We have a setup where there are distributed Nagios running on multiple sites and are equalizing their data to the main Nagios server. The problem is it sends back the data to main Nagios server no matter if there is a state change in host or service. Is it possible to configure the slave Nagios to check the service/Host every 5 sec but send back the data only if there is a state change.
I am unable to add ubuntu server in nagios monitoring. I am getting "CHECK_NRPE: Socket timeout after 40 seconds." error for few services "CPU Load, Cron File Check, Current Users, Disk Check, NTP Daemon, Time Check, Total Processes, Zombie Processes".
In my DNS, I am getting a zone transferred to my Windows 2000 server. I would like to change the interval of refresh. But, I cannot because the entire SOA tab options are grayed out, disabled. I can click the tab SOA, but I cannot change anything. How can I change these options for refreshing? Thanks.
I have installing Nagios before on Ubuntu and CentOS ... now i have some problem and i dont know way i have it :) ... the thing is ... im creating new .cfg file in nagios/etc/objects called routers (routers.cfg) and i put the path of it in ngios.cfg as "cfg_file=/usr/local/nagios/etc/objects/routers.cfg" ...
I configured a Raspberry Pi as an iBeacon after this tutorial.
And everything works fine.
But I want to use the Beacons for Indoor navigation and the advertising interval is too low for that.
Is the a way to change it, so the beacon advertises faster (like 10 Hz), because at the moment it feels like 0.5Hz.