, January 21, 2014
I installed and have this running on openSuse and
find it does everything as advertised.
The documentation is excellent, in fact it is one of
the few, sadly, that is complete and carefully
written. I chose the install.pl --layout standalone --prefix /opt/nagiosgraph method of installation; despite not knowing much about Apache.
My congratulations to the developers.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful
When i increase "normal_check_interval" value from default(10min.) to 15min. or greater for any service, nagios stops receiving performance data in .rrd files.
I also checked it with increasing "perfdata_timeout" value but it didn't work.
Nagios version: Nagios Core 3.5.0 or 3.2.3
plugin version: nagios-plugins-1.4.16
Nagiosgraph version: nagiosgraph-1.4.4
OS: Redhat 5.8 64bit
service_description Disk-Boot Partition Free Space
PS: Services with default "normal_check_interval" value, giving perfdata continually.
, February 9, 2012
8 of 14 people found this review helpful
Hi expert I need to know if is it possible to install nagiosgraph and nagios on two different server . I like to have nagios on server1 and nagiosgraph on server2 in order to separate the work of the server. If the ansewer is YES , where can I find the install and config information ? Many thank for the help Emilio
9 of 14 people found this review helpful
Nagiosgraph makes rrd integration with Nagios core easy and seamless. Configuration is relatively simple and it makes trends in your metrics easy to spot. Most checks have rrd integration out of the box however if they do not, you can create custom data grids for them. Flexible and extremely useful.
5 of 9 people found this review helpful
6 of 9 people found this review helpful
Works great on centos 5.6 and nagios 3.3.1. Follow the instructions in the README file or their website and you won't have any problems.
4 of 8 people found this review helpful
I tried installing this on RHEL 6, it didn't recognize the RRD libraries, it didn't recognize my GD libraries. I have now manually compiled both and it still doesn't like it. It looks awesome, if it didn't look so damn cool I never would have started manually compiling everything. Oh yea, I also went through CPAN and tried to get it all through there as well, however, I'm very bad with CPAN so maybe ya'll might have better luck. Also found out after reading all the notes that it hasn't been tested on 3.3.1 but I hadn't even gotten far enough for that to make a difference.