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FAQ – How the SIG delete the function modules which haven’t been opened in Web interface

Publication Date:  2012-10-19 Views:  79 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
How the SIG delete the function modules which haven’t been opened in Web interface?
Alarm Information
Handling Process
General idea is: stop web process ---> modify the configuration files ---> restart web process.
Detailed steps are as follows:
A, stop web process
1, login “web Linux” server.
2., stop web process:
#cd /usr/local/SIG/tomcat/bin
#./ tomcat)
#killall java(stop java)
B、Modify configuration files
1、enter /usr/local/SIG/tomcat/webapps/sig/WEB-INF/classes/ directory
     #cd /usr/local/SIG/tomcat/webapps/sig/WEB-INF/classes/
2、Modify the “” file under the directory
Note: only the bottom module can be masked off, other modules are public modules, can't be masked off
Can be masked off module corresponding relations are as follows:
menu.available.item.voip = SIGMenuVoIP.xml^M   (voip module)
menu.available.item.p2p = SIGMenuP2P.xml^M     (p2p module)
menu.available.item.nets = SIGMenuNets.xml^M   (nets module)
#menu.available.item.avm = SIGMenuAVM.xml^M (voip monitoring module)
menu.available.item.ipush = SIGMenuIpush.xml^M      (Advertising push)
menu.available.item.analyse = SIGMenuAnalyse.xml^M  (The user behavior analysis)
menu.available.item.spam=SIGMenuSpam.xml^M          (junk mail)
menu.available.item.urlfilter=SIGMenuURL.xml^M      (url filtering)
menu.available.item.ddos = SIGMenuDdos.xml          (ddos attack prevention)
C、Restart web process
Use the following commands:
#cd /usr/local/SIG/tomcat/bin
#./ tomcat)
Root Cause