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<?php

// Don't touch this. It attempts to thwart attempts of reading this file by another php script
defined('IN_INFO') or exit;

/*
 * Usual configuration
 */
$settings['byte_notation'] = 1024; // Either 1024 or 1000; defaults to 1024
$settings['language'] = 'en'; // Refer to the lang/ folder for supported lanugages


/*
 * Possibly don't show stuff
 */

// For certain reasons, some might choose to not display all we can
// Set these to true to enable; false to disable. They default to false.
$settings['show']['kernel'] = true;
$settings['show']['os'] = true;
$settings['show']['load'] = true;
$settings['show']['ram'] = true;
$settings['show']['hd'] = true;
$settings['show']['mounts'] = true;
$settings['show']['mounts_options'] = false; // Might be useless/confidential information; disabled by default.
$settings['show']['network'] = true;
$settings['show']['uptime'] = true;
$settings['show']['cpu'] = true;
$settings['show']['process_stats'] = true; 
$settings['show']['hostname'] = true;
$settings['show']['devices'] = true; # Slow on old systems

// Disabled by default as they require extra config below
$settings['show']['temps'] = false;
$settings['show']['raid'] = false; 

// Following are probably only useful on laptop/desktop/workstation systems, not servers, although they work just as well
$settings['show']['battery'] = false;
$settings['show']['sound'] = false;
$settings['show']['wifi'] = false; # Not finished

// Service monitoring
$settings['show']['services'] = false;

/*
 * Misc settings pertaining to the above follow below:
 */

// Hide certain file systems / devices
$settings['hide']['filesystems'] = array(
	'tmpfs', 'ecryptfs', 'nfsd', 'rpc_pipefs',
	'usbfs', 'devpts', 'fusectl', 'securityfs', 'fuse.truecrypt');
$settings['hide']['storage_devices'] = array('gvfs-fuse-daemon', 'none');

// Hide mount options for these file systems. (very, very suggested, especially the ecryptfs ones)
$settings['hide']['fs_mount_options'] = array('ecryptfs');

// Hide hard drives that begin with /dev/sg?. These are duplicates of usual ones, like /dev/sd?
$settings['hide']['sg'] = true; # Linux only

// Various softraids. Set to true to enable.
// Only works if it's available on your system; otherwise does nothing
$settings['raid']['gmirror'] = false;  # For FreeBSD
$settings['raid']['mdadm'] = false;  # For Linux; known to support RAID 1, 5, and 6

// Various ways of getting temps/voltages/etc. Set to true to enable. Currently these are just for Linux
$settings['temps']['hwmon'] = true; // Requires no extra config, is fast, and is in /sys :)
$settings['temps']['hddtemp'] = false;
$settings['temps']['mbmon'] = false;
$settings['temps']['sensord'] = false; // Part of lm-sensors; logs periodically to syslog. slow

// Configuration for getting temps with hddtemp
$settings['hddtemp']['mode'] = 'daemon'; // Either daemon or syslog
$settings['hddtemp']['address'] = array( // Address/Port of hddtemp daemon to connect to
	'host' => 'localhost',
	'port' => 7634
);
// Configuration for getting temps with mbmon
$settings['mbmon']['address'] = array( // Address/Port of mbmon daemon to connect to
	'host' => 'localhost',
	'port' => 411
);

/*
 * For the things that require executing external programs, such as non-linux OS's
 * and the extensions, you may specify other paths to search for them here:
 */
$settings['additional_paths'] = array(
	 //'/opt/bin' # for example
);


/*
 * Services. It works by specifying locations to PID files, which then get checked
 * Either that or specifying a path to the executable, which we'll try to find a running
 * process PID entry for. It'll stop on the first it finds.
 */

// Format: Label => pid file path
$settings['services']['pidFiles'] = array(
	// 'Apache' => '/var/run/apache2.pid', // uncomment to enable
	// 'SSHd' => '/var/run/sshd.pid'
);

// Format: Label => path to executable
$settings['services']['executables'] = array(
	// 'MySQLd' => '/usr/sbin/mysqld' // uncomment to enable
);

/*
 * Cache settings for WMI, Windows only
 * All values as specified in seconds.
 * Changing the default values is not recommended and can result in higher system loads.
 */
$settings['wmi_cache']['active'] = true;
$settings['wmi_cache']['COMPUTERSYSTEM'] = 1800;
$settings['wmi_cache']['CPU'] = 20;
$settings['wmi_cache']['DISKDRIVE'] = 1800;
$settings['wmi_cache']['NIC'] = 1800;
$settings['wmi_cache']['OS'] = 1800;
$settings['wmi_cache']['PARTITION'] = 3600;
$settings['wmi_cache']['PATH Win32_PnPEntity'] = 1800;
$settings['wmi_cache']['PROCESS'] = 30;
$settings['wmi_cache']['VOLUME'] = 120;

/*
 * Debugging settings
 */

// Show errors? Disabled by default to hide vulnerabilities / attributes on the server
$settings['show_errors'] = false;

// Show results from timing ourselves? Similar to above.
// Lets you see how much time getting each bit of info takes.
$settings['timer'] = false;
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