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  • lravelo

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    Thanks for the guidance. This is starting to make sense and I'm starting to like just how much more powerful this tool is than what I'm used to. I've only added two hosts for now but I've been able to define the services that I most commonly monitor on…
  • lravelo

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    Sure thing...so for example in Nagios we have this command defined:

    (Code, 4 lines)


    and then we assign a service based on that command it to the a host. This one here calculates the uptime:

    (Code, 14 lines)

    Basically I'd like to just be able to…
  • lravelo

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    No..just strictly using the NSClient++ client. I basically tried to recreate what this member did here. I'm definitely missing something here that I'm not understanding. The host itself shows up on the web GUI and the ping4 service is working and the…
  • lravelo

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    I think the biggest issue I'm having here is the translation between the syntax in Nagios and Icinga. I'm trying to configure a host... something like this:

    (Code, 16 lines)

    But I'm getting errors on the GUI saying that the remote Icinga instance is…
  • lravelo

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    I think there's some confusion on my side. Is it possible to monitor a Windows client, for example, with only the NSClient++ and not have to install the Icinga Agent?
  • lravelo

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    Hi folks! I may have the opportunity to migrate away from Nagios and of all the other monitoring applications I've sampled I'm inclined to go with Icinga2. I know that the NSClient++ is supported in Icinga2 and that's what we currently use with Nagios. …