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Input.conf defaults configuration for commented settings

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What does it mean when these settings are commented out in the inputs.conf? Are those inputs disabled by default?

## Logical Disk
#[perfmon://LogicalDisk]
#counters = % Free Space; Free Megabytes; Current Disk Queue Length; % Disk Time; Avg. Disk Queue Length; % Disk Read Time; Avg. Disk Read Queue Length; % Disk Write Time; Avg. Disk Write Queue Length; Avg. Disk sec/Transfer; Avg. Disk sec/Read; Avg. Disk sec/Write; Disk Transfers/sec; Disk Reads/sec; Disk Writes/sec; Disk Bytes/sec; Disk Read Bytes/sec; Disk Write Bytes/sec; Avg. Disk Bytes/Transfer; Avg. Disk Bytes/Read; Avg. Disk Bytes/Write; % Idle Time; Split IO/Sec
#disabled = 1
#instances = *
#interval = 10
#object = LogicalDisk
#useEnglishOnly=true
#index = perfmon
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The entire input is disabled. The input stanza is also commented out.

The comment means none of that is active.

So if you want to enable the input, you would uncomment the #[perfmon://LogicalDisk] stanza. You would also uncomment the settings under the stanza. Granted, those settings are optional, but are good to use with this input.

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Communicator

The entire input is disabled. The input stanza is also commented out.

The comment means none of that is active.

So if you want to enable the input, you would uncomment the #[perfmon://LogicalDisk] stanza. You would also uncomment the settings under the stanza. Granted, those settings are optional, but are good to use with this input.

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"#disabled = 1"
"#instances = *"
"#interval = 10"
"#object = LogicalDisk"
"#useEnglishOnly=true"
"#index = perfmon"

Just so it's clear as to what I am talking about.

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