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 ==== 3 Zabbix agent (UNIX) ==== ==== 3 Zabbix agent (UNIX) ====
  
-<​note>​The default values reflect daemon defaults, not the values in the shipped configuration files.</​note>​+=== Overview ===
  
-The parameters supported in a Zabbix agent configuration file (//zabbix_agentd.conf//):+This section lists parameters supported in a Zabbix agent configuration file (zabbix_agentd.conf). Note that: 
 + 
 +  * The default values reflect daemon defaults, not the values in the shipped configuration files; 
 +  * Zabbix supports configuration files only in UTF-8 encoding without [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Byte_order_mark|BOM]];​ 
 +  * Comments starting with "#"​ are only supported in the beginning of the line. 
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 +=== Parameters ===
  
 ^Parameter^Mandatory^Range^Default^Description^ ^Parameter^Mandatory^Range^Default^Description^
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 | UserParameter| no | | |User-defined parameter to monitor. There can be several user-defined parameters.\\ Format: UserParameter=<​key>,<​shell command>​\\ Note that shell command must not return empty string or EOL only.\\ Example: UserParameter=system.test,​who%%|%%wc -l | | UserParameter| no | | |User-defined parameter to monitor. There can be several user-defined parameters.\\ Format: UserParameter=<​key>,<​shell command>​\\ Note that shell command must not return empty string or EOL only.\\ Example: UserParameter=system.test,​who%%|%%wc -l |
  
-<​note>​In Zabbix agent 2.0.0 version configuration parameters related to active and passive checks have been changed.\\ See the [[#​see_also|"​See also"​]] section at the bottom of this page to read more details about these changes.</​note>​ +=== See also ===
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-<​note>​Zabbix supports configuration files only in UTF-8 encoding without [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Byte_order_mark|BOM]].\\ \\  Comments starting with "#"​ are only supported in the beginning of the line.</​note>​ +
-==== See also ====+
   - [[http://​blog.zabbix.com/​multiple-servers-for-active-agent-sure/​858|Differences in the Zabbix agent configuration for active and passive checks starting from version 2.0.0]]   - [[http://​blog.zabbix.com/​multiple-servers-for-active-agent-sure/​858|Differences in the Zabbix agent configuration for active and passive checks starting from version 2.0.0]]