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Xymon – Remove Column From The Dashboard

Might be embarrassing but it took me way to long to figure out how to remove 2 columns I accidently created via the hosts.cfg file.

So the fix? Navigate and edit your xymon hosts.cfg file on your server. In my screenshot above you’ll notice the column “web” is only associated with “print” server. So in the hosts.cfg file find the server match and add the following to the end of it:

NOCOLUMS:<column name here>

For me, the host name was:

163.xxx.xxx.xxx    print   # httpstatus=http;https://print:9192/admin;200 NOCOLUMNS:web

That’s it! It’s now gone without having to restart the service.

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Cory Fiala

Technology and outdoor enthusiast. Anything from desktops to servers with a side of mountain biking and skiing. Life is good!

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