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; PSI Config File
;
; @category PHP
; @package PSI
; @author Michael Cramer <BigMichi1@users.sourceforge.net>
; @copyright 2009 phpSysInfo
; @license http://opensource.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.php GNU General Public License version 2, or (at your option) any later version
; @version SVN: $Id: phpsysinfo.ini.new 705 2012-11-11 00:33:29Z namiltd $
; @link http://phpsysinfo.sourceforge.net
[main]
; ********************************
; MAIN PARAMETERS
; ********************************
; Turn on debugging of some functions and include errors and warnings in xml and provide a popup for displaying errors
; - false : no debug information are stored in xml or displayed
; - true : debug information stored in xml and displayed *be careful if set this to true, may include sensitive information from your pc*
;
DEBUG=false
; Turn on logging/unlogging of functions executeProgram() and rfts()
; example : executeProgram () and rfts () record the results to the "/tmp/phpsysinfo.log" file
; LOG="/tmp/phpsysinfo.log"
; example : executeProgram () and rfts () read the results from the "/tmp/phpsysinfo.log" file
; LOG="-/tmp/phpsysinfo.log"
; example : executeProgram () and rfts () read the results from the "/tmp/phpsysinfo.log" file
; LOG="+/tmp/phpsysinfo.log", if lack in the log file it runs normally
;
LOG=false
; Turn on/off compression for JavaScript file
; - JS_COMPRESSION=false //no compression (recommended with slow processor)
; - JS_COMPRESSION="None" //code minimizing
; - JS_COMPRESSION="Normal" //code packing
;
JS_COMPRESSION="Normal"
; Additional paths where to look for installed programs
; Example : ADD_PATHS="/opt/bin,/opt/sbin"
;
ADD_PATHS=false
; List of IP addresses of clients authorized to run
; Example : ALLOWED="127.0.0.1,192.168.1.48" //allowed IP 127.0.0.1 and 192.168.1.48
; ALLOWED=false //no IP checking
;
ALLOWED=false
; List of sudo commands
; Example : SUDO_COMMANDS="iptables-save" //execute "sudo iptables-save" instead "iptables-save"
; SUDO_COMMANDS=false //no sudo commands
;
SUDO_COMMANDS=false
; Order of data blocks
; Example : BLOCKS="vitals,hardware,memory,filesystem,network,voltage,current,temperature,fans,power,other,ups" or BLOCKS=true //default order
; BLOCKS=false //hide all blocks
;
BLOCKS=true
; Plugins that should be included in xml and output
; List of plugins should look like "plugin,plugin,plugin". See /plugins directory
; - PLUGINS="MDStatus,PS" //list of plugins
; - PLUGINS=false //no plugins
; included plugins:
; - MDStatus - show the Software RAID status and whats currently going on
; - DMRaid - show the Fake RAID status
; - PS - show a process tree of all running processes
; - PSStatus - show a graphical representation if a process is running or not
; - Quotas - show a table with all quotas that are active and there current state
; - SMART - show S.M.A.R.T. information from drives that support it
; - BAT - show battery state on a laptop, tablet or phone
; - UpdateNotifier - show update notifications (only for Ubuntu server)
; - SNMPPInfo - show printers info via SNMP
; - Uprecords - show uprecords info
; - Iptables - show iptables rules list
; - PingTest - show Ping Test info
; - StableBit - show StableBit Scanner info (WinNT)
; - HyperV - show Hyper-V info (WinNT)
;
PLUGINS="PSStatus,Quotas,SMART,BAT,SNMPPInfo,PingTest"
; ********************************
; DISPLAY PARAMETERS
; ********************************
; Define the default display mode
; auto: let user browser choose the mode
; dynamic: use javascript to refresh data
; static: static page (use metatag to reload page)
; bootstrap: use twitter bootstrap template
;
DEFAULT_DISPLAY_MODE="auto"
; Define the default language
;
DEFAULT_LANG="en"
; Define the default template
;
DEFAULT_TEMPLATE="phpsysinfo"
; Define the default template for frontend "bootstrap"
;
DEFAULT_BOOTSTRAP_TEMPLATE="phpsysinfo"
; Show or hide language picklist
;
SHOW_PICKLIST_LANG=true
; Show or hide template picklist
;
SHOW_PICKLIST_TEMPLATE=true
; Show CPU list expanded
;
SHOW_CPULIST_EXPANDED=true
; Show CPU info expanded
;
SHOW_CPUINFO_EXPANDED=false
; Show memory infos expanded
;
SHOW_MEMORY_INFOS_EXPANDED=false
; Define the interval for refreshing data in ms
; - 0 : disabled
; - 1000 : 1 second
; Default is 60 seconds
;
REFRESH=60000
; Show a graph for current cpuload
; - true : displayed, but it's a performance hit (because we have to wait to get a value, 1 second)
; - "compact" : displayed like above but in compact mode
; - false : will not be displayed
;
LOAD_BAR=true
; Display the virtual host name and address
; - Default is canonical host name and address
; - Use USE_VHOST=true to display virtual host name.
