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Nagios Exchange

Nagios® Exchange is the central place where you'll find all types of Nagios projects - plugins, addons, documentation, extensions, and more. This site is designed for the Nagios Community to share its Nagios creations.

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  • check_loadaverage

    This is a plugin designed using Bash script. This plugin is created so that 'Performance Gauges' in Nagios XI work properly, showing appropriate 'Warning' and 'Critical' regions.

  • Nagios Reactor - Executing Event Chains Automatically Using Schedules and Crons

    This document describes how to configure Nagios Reactor to automatically execute event chains at specific times using schedules and allow Nagios Reactor administrators to configure Crons that all users have access to. This document is intended for use by Nagios Reactor users who want to add schedules to their event chains. Crons are only configurable by administrators who are usually tasked with managing event chains.

  • Nagios Reactor - Disk Space Action

    One of the most common technical issues that can arise is a failure due to lack of free space. Running out of free space plagues end users and system administrators alike. In this document, we'll describe how to handle this situation gracefully to keep your infrastructure up and running. This tutorial will use NRPE to facilitate communication with the target machine. NRPE can be added to any Windows, Unix or Linux variant.

  • Nagios Reactor - Creating Loops In Event Chains

    This document describes how to create loops – similar to the for() and while() constructs in most scripting and programming languages - in Nagios Reactor event chains. These constructs are useful for creating loops that accomplish a task in the same or a similar manner. This document will take you step-by-step through the process of creating an event chain that contains a loop, which performs an action a number of times using basic and logic blocks.

  • Nagios Reactor - Creating Event Chains

    Event chains are the main function of Nagios Reactor and control the decision making process. Without event chains, Nagios Reactor would have no idea how to operate or what to do. In this document, we'll discuss how to create event chains in order to control the logical operation of Reactor. Furthermore, we'll discuss using Crons to launch our event chains on some defined schedule. This document is intended for people who are new to Nagios Reactor and want to learn the basic control structures that govern events.

  • Nagios Reactor - Executing Remote Commands via SSH

    This document describes how to create event chains with Nagios Reactor. Event chains are used to take action when some condition is met. This document is intended for network administrators who wish to optimize their environment. We'll outline the process for running SSH commands against a remote client in order to restart HTTPD.

  • Nagios Reactor - Exporting Event Chains

    This document describes how to export event chains from Nagios Reactor. Exporting allows you to save an encoded representation of an event chain for backup purposes, sharing chains with others, and importing chains into another Nagios Reactor server. This document is intended for use by both Nagios Reactor administrators and end users.

  • Nagios Reactor - Importing Event Chains

    This document describes how to import event chains from Nagios Reactor using a previously exported event chain file. This document is intended for use by both Nagios Reactor administrators and end users.

  • Nagios Reactor - Installing New Actions

    This document describes how to install new actions in Nagios Reactor. Actions allow users to add additional functionality in both the basic blocks and logic blocks of their event chains. This document is intended for use by Nagios administrators.

  • Nagios Reactor - Installing New Conditions

    This document describes how to install new conditions in Nagios Reactor. Conditions allow users to add additional functionality to the logic blocks of their event chains. This document is intended for use by Nagios administrators.

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