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This integration allows xMatters users to integrate with Nagios Core and XI to allow for the initiation of communication events triggered by an email alert. Version 2 has been updated to use the xMatters On-Demand REST API, removing any dependencies on your mail servers to ensure notifications are sent to the right people at the right time - in the event that Nagios detects any issues in your infrastructure.
ControlNCloud Nagios plugin for hybrid monitoring. Get result of the monitoring of your website from the ControlNCloud supervision in Nagios.
Nagios Agent Installation
This script will add a remote nagios agent ( centos/rhel/ubuntu/debian/fedora) autometically with basic checks.
Nagios XI - Introduction to Event Handlers
This document describes how to use event handlers in Nagios XI to take predefined actions when the hosts or services you are monitoring change state. Event handlers are used to automate processes taken when there is a state change for a specific host or service. This is useful because it reduces the amount of manual work when something changes in your environment. This document also includes some tips for advanced configurations and scripts. This document is intended for use by Nagios XI administrators who want to implement custom event handler scripts beyond the simple stopping and restarting of services. Basic functional knowledge of shell scripting and Nagios macros is recommended.
unattended_upgrades reboot required (Ubuntu/Debian)
Displays a critical problem if unattended_upgrades is installed or configured incorrectly. Displays a warning if the server needs rebooting.
Nagios XI – Understanding User Macros
This document describes how to implement and use user macros in a working environment. This is useful for users who want to obfuscate sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, etc. User macros are helpful in specifying paths to plugins and event handlers. In addition, user macros allow strings with illegal characters (Such as ! and $) to be used in the Core Configuration Manager. This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators that wish to obfuscate arguments that may contain sensitive information.
Minimalistic email loop delay check perl script. It sends a probe message, forks, then parent returns to Nagios, child sleeps for threshold(s) and awakes/receive/deletes probe message and notifies Nagios submitting as passive check result. No smtp authentication. Receives either from pop3 or imap mail servers.
Check Microsoft Exchange 2010 Health
Checks Microsoft Exchange 2010 mailbox health, excluding recovery databases, and checking latest backup date
Use curl to retrieve a specified metric from a graphite http interface and determine status based on hi/lo ranges. Useful to integrate Nagios and Graphite "à la cacti".
Nagios plugin that checks the status of OSPF neighbors on a Cisco IOS router. Latest version: https://github.com/critikaster/check_ospf.py