;
USE_VHOST=false
; Controls the units & format for network, memory and filesystem
; - 1 KiB = 2^10 bytes = 1,024 bytes
; - 1 KB = 10^3 bytes = 1,000 bytes
; - "B" everything is in Byte
; - "PiB" everything is in PeBiByte
; - "TiB" everything is in TeBiByte
; - "GiB" everything is in GiBiByte
; - "MiB" everything is in MeBiByte
; - "KiB" everything is in KiBiByte
; - "auto_binary" everything is automatic done if value is to big for, e.g MiB then it will be in GiB
; - "PB" everything is in PetaByte
; - "TB" everything is in TeraByte
; - "GB" everything is in GigaByte
; - "MB" everything is in MegaByte
; - "KB" everything is in KiloByte
; - "auto_decimal" everything is automatic done if value is to big for, e.g MB then it will be in GB
;
BYTE_FORMAT="auto_binary"
; Format in which temperature is displayed
; - "c" shown in celsius
; - "f" shown in fahrenheit
; - "c-f" both shown first celsius and fahrenheit in braces
; - "f-c" both shown first fahrenheit and celsius in braces
;
TEMP_FORMAT="c"
; Show devices infos
; Example : SHOW_DEVICES_INFOS=true
;
SHOW_DEVICES_INFOS=true
; Show devices serial number
; Example : SHOW_DEVICES_SERIAL=true
;
SHOW_DEVICES_SERIAL=false
; Format in which datetime is displayed
; - "UTC" shown as UTC string
; - "locale" shown as Locale string
;
DATETIME_FORMAT="UTC"
; ********************************
; SENSORS PARAMETERS
; ********************************
; Define the motherboard monitoring program
; We support the following programs so far
; - HDDtemp http://www.guzu.net/linux/hddtemp.php (Linux)
; - LMSensors http://www.lm-sensors.org/ (Linux)
; - Healthd http://healthd.thehousleys.net/ (FreeBSD)
; - HWSensors http://www.openbsd.org/ (OpenBSD)
; - MBMon http://www.nt.phys.kyushu-u.ac.jp/shimizu/download/download.html (FreeBSD/Linux/NetBSD/OpenBSD)
; - MBM5 http://mbm.livewiredev.com/ (data from file data/MBM5.csv - WinNT)
; - Coretemp No addon tool neded (FreeBSD/Linux)
; - IPMItool http://ipmitool.sourceforge.net/ (Linux)
; - FreeIPMI http://www.gnu.org/software/freeipmi/ (FreeBSD/Linux/OpenBSD/SunOS)
; - IPMIutil http://ipmiutil.sourceforge.net/ (Darwin/FreeBSD/Linux/SunOS/WinNT)
; - K8Temp http://hur.st/k8temp/ (DragonFly/FreeBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD)
; - PiTemp No addon tool neded (Raspberry Pi and Banana Pi - Linux)
; - OHM http://openhardwaremonitor.org/ (WinNT)
; - ThermalZone No addon tool neded (WinNT/Linux/Android)
; - QTSsnmp SNMP service enabled and snmp-utils package installed: opkg install snmp-utils (QNAP - QTS Linux)
; - Hwmon No addon tool neded (Linux)
; - SpeedFan http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php (required tool packaged in: tools/speedfan/SpeedFanGet_bin.zip) (WinNT)
; - Thinkpad No addon tool neded (Lenovo Thinkpad - Linux)
;
; Example: If you want to use lmsensors : SENSOR_PROGRAM="LMSensors"
; If you want to use lmsensors and IPMItool: SENSOR_PROGRAM="LMSensors,IPMItool"
;
SENSOR_PROGRAM="ThermalZone,OHM"
; Show events of sensors
; - true : show events
; - false : do not show events
;
SENSOR_EVENTS=true
; Some sensors programs contain an additional configuration in the relevant sections [sensor_...]
