[icinga-checkins] icinga.org: icinga-core/dev/core: quickfix resource. cfg text for count of $USERn$ macros, it's 256

git at icinga.org git at icinga.org
Wed Feb 22 10:38:29 CET 2012


Module: icinga-core
Branch: dev/core
Commit: fa2a839b524526ba096ea2c9b7c435d484b60292
URL:    https://git.icinga.org/?p=icinga-core.git;a=commit;h=fa2a839b524526ba096ea2c9b7c435d484b60292

Author: Michael Friedrich <michael.friedrich at univie.ac.at>
Date:   Wed Feb  8 22:32:57 2012 +0100

quickfix resource.cfg text for count of $USERn$ macros, it's 256

---

 sample-config/resource.cfg.in |   12 +++++++-----
 1 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/sample-config/resource.cfg.in b/sample-config/resource.cfg.in
index e2f0258..230a5dc 100644
--- a/sample-config/resource.cfg.in
+++ b/sample-config/resource.cfg.in
@@ -5,15 +5,17 @@
 # You can define $USERx$ macros in this file, which can in turn be used
 # in command definitions in your host config file(s).  $USERx$ macros are
 # useful for storing sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, 
-# etc.  They are also handy for specifying the path to plugins and 
-# event handlers - if you decide to move the plugins or event handlers to
+# snmp communities, etc.
+# They are also handy for specifying the path to plugins and  event
+# handlers - if you decide to move the plugins or event handlers to
 # a different directory in the future, you can just update one or two
 # $USERx$ macros, instead of modifying a lot of command definitions.
 #
-# The CGIs will not attempt to read the contents of resource files, so
-# you can set restrictive permissions (600 or 660) on them.
+# The CGIs will not attempt to read the contents of resource file by default,
+# so you can set restrictive permissions (600 or 660) on them. This might
+# need a change when enabling full command line resolution for config.cgi
 #
-# Icinga supports up to 32 $USERx$ macros ($USER1$ through $USER32$)
+# Icinga supports up to 256 $USERx$ macros ($USER1$ through $USER256$)
 #
 # Resource files may also be used to store configuration directives for
 # external data sources like MySQL...





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