Hello Everyone!I am fairly new to Linux in general and am trying to setup monitoring (nagios) in my environment. Nagios is working, without the email part. I tried to follow different i... [by happy]
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
Hello.I am doing first nagios practice and for that I have following setup:
I have installed nagios core in centos 6 as described here:http://www.howtoforge.com/installing...-on-centos-6.3 I can login to the web interface and now first i want to monitor the hard disk space utilization on the machine where the nagios has been installed before moving to the remote hosts.
How to move forward?
Nagios is an awesome Open Source monitoring tool, its provides you more comprehensive monitoring environment to always keep an eye on your all machines / networks whether you are in a your data center or just your small labs. With Nagios, you can monitor your remote hosts and their services...
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I have just been handed a server running aix 61, and an installation of nagios is running on this server. It is monitoring multiple servers in our environment, i assume it is only monitoring aix servers, the admin that did this install has left the company and there isnt any documentation on this setup.
I have configured Nagios 3.4.4 on CentOS 6.3 Final. I have also configured Postfix with SMTP email server. I have verified from console that I am able to send email notifications and recieved them on designated address.
Nagios is configured to send notify-host-by-email and notify-service-by-email.
I have configured Nagios monitoring tool for a linux server m/c to monitor another linux host m/c(till now I am monitoring a single m/c only). I have followed the official documentation and installed nagios server on server side and NRPE daemon on client side.