; ********************************
; FILESYSTEM PARAMETERS
; ********************************
; Show mount point
; - true : show mount point
; - false : do not show mount point
;
SHOW_MOUNT_POINT=true
; Show mount option
; - true : show mount option
; - false : do not show mount option
;
SHOW_MOUNT_OPTION=true
; Show mount credentials
; - true : show mount credentials
; - false : do not show mount credentials
;
SHOW_MOUNT_CREDENTIALS=true
; Show inode usage
; - true : display used inodes in percent
; - false : hide them
;
SHOW_INODES=true
; Hide mounts
; Example : HIDE_MOUNTS="/home,/usr"
;
HIDE_MOUNTS=""
; Hide filesystem types
; Example : HIDE_FS_TYPES="tmpfs,devtmpfs,usbfs,bstfolder"
;
HIDE_FS_TYPES=""
; Hide partitions
; Example : HIDE_DISKS="rootfs,/dev/sda1"
; HIDE_DISKS=true //hide all partitions
;
HIDE_DISKS=""
; Filesystem usage warning threshold in percent
; - 0 : disabled
; - 90 : 90%
; Default is 90%
;
FS_USAGE_THRESHOLD=90
; ********************************
; NETWORK PARAMETERS
; ********************************
; Hide network interfaces
; Example : HIDE_NETWORK_INTERFACE="eth0,sit0"
; HIDE_NETWORK_INTERFACE=true //hide all network interfaces
;
HIDE_NETWORK_INTERFACE=""
; Show network interfaces infos for Linux, Android, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Haiku, Darwin, SunOS, Minix, QNX and WinNT
; Example : SHOW_NETWORK_INFOS=true
;
SHOW_NETWORK_INFOS=true
; Hide MAC address in the infos
;
HIDE_NETWORK_MACADDR=false
; Show network infos expanded
;
SHOW_NETWORK_INFOS_EXPANDED=false
; Show network active speed
; - true : display network active speed
; - "bps" : display network active speed in bits per second (b/s, Kb/s, etc...)
; - false : hide them
;
SHOW_NETWORK_ACTIVE_SPEED=true
; ********************************
; UPS PARAMETERS
; ********************************
; Define the ups monitoring program
; We support the following programs so far
; - Apcupsd http://www.apcupsd.com/
; - Nut http://www.networkupstools.org/
; - PowerSoftPlus http://ever.eu/
; - pmset based on the result of the command "pmset -g batt" on Darwin system
; - SNMPups monitoring via Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
;
; Example: If you want to use Apcupsd : UPS_PROGRAM="Apcupsd"
; If you want to use Apcupsd and Nut : UPS_PROGRAM="Apcupsd,Nut"
;
UPS_PROGRAM=false
; Apcupsd supports multiple UPSes
; You can specify comma delimited list in the form <hostname>:<port> or <ip>:<port>. The defaults are: 127.0.0.1:3551
; See the following parameters in apcupsd.conf: NETSERVER, NISIP, NISPORT
; It uses the defaults if not specified.
