File sysstat-8.0.4-sysconfdir.diff of Package sysstat

Index: FAQ
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@@ -434,9 +434,9 @@ to verify that for yourself.
 Nor do you have to be concerned about using up all your disk space.
 sar will use a few hundred kilobytes for a whole day's worth of data, and it
 normally only stores one week worth (this can be configured via the HISTORY
-variable in the /etc/sysconfig/sysstat file). It is entirely self limiting.
+variable in the /etc/sysstat/sysstat file). It is entirely self limiting.
 Moreover, you can ask sar to compress its datafiles older than a certain
-number of days: see the COMPRESSAFTER parameter in the /etc/sysconfig/sysstat
+number of days: see the COMPRESSAFTER parameter in the /etc/sysstat/sysstat
 configuration file.
 
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@@ -476,7 +476,7 @@ another file or create a new one. See al
 By default sar saves its data in the standard system activity data file,
 the /var/log/sa/saDD file, where DD is the current day in the month.
 To prevent sar from overwriting any existing files, just set the variable
-HISTORY in /etc/sysconfig/sysstat to the number of days during which data
+HISTORY in /etc/sysstat/sysstat to the number of days during which data
 must be kept. When this variable has a value greater than 28, sa1 script
 uses a month-by-month directory structure; datafiles are named YYYYMM/saDD
 and the script maintains links to these datafiles to mimic the standard
Index: README
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--- README.orig
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@@ -94,8 +94,8 @@ ${INIT_DIR}/sysstat
 /lib/systemd/system/sysstat-collect.timer	if OS uses systemd
 /lib/systemd/system/sysstat-summary.service	if OS uses systemd
 /lib/systemd/system/sysstat-summary.timer	if OS uses systemd
-/etc/sysconfig/sysstat
-/etc/sysconfig/sysstat.ioconf
+/etc/sysstat/sysstat
+/etc/sysstat/sysstat.ioconf
 /etc/cron.d/sysstat
 /etc/rc.d/rc.sysstat			(depending on your distro)
 ${RC_DIR}/rc2.d/S03sysstat