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INDEXMAKER(1)				       mrtg				    INDEXMAKER(1)

       indexmaker - Creates index files for mrtg web sites (mrtg-2.9.17)

       indexmaker [options] regexp mrtg.cfg [other.cfg ...]

	--output=filename   set output filename (default: stdout)

	--filter title=~regexp	select targets by matching regexp against titles
	--filter pagetop=~regexp  select targets by matching regexp against pagetop
	--filter name=~regexp  select targets by matchin regexp against name

	--title=text	    set title of generated index file
	--bodyopt=text	    set body tag options
	--pagetop=text	    insert this text between <BODY> and <H1>...</H1>

	--columns=number    show graphs in a table with x columns (default: 2)

	--sort=title	    sort graphs by title
	--sort=name	    sort graphs by their name
	--sort=descr	    sort graphs by their description
	--sort=original     leave as is (default)

	--enumerate	    add a sequence number to the title of each graph

	--width=number	    set width of graphs (default: not set)

	--show=day	    pick which graph to show in the index (default)

	--section=h1	    h1 tag from pagetop as section heading (default)
	--section=title     title as section headings for graphs
	--section=name	    graph name as section heading
	--section=descr     graph description as section heading
	--section=portname  port name entry in pagetop as section heading

	--rrdviewer=path    path to rrdviewer (default: /cgi-bin/14all.cgi)
	--prefix=path	    path from the location of the index.html to the graphs

       Indexmaker can create web pages which display the status of an array of mrtg interface
       status pages.

       --output filename
	   set output filename (default: stdout)

       --filter (title|pagetop|name)(=~|!~)regexp
	   Several filters may get set.  Each filter can match agains the contents of a specific
	   section of the mrtg config file. Name refers to the bit in square brackets
	   (option[name]: bla).

	   Depending on the match operator chosen (=~ or !~) the match will be positive or nega-

	   Note that some shells consider ! a special character.  It may be necessary to type \!~

       --title text
	   Set title of generated index file (default: regexp)

       --bodyopt text
	   The value of this argument gets appended to the <BODY> tag. This allows to set docu-
	   ment colors.  By default this option is set to

	    bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000" link="#000000" vlink="#000000" alink="#000000"

       --columns number
	   Display graphs in a table with number columns (default: 2)

       --sort title|name|descr|original
	   Sort the graphs in the page either by title, by name, by interface description, or
	   leave them as is.

	   Add a sequence number to the title of each graph

       --width number
	   Set width of graphs

       --height number
	   Set the height of the graphs

       --show day|week|month|year|none
	   Select which graph to show in the index page. You can supress images completely with

       --section h1|title|name|description|portname
	   Select what to use as the title for each graph in the page.	h1 is the H1 section from
	   pagetop, title is the graph title, name is the bit in square brackets (option[name]:
	   bla), and descr or description is the text from the Description field of the PageTop
	   (the Cisco description text if it's available, otherwise just the interface descrip-
	   tion). portname is the "Port Name:" from pagetop.

       --rrdviewer path
	   If you have set the LogFormat: rrdtool property in the mrtg.cfg file, the index will
	   take this into account. The only thing you must tell it is the path to your grapher
	   cgi. (default: /cgi-bin/14all.cgi)

       --prefix path
	   By  default we assume    that  the file generated by indexmaker is stored in WorkDir.
	   If you want to  store it somewhere	else, specify how to reach WorkDir  from  the
	   place where the Index is stored. Note that you have to use '/' as path separator as
	   this will be used in urls. Speaking of which, you can even enter a whole url.

       Tobias Oetiker <tobi@oetiker.ch>

       GNU General Public License

       2000-2001 Tobias Oetiker <tobi@oetiker.ch>

3rd Berkeley Distribution		      2.9.17				    INDEXMAKER(1)

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