;
UPS_APCUPSD_LIST=false
; Apcupsd has a CGI monitoring utility called apcupsd-cgi
; You can set the parameter below to true if you have it installed - this will add apcupsd-cgi links to the UPS tree
;
UPS_APCUPSD_CGI_ENABLE=false
; Nut supports multiple UPSes
; You can specify comma delimited list in the form <hostname>:<port> or <ip>:<port>. The defaults are: 127.0.0.1:3493
; See the following parameters in upsd.conf: LISTEN
; It uses the defaults if not specified.
;
UPS_NUT_LIST=false
; SNMPups supports multiple UPSes
; You can specify comma delimited list in the form <hostname>:<port> or <ip>:<port>. The default port is 161
; List must be specified.
;
UPS_SNMPUPS_LIST=false
; define how to access the SNMP data
; - "php-snmp" execute php snmprealwalk function (php-snmp module must be installed)
; - "command" execute snmpwalk command
;
UPS_SNMPUPS_ACCESS="php-snmp"
; ********************************
; SENSORS PROGRAMS PARAMETERS
; ********************************
[sensor_hddtemp]
; Hddtemp motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; If the hddtemp program is available we can read the temperature, if hdd is smart capable
; !!ATTENTION!! hddtemp might be a security issue
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'hddtemp' command (must be set suid)
; - ACCESS="tcp" //read data from hddtemp deamon (localhost:7634)
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_lmsensors]
; LMSensors motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'sensors' command
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/lmsensors.txt
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_healthd]
; Healthd motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'healthdc' command
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/healthd.txt
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_mbmon]
; MBMon motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'mbmon -c 1 -r' command
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/mbmon.txt
; - ACCESS="tcp" //read data from mbmon deamon (localhost:411)
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_ipmitool]
; IPMItool motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'ipmitool sensor -v' command
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/ipmitool.txt
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_freeipmi]
; FreeIPMI motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'ipmi-sensors --output-sensor-thresholds' program
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/freeipmi.txt
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_ipmiutil]
; IPMIutil motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'ipmiutil sensor -stw' command
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/ipmiutil.txt
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_k8temp]
; K8Temp motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'k8temp' command
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/k8temp.txt
;
ACCESS="command"
[sensor_speedfan]
; SpeedFan motherboard monitoring program configuration
;
; - ACCESS="command" //read data from 'speedfanget' command
; - ACCESS="data" //read data from file data/speedfan.txt
;
ACCESS="command"
; ********************************
; PLUGINS PARAMETERS
; ********************************
[bat]
; BAT Plugin configuration
; define how to access the battery statistic data
; - "command" on Linux and Android read data from /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/info and /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/state
; or on newer kernel from /sys/class/power_supply/
; or from 'upower -d' command (if UPOWER is true)
; on Android read data from /sys/class/power_supply/
; on Darwin read data from 'ioreg -w0 -l -n AppleSmartBattery -r' command
; on FreeBSD read data from 'acpiconf -i batt' command
; on OpenBSD read data from 'sysctl hw.sensors.acpibat0' command
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "bat_info.txt" and "bat_state.txt"; content is the output
; from "cat /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/info" and "cat /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/state")
;
ACCESS="command"
; on Lunux try executing 'upower -d' command
;
UPOWER=false
; Show battery serial number
;
SHOW_SERIAL=false
[mdstatus]
; MDStatus Plugin configuration
; define how to access the mdstat statistic data
; - "file" /proc/mdstat is read
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "mdstat.txt"; content is the output from "cat /proc/mdstat")
;
ACCESS="file"
; Hide RAID devices
; Example : HIDE_RAID_DEVICES="md127"
;
HIDE_RAID_DEVICES=""
[dmraid]
; DMRaid Plugin configuration
; define how to access the dmraid statistic data
; - "command" dmraid or graid command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build
; On Linux if access error try execute first: chmod 4755 /sbin/dmraid
; This method is not recommended for safety reasons!
