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## Usage
1. [Add a regex](https://www.zabbix.com/documentation/2.0/manual/regular_expressions) named `Disk devices for discovery`, that will only get the disk devices you want (probably this is what you need: `^(md|sd[a-z])[0-9]+$`).
1. [Add a regex](https://www.zabbix.com/documentation/2.4/manual/regular_expressions) named `Disk devices for discovery`, that will only get the disk devices you want (probably this is what you need: `^(md|sd[a-z])[0-9]+$`).
1. Import the templates from `templates/` directory to your `zabbix_server`.
1. Clone the repository into `/etc/zabbix/` directory on the server you whish to monitor.
1. Add a `zabbix_agentd.conf.d/local.server.conf`, or `zabbix_agentd.conf.d/local.serveractive.conf`, or any other `zabbix_agentd.conf.d/local.*.conf` file containing local-specific config.
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This directory contains include files for `zabbix_agentd` config; specifically, it contains the `userparameter_linux_disks.conf` file that contains `UserParameter` definitions required for disk auto-discovery on Linux.
[**All files in this directory will be included**](https://www.zabbix.com/documentation/1.8/manual/processes/special_notes_include) (this is why it cannot contain its own `README.md` file).
[**All files in this directory will be included**](https://www.zabbix.com/documentation/2.4/manual/appendix/config/special_notes_include) (this is why it cannot contain its own `README.md` file).
All filenames in this directory that start with `local` will be ignored by git. This is to allow fine-tuning the configuration (for instance, by providing a `Server` or `ServerActive` setting).
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These scripts can be used to extend the Linux monitoring capabilities of Zabbix.
Most of them are writtin in Perl. When I have time I'll write an implementation example on [my weblog](http://www.denniskanbier.nl/blog) for each script.
Most of them are writtin in Perl. When I have time I'll write an implementation example on [Dennis Kanbier's weblog](http://www.denniskanbier.nl/blog) for each script.
Please check out the README pages in the specific directories for more information.
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