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The Command Output Skipping Parameter

Command output skipping allows the amount of information received from the Linux Client to be reduced by defining specific commands or commands with parameters for which the command output response data will be skipped (i.e. not recorded) during monitoring.

To skip the output of specific commands, on the Editing Client / Editing Client Group page, select the Monitoring [Linux] tab, and in the Command Output Skipping section (at the bottom), enter the required commands (in the Commands field), separating them by semicolons. Optionally, the parameters for each command can also be specified by entering them after the command, separated by spaces (e.g. <command1 parameter1>;<command2>;<command3 parameter1 parameter2>).

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