Zabbix Documentation 3.4

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manual:concepts:server [2017/08/25 06:41]
martins-v removing auto numbering
manual:concepts:server [2018/10/15 08:14] (current)
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 |log_level_decrease[=<​**target**>​]|Decrease log level, affects all processes if target is not specified.|:::​| |log_level_decrease[=<​**target**>​]|Decrease log level, affects all processes if target is not specified.|:::​|
  
-Allowed range of PIDs for changing the log level of a single ​Zabbx process is from 1 to 65535. On systems with large PIDs <process type,N> target ​option ​can be used for changing the log level of a single process.+Allowed range of PIDs for changing the log level of a single ​Zabbix ​process is from 1 to 65535. On systems with PIDs>65535, a <process type,N> target can be used as a workaround ​for changing the log level of a single process ​(e.g.%%"​%%history syncer,​6%%"​%%).
  
 Example of using runtime control to reload the server configuration cache: Example of using runtime control to reload the server configuration cache:
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 <​note>​Zabbix may work on other Unix-like operating systems as well.</​note>​ <​note>​Zabbix may work on other Unix-like operating systems as well.</​note>​
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 +=== Locale ===
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 +Note that the server requires a UTF-8 locale so that some textual items can be interpreted correctly. Most modern Unix-like systems have a UTF-8 locale as default, however, there are some systems where that may need to be set specifically.
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