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Contact Us Forum Support Area for Unregistered Users & Account Problems Not able to post thread/reply to thread Post 302858707 by Scott on Tuesday 1st of October 2013 06:53:54 AM
Old 10-01-2013
More information - such as what actually happens when you try - would be helpful.
 

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nagios3stats(8) 						      nagios							   nagios3stats(8)

NAME
nagios3stats - report statistics information from the nagios system SYNOPSIS
nagios3stats [-hVL] [-c config] [-m] [-d] DESCRIPTION
nagios3stats Is a program designed to provide information on the running nagios system. It can provide a brief summary of information, or it can be used to export specific information about the nagios system into an MRTG-compatible format. For more information please consult the nagios online documentation available at http://www.nagios.org or the documentation available with your nagios server's web page. OPTIONS
-c|--config=FILE The main configuration file. On debian systems this defaults to /etc/nagios3/nagios.cfg -m|--mrtg Print output in MRTG-compatible format. For more details run nagios3stats with --help -d|--data=VARS Comma-seperated list of variables to output in MRTG format. For more details run nagios3stats with --help. -h|--help A helpful usage message -V|--version Print version information -L|--license Print license details FILES
/etc/nagios3 Default configuration directory for nagios3 AUTHOR
nagios3 is written and maintained by Ethan Galstad <nagios@nagios.org>. This manual page was written by sean finney <seanius@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux operating system (but it may be freely used, modified, and redistributed by others). sean finney February 2006 nagios3stats(8)

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