Nagios event_broker_options

In the case that you have followed steps mentioned at installation of the Nagios Core document at this web page it is located at: Nagios Core is nagios event_broker_options several configuration files that have direct or indirect definition nagios event_broker_options the nagios event_broker_options to each other. In this document I would like to describe nagios event_broker_options functionality of the main configuration files used at Nagios Core.

On another hand I think that it is pointless to copy the whole official documentation from Nagios project in to tis document. According to this I will try to find the balance nagios event_broker_options information that can help to understand how it is working and pointing to official documentation.

Mentioned configuration file will be used at start of Nagios Core demon. It is including the configuration of Nagios Core, as well it is possible to define additional files that can provide particular configuration used at Nagios Core. According to this it is common to split the configuration across several files. It is possible to create file system hierarchy that will provide the possibility to logical grouping of the configuration objects.

In case that you will nagios event_broker_options to do roleback it really hand. In the case that you are looking for way how to logical order the configuration across the file system. This is one of the main parameter that will be interesting for you. In this case each configuration parameter is including only one configuration file that will be included in to Nagios Core configuration.

In the case that you are looking for way how to nagios event_broker_options order the configuration across the file system without defining each configuration file.

This is one of the main parameter that can help you. It is nagios event_broker_options to build this hierarchy direct at file system like directory structure. Nagios Core is using as default the US format of the time. Nagios event_broker_options some cases it is too confusing for the peoples that are using this tool. According to this it is sometime better to nagios event_broker_options it to another format.

In Nagios event_broker_options world each process has his owner and owner group. Based on this it nagios event_broker_options possible to restrict access rights to some resources at Nagios event_broker_options level. Nagios Core is using as well definition of User and Group that will be used for nagios event_broker_options Nagios Core demon.

According to this all files and directories that need to be accessible for Nagios Core demon need to belong to the right user and group. In the case that you are building a failover Nagios Core infrastructure. In the case that you can not reload the configuration from config files. Any way this is not topic of this document. I will describe it at different document.

In case that you are going to integrate Nagios Core with another tools. That are able to send unsolicited messages to Nagios Core to change the status of monitored object. The design of the Nagios Core is so nice, easy and brilliant. It is providing us interface that can be used for passive monitoring, as well for changing of parameters at running Nagios Core. In general this interface is a named pipe FIFO.

According nagios event_broker_options this we nagios event_broker_options just write our commands in nagios event_broker_options mentioned FIFO file like in to nagios event_broker_options standard file. This is one of the main reason that Nagios Core is used at so many monitoring tools.

As it is too easy to do integration of Nagios Core. This is the reason that you do not really need any agent on monitored device, as in the case that you have SSH access to Nagios Core monitoring server you can forward all interesting messaged directly to the Nagios Core from monitored server. Any way this nagios event_broker_options not topic of this document, as well it is not really common to use it in this way.

Nagios Core is able to integrate additional components. In this way it is possible to integrate Nagios Core with several different tools. In this way the Nagios Core nagios event_broker_options share operational status with another application.

In most case you will not really need to change it. On another hand in the case that you would like to play with your Nagios Core web interface here are the configuration parameters. At each Host or Service related configuration it is possible to specify who can see the status of the particular object. In case that you are using one administrator account that need to see all configured objects it is possible to enable it at this please to see all objects of Nagios Core even it was not declared as a contact for particular object.

This option allows you to specify the default layout method the statusmap CGI should use for drawing hosts. If you do not use this option, the default is to use user-defined coordinates.

Valid options are as follows: This option allows you to specify the refresh rate in seconds of various CGIs status, statusmap, extinfo, and outages. This option allows you to specify the default number of results displayed on the status. This number can be adjusted from within the UI after the initial page load. Setting this to 0 will show all results. It is possible to define 32 different nagios event_broker_options. Table of Contents Nagios Core Configuration - nagios.

In the case that you are going to do any configuration change. In the case that you would like to build a hierarchical structure like: SS I do prefer strict-iso, as it is most universal format. Configure the user and group: To enable passive monitoring it is required to configure this parameters: To enable it you will need to configure: Used URL is http: Providing help information that can be called directly nagios event_broker_options web browser.