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- Nagios 3.x
- Nagios XI
- User-level authorization for hosts, services, and commands that match Nagios Core.
- Filtered lists to quickly identify and respond to unhandled problems
- Acknowledge problems, Disable/Enable Notifications, or Schedule Downtime for authorized hosts and services
- Works with any Nagios 3.x installation
- Support for APC data caching for faster page loads
- Support for both webkit and non-webkit enabled devices
Installing Nagios Mobile
Please use the forum below to discuss issues with Nagios Mobile.
Nagios Mobile Forum
1.03 April 10 2013
- Fixed permissions bug where host escalations were not properly authorizing their contacts
- Updated code attribution and Apache license info for Teeny Nagios project
- Small bug fixes
- Bug fixes for authorization functions - Marc Chadwick
It's slow compared to the native web interface, both on IE, Chrome, iPhone, and iPad.
"Unhandled services" is a bit different than on the standard web interface, as the services on a host that is Down will appear under "Unhandled services"
for us to use this more nicely we will put a touch screen there instead and the only think i miss in the gui then is to see the IP of the host..
is it possible to fetch IP adress from nagioscore?
and then type it between Host and Uptime?
Works great, and was very easy to install. Great addon! Thanks.
I followed the install PDF, and updated the paths.
Ran the install.php. All is ok from the install point of view. The webserver authenticates me (checked httpd log) and I can see the nagios.png if I refer to it in the url.
I have double checked the paths and the file are correct, but when browsing to /nagiosmobile, I get a blank page, is there any way to enable a debug mode?
The error messages should output in your apache log: /var/log/httpd/error_log. Go ahead and post what you're seeing to the Nagios Mobile Forum which is linked above.
This might be fixed already in 1.02. There was some debug output that might have been breaking the stylesheet. Go ahead and post to the Nagios Mobile Forum if the issue persists after update.
when logging in via Safari on Mac, iPad or iPhone it wont authenticate? Help please
I did some digging on this, and it looks like Apple's Safari browser doesn't handle http basic-auth especially well compared to other browsers. Here's what I found: https://discussions.apple.com/message/15971301#15971301
I'll do some looking and see if there's some sort of setting that needs to be changed for it to work properly. If you find a solution, go ahead and post it.
This works fine inside a Sharepoint page viewer webpart even though it was not the original intended use.
It would be nicer still if the links could be configured. Now you have a link to /nagiosxi and one to /nagios and I think you need only one, either to xi or to core.
I have one question, is it possible to disconnect from the web site when we are identified ?
If anything would change, I'd consider simple sed commands to input the users appropriate variables for command, status, CGI, and objects. Maybe a prompt after it finishes the install script that says "hey, we've found these 4 variables, would you like to append these values to your nagiosgraph config file"
This is, of course, a very low priority type of change. Thanks again!