I cant see all the configuration options in my `netadata.conf`.

This is a follow up topic from @jerometeano 's question in Error in attempting to connect node: Unable to find a usable temporary directory. - #4 by jerometeano

The netadata.conf is the main configuration file (See all the Netdata’
s configuration files
) for the netdata daemon.

This file has many configuration options. You can always access your effective configuration file by visiting the https://netdata.server.hostname:19999/netdata.conf.

In order to avoid being overwhelmed with information, vanilla installations only display the “dirty” configuration options. Users can change and see only the changes they applied and they are interested in.

If you want to have a configuration file with all the option available for this particular netdata version you can use the instructions in the beginning of the netdata.conf file

# netdata configuration
# You can download the latest version of this file, using:
#  wget -O /etc/netdata/netdata.conf http://localhost:19999/netdata.conf
# or
#  curl -o /etc/netdata/netdata.conf http://localhost:19999/netdata.conf
# You can uncomment and change any of the options below.
# The value shown in the commented settings, is the default value.
. . . . 

Q: Shall I uncomment any of these values?

Only If you want to change them. There is no other reason.

@jerometeano hope this clarifies your question, let me know if you need anything else


Thanks @Tasos_Katsoulas. Its now clear from my end.