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wargio committed Oct 19, 2018
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`./nxtool.py -c nxapi.json -x`
# Simple usage approach
##1. Get info about db
## 1. Get info about db
$ ./nxtool.py -x --colors -c nxapi.json
Will issue a summary of database content, including :
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* Top Zones.
List of most active zones of exceptions.
##2. Generate whitelists
## 2. Generate whitelists
Let's say I had the following output :
./nxtool.py -c nxapi.json -x --colors
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* var_name : example(s) of variable names in which the content was triggered
* success and warnings : nxapi will provide you with scoring information (see 'scores').
##3. Interactive whitelist generation
## 3. Interactive whitelist generation
Another way of creating whitelists is to use the -g option. This option provide
an interactive way to generate whitelists. This option use the EDITOR env
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As you can see you'll see each filter and each file for each selections.
##4. Tagging events
## 4. Tagging events
Once I chose the whitelists that I think are appropriate, I will write them in a whitelist file.
Then, I can tag corresponding events :

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