“Eclecticism, (from Greek eklektikos, “selective”), in philosophy and theology, the practice of selecting doctrines from different systems of thought without adopting the whole parent system for each doctrine.” – Encyclopaedia Britannica.
I have the following in my desktopinfo.ini
FIXEDDISK=active:1,interval:10,color:ffbb77,chart:none linear 100 7 90,threshold1:7 90 0000FF,count:3,display:%1: %3[1.0B]B/%5[1.0B]B (%7% used),filter:
DISKIO=active:0,interval:5,chart:none log 23 1 00ffff 2 ffff00,threshold1:1 4000000 0000FF,threshold2:2 4000000 0055ff,display:r:%1[3.1b]B/s\, w:%2[3.1b]B/s\, q:%3
Whats happens is that the fixeddisk are not initialized
I had to activate the first FIXEDDISK once and save then I could deactivate it to get the wanted result
When I change the name of the first FIXEDDISK to something else then FIXEDDISK is correct from the initial startup. I would have thought that active:0 would not be interpreted on startup.
I renamed the first FIXEDDISK item reference so its ok for me but am I correct that active:0 is still being processed?
yes, it is being loaded but not activated causing confusion. If you want to keep an old line in the ini file for reference, I suggest using a comment instead, that is, put a # at the start of the line.