gated directive statements
Directive statements provide direction to the
gated configuration language
parser about included files and the directories in which these files reside.
Directive statements are immediately acted upon by the parser. Other
statements terminate with a semicolon (;), but directive statements terminate
with a newline. The two directive statements are:
In a complex environment, segmenting a large configuration into smaller more
easily understood segments might be helpful, but one of the great advantages
of gated is that it combines
the configuration of several different routing
protocols into a single file. Segmenting a small file unnecessarily complicates
This directive statement defines the directory where the include files
are stored. When this statement is present,
gated looks in the directory identified by pathname
for any included files that do not have a fully qualified filename
(that is, that do not begin with
``/''). This statement does not actually change the current directory; it
just specifies the prefix applied to included filenames.
This directive statement identifies an include file.
The contents of the file are included in the
gated.conf file at the point in the
gated.conf file where the %include
directive is encountered. If the filename is not fully qualified,
that is, it does not begin with ``/'',
it is considered to be relative to the directory defined
in the %directory directive. The %include directive statement
causes the specified file to be parsed completely before resuming with
this file. Nesting up to ten levels is supported.
gated trace statements
Default preferences set by gated
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