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "dmraid.txt"; content is generated by command "dmraid -s -vv >dmraid.txt 2>&1" or "graid list >dmraid.txt" on FreeBSD)
;
ACCESS="command"
; Hide RAID devices
; Example : HIDE_RAID_DEVICES=".ddf1_disks"
;
HIDE_RAID_DEVICES=""
[ps]
; PS Plugin configuration
; define how to access the ps statistic data
; - "command" ps command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build / on WINNT
; information is retrieved everytime through WMI
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "ps.txt"; content is the output from "ps -axo pid,ppid,pmem,args")
;
ACCESS="command"
; Memory Usage info
;
MEMORY_USAGE=true
; CPU Usage info
;
CPU_USAGE=true
; Show kthreadd child list expanded
;
SHOW_KTHREADD_EXPANDED=false
; Show PID 1 child list expanded
;
SHOW_PID1CHILD_EXPANDED=false
[psstatus]
; PSStatus Plugin configuration
; define how to access the psstatus statistic data
; - "command" pidof command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build / on WINNT
; information is retrieved everytime through WMI
; - "data" a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "psstatus.txt"; content is the output from
; <code>for ps in "apache2" "mysqld" "sshd"; do echo $ps "|" `pidof -s -x "$ps"`; done</code>
;
ACCESS="command"
; Regular expression search in the process name (e.g. "ddclient.*")
; - true : Regular expression search (used pgrep command)
; - false : Normal search (used pidof command)
;
USE_REGEX=true
; controls which processes are checked if they are running
;
; string contains a list of process names that are checked, names are seperated by a comma (on WINNT names must end with '.exe')
;
PROCESSES="mysqld.exe,sshd.exe,httpd.exe,mongod.exe"
[quotas]
; Quotas Plugin configuration
; define how to access the repquota statistic data
; - "command" repquota command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation with the filename "quotas.txt"; content is the output from "repquota -au")
;
ACCESS="command"
[smart]
; SMART Plugin configuration
; Smartctl program
; If the smartctl program is available we can read S.M.A.R.T informations
; - "command" smartctl command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build
; if error: Smartctl open device: /dev/sda failed: Permission denied
; Not recommended method:
; execute: chmod 4755 /usr/sbin/smartctl
; Second method:
; try to set: SUDO_COMMANDS="smartctl" and add to file /etc/sudoers line: apache ALL = (ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/smartctl
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the
; phpsysinfo installation with the filename "smart{disk_number}.txt";
; content is the output from "smartctl --all device")
; - "wmi" information is retrieved everytime through WMI (WinNT only)
;
ACCESS="command"
; Smartctl devices to monitor
; If the smartctl support is enabled, those disks information will be displayed
; - DEVICES="/dev/hda,/dev/hdb" //Will display those two disks informations
; You also can specify --device option value for smartctl command surrounded by parentheses eg:
; - DEVICES="(marvell)/dev/sda"
; or
; - DEVICES="(megaraid.0)/dev/sda" //comma in --device option value is replaced by a dot
;
DEVICES="/dev/sda, /dev/sdb"
; Smartctl ID# and column name from "Vendor Specific SMART Attributes with Thresholds" table
; If the smartctl support is enabled, enter the ID#-COLUMN_NAME from "Vendor Specific SMART Attributes with Thresholds" table from smartctl output.
; or for no SCSI devices: ID#-COLUMN_NAME-REPLACEMENT_ID# where REPLACEMENT_ID# is an alternative ID number.
; COLUMN_NAME of this ID# will be displayed in the phpsysinfo S.M.A.R.T table. If you want RAW_VALUE to be displayed for the temperature (ID# 194) enter 194-RAW_VALUE
; - IDS="194-VALUE,4-VALUE,009-RAW_VALUE" //ID#-COLUMN_NAME, ID#-COLUMN_NAME, etc...
