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|Author:||pgus [ Mon Jul 11, 2005 8:28 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Sub menus in left frame|
|Author:||stevesh [ Tue Jul 12, 2005 11:13 am ]|
Read the HOWTO documentation for more details.
You need to enable grouping in the routers2.conf ( 'group = yes' ) first. Then, you will get one group per directory -- so you'll need to split your .cfg files into separate subdirectories, and have a 'cfgfiles = */*.cfg' or similar to find them.
With the latest beta, you can have multilevel menus with 'multilevel = yes'. In this case, the multilevel is split on the : symbol in the description, so you'll need to define group names for the directories in the [targetnames] section, and add :s to define the group split.
|Author:||pgus [ Tue Jul 12, 2005 8:59 pm ]|
I created folders in bin and they appare nice on web. I also moved my .cfg files to each folder. But how do i activate data gathering again?
I can´t find the 'multivalue' option in routers2.conf Am I looking in wrong file?
Thanks in advance
|Author:||stevesh [ Tue Jul 12, 2005 9:23 pm ]|
The option is 'multilevel', and it may not be in there (I dont know what default routers2.conf file is included in the bundle). You can always add it yourself.
I don't know how to reactivate the data gathering! The bundle may assume everything is in the same directories... if so, then *copy* the .cfg files into the original bin directory. routers2 won't see them (if you have */*.cfg as your cfgfiles directive) but the data gatherer will, and since the targetnames will be the same, both will point to the same rrd file.
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