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1. Infrastructure Monitoring
I am trying to get correct syntax to monitoring process running on windows server using CheckProcState. when i am trying below command whether notepad.exe running or not. its showing process running.
Could you please provide me correct syantx.
/usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_nrpe -H... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: ghpradeep
is any one using nagios monitoring solution on AIX ? if yes, is it supported on AIX 7.1 TL 03 as well ?
I tried to search online and unix.com , could not find it.
Thank you (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: aaron8667
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I want to setup Nagios with service Memcache...We have Amazon Cloud..Please help me to setup this service on my Nagios Client.
How to check Memcache is working or not on my server??
1. Please provide us the command defination to set on Nagios Server for .cfg file.
2.Please provide... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: chetan
4. Infrastructure Monitoring
We have a dual Nagios server setup. One is setup for internal server monitoring on our LAN, while the second Nagios server is hosted externally and is used for external checks only such as URL and ping checks form the WAN side.
I was wondering if there is any way to setup cross dependencies... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: eugenes18t
5. Infrastructure Monitoring
What would be the best way to monitor a vmware server through a Draytek firewall using Nagios?
I'm quite new to nagios and any help would be greatly appreciated.
Also I have been trying to monitor my Windows 2003 server using nagios, I am not having much luck. I tried to use this guide:... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Jethro
6. Red Hat
I installed Nagios on the Centreon Platform <----"Centralized monitoring platform" anyways now every time i click on any of the tabs inside centreon interface, it gives me a Blank page, i have no idea what to do. i thought of resetting nagios to an earlier time when it was running... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: waelkd
7. Infrastructure Monitoring
I am not being able to monitor CPU of freeBSD machine from my CentOS server. I have used check_aix_cpu but always gives garbage value, seems wrong in scripting. i want to monitor CPU usage of my freeBSD machine from my centOS
server. I am able to monitor many services of that machine... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: gsuwal
8. Infrastructure Monitoring
Hi, I have configured check_snmp plugin and using the plugin i am able to monitor the uptime of the switch.
But the following fails
# /usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_snmp -H 10.10.10.1 -C ready -o ifOperStatus.1 -r 1 -m RFC1213-MIB
SNMP CRITICAL - *down(2)* |
Any suggestions ? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: uxadmin007
9. Infrastructure Monitoring
Looking for a nagios plugin which can do the monitoring of a file which has a value and alert if the value in the file goes more than 100 or so.
Any help is appreciated. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: uxadmin007
10. Infrastructure Monitoring
Nagios is a free, open source enterprise-class network and server monitoring system that can benefit your IT infrastructure. Bill Bradford describes how to install and set up Nagios on a Solaris 10 system. For this example Bill uses Solaris 10 update 6 running in 32-bit mode on a VMware virtual... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Linux Bot
icinga(8) nagios icinga(8)
icinga - network/systems status monitoring daemon
icinga [-h] [-v] [-s] [-d] <main_config_file>
icinga is a daemon program that monitors the status of various network accessible systems, devices, and more. For more information, please
consult the online documentation available at http://www.icinga.org, or on your Icinga server's web page.
The main configuration file. On debian systems this defaults to /etc/icinga/icinga.cfg
-h A helpful usage message
-v Reads all data in the configuration files and performs a basic verification/sanity check. Always make sure you verify your config
data before (re)starting Icinga.
-s Shows projected/recommended check scheduling information based on the current data in the configuration files.
-d Starts Icinga in daemon mode (instead of as a foreground process).
Default configuration directory for Icinga
Icinga was started as Nagios by Ethan Galstad <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Icinga is maintained by the Icinga Project <email@example.com>. This
manual page was written by sean finney <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux operating system (but it may be freely used, modified,
and redistributed by others).
sean finney March 2010 icinga(8)