;
IDS="005-RAW_VALUE,194-RAW_VALUE,4-RAW_VALUE,009-RAW_VALUE,012-RAW_VALUE,193-RAW_VALUE-225,001-RAW_VALUE,007-RAW_VALUE,200-RAW_VALUE,197-RAW_VALUE,198-RAW_VALUE"
[snmppinfo]
; SNMPPInfo Plugin configuration
; define how to access the SNMP Printer Info statistic data
; - "php-snmp" execute php snmprealwalk function (php-snmp module must be installed)
; - "command" execute snmpwalk command
; - "data" a file must be available in the data directory of the
; phpsysinfo installation with the filename "snmppinfo{printer_number}.txt";
; content is the output from:
; LANG=C LC_ALL=C snmpwalk -On -c public -v 1 {printer_address} .1.3.6.1.2.1.1.5 > snmppinfo{printer_number}.txt
; LANG=C LC_ALL=C snmpwalk -On -c public -v 1 {printer_address} .1.3.6.1.4.1.367.3.2.1.2.24.1.1 >> snmppinfo{printer_number}.txt
; LANG=C LC_ALL=C snmpwalk -On -c public -v 1 {printer_address} .1.3.6.1.2.1.43.11.1.1 >> snmppinfo{printer_number}.txt
; LANG=C LC_ALL=C snmpwalk -On -c public -v 1 {printer_address} .1.3.6.1.2.1.43.18.1.1 >> snmppinfo{printer_number}.txt
;
ACCESS="php-snmp"
;define the Printer devices
;
; string contains a list of printer addresses that are checked
;
DEVICES="192.168.0.5, 192.168.0.9"
[updatenotifier]
; Update Notifier Plugin configuration
; define how to access the updatenotifier statistic data
; - "command" execute command /usr/lib/update-notifier/apt-check
; - "data" reads data from file defined in FILE parameter
;
ACCESS="data"
; define the update info file format
; - true: Ubuntu Landscape format (file: /var/lib/update-notifier/updates-available)
; - false: universal format (format: A;B)
; A: total packages to update
; B: security packages to update
;
UBUNTU_LANDSCAPE_FORMAT=true
; define the update info file. The default is: /var/lib/update-notifier/updates-available
;
FILE="/var/lib/update-notifier/updates-available"
[uprecords]
; Uprecords Plugin configuration
; define how to access the uprecords statistic data
; - "command" uprecords command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build
; if access error try execute first: chmod 4755 /usr/bin/uprecords
; This method is not recommended for safety reasons!
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "uprecords.txt"; content is the output from "TZ=GMT uprecords -a -w")
;
ACCESS="command"
; define the maximum number of entries to show (for command access)
; default is 10
;
MAX_ENTRIES = 10
[iptables]
; Iptables Plugin configuration
; define how to access the iptables rules data
; - "command" iptables-save command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build
; if access error try to set: SUDO_COMMANDS="iptables-save" and add to file /etc/sudoers line: apache ALL = (ALL) NOPASSWD: /sbin/iptables-save
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation with the filename "iptables.txt"; content is the output from "iptables-save")
;
ACCESS="command"
[pingtest]
; PingTest Plugin configuration
; define how to access the psstatus statistic data
; - "command" ping command is run everytime the block gets refreshed or build
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "pingtest.txt")
;
ACCESS="command"
;define the Addresses
;
; string contains a list of addresses that are checked
; Example : ADDRESSES="127.0.0.1,8.8.8.8"
;
ADDRESSES=""
; Define ping timeout in seconds
; - 0 : default ping command timeout
; - 3 : 3 seconds
; Default is 2 seconds
;
TIMEOUT=2
[stablebit]
; StableBit Plugin configuration
; Show or hide disks serial number
;
SHOW_SERIAL=false
[hyperv]
; HyperV Plugin configuration
; define how to access the ps statistic data
; - "command" information is retrieved through WMI
; - "data" (a file must be available in the data directory of the phpsysinfo installation
; with the filename "hyperv.txt")
;
ACCESS="command"
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