. Default: $BBHOME/logs BBTMP Directory used for temporary files. Default: $BBHOME/tmp/ BB Full path to the bb(1) client program. Default: $BBHOME/bin/bb. Commands Many extension scripts expect a series of environment variables to point at various system utilities. These are included in the file when the client is built. INHERITED SETTINGS
Some environment variables are inherited from the "" script which launches the Xymon client: MACHINEDOTS The hostname of the local system. Default: Taken from "uname -n". MACHINE The hostname of the local system, with dots replaced by commas. For compatibility with Big Brother extension scripts. BBOSTYPE The operating system of the local system, in lowercase. Default: taken from "uname -s". HOBBITCLIENTHOME The top-level directory for the Xymon client. Default: The location of the "" script. SEE ALSO
xymon(7) Xymon Version 4.2.3: 4 Feb 2009 HOBBITCLIENT.CFG(5)

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BB-SNAPSHOT.CGI(1)					      General Commands Manual						BB-SNAPSHOT.CGI(1)

bb-snapshot.cgi - CGI program to rebuild the Xymon webpages for a specific point in time. SYNOPSIS
bb-snapshot.cgi DESCRIPTION
bb-snapshot.cgi is invoked as a CGI script via the CGI wrapper. It rebuilds the Xymon web pages to the look they had at a particular point in time, based upon the historical information logged about events. bb-snapshot.cgi is passed a QUERY_STRING environment variable with the following parameters: mon (Start month of the snapshot) day (Start day-of-month of the snapshot) yr (Start year of the snapshot) hour (Start hour of the snapshot) min (Start minute of the snapshot) sec (Start second of the snapshot) The "month" parameters must be specified as the three-letter english month name abbreviation: Jan, Feb, Mar ... "day" must be in the range 1..31; "yr" must be specified including century (e.g. "2003"). "hour" must be specified using a 24-hour clock. All of the processing involved in generating the report is done by invoking bbgen(1) with the proper "--snapshot" option. OPTIONS
--env=FILENAME Load environment from FILENAME before executing the CGI. bbgen-options All options except "--env" are passed on to the bbgen(1) program building the snapshot files. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
BBGENSNAPOPTS bbgen options passed by default to the bb-snapshot.cgi script. This happens in the CGI wrapper script. BBHOME Home directory of the Xymon server files BBSNAP Directory where generated snapshots are stored. This directory must be writable by the userid executing the CGI script, typically "www", "apache" or "nobody". Default: $BBHOME/www/snap/ BBSNAPURL The URL prefix to use when accessing the reports via a browser. Default: $BBWEB/snap SEE ALSO
bbgen(1), bb-hosts(5), hobbitserver.cfg(5) Xymon Version 4.2.3: 4 Feb 2009 BB-SNAPSHOT.CGI(1)
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