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CRITICALEDITOR.CGI(1)	    General Commands Manual	 CRITICALEDITOR.CGI(1)

NAME
       criticaleditor.cgi - Xymon Critical Systems View	Editor CGI

SYNOPSIS
       criticaleditor.cgi

DESCRIPTION
       criticaleditor.cgi is invoked as	a CGI script via the criticaleditor.sh
       CGI wrapper.

       criticaleditor.cgi is a web-based editor	for the	critical.cfg(5)	 file,
       which is	used to	configure the Xymon "Critical Systems" view.

       A  detailed description of how to use the editor	is provided in the Xy-
       mon Web documentation, available	from the "Help"	-> "Critical  Systems"
       link on the Xymon website.

SECURITY
       Access  to this CGI script should be restricted through access controls
       in your webserver. Editing the Critical Systems View configuration will
       impact the monitoring of	your site.

OPTIONS
       --config=FILENAME
	      Name  of	the  Critical Systems View configuration file. The de-
	      fault is critical.cfg in the $XYMONHOME/etc/ directory.

       --env=FILENAME
	      Loads the	environment defined in FILENAME	before	executing  the
	      CGI script.

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

       --debug
	      Enables debugging	output.

SEE ALSO
       criticalview.cgi(1), critical.cfg(5), xymon(7)

Xymon			  Version 4.3.28: 17 Jan 2017	 CRITICALEDITOR.CGI(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | SECURITY | OPTIONS | SEE ALSO

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