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2. Red Hat
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Hi, I have configured check_snmp plugin and using the plugin i am able to monitor the uptime of the switch.
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SNMP CRITICAL - *down(2)* |
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9. Infrastructure Monitoring
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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 <email@example.com>. Icinga is maintained by the Icinga Project <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This
manual page was written by sean finney <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux operating system (but it may be freely used, modified,
and redistributed by others).
sean finney March 2010 icinga(8)