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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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  • Installing Nagios XI on CentOS 7 (minimal)

    I was unable to find a guide of this nature on the internet so I wrote one up. It will walk you through the process of installing Nagios on a minimal install of CentOS 7. Note: For those who don't want to mess with separate instances of Python, yet want to use above version 2.7.

  • wsus_report.ps1

    Gathers the node status based on a computergroup, and outputs into html format + nagios check * Match the ComputerGroup with the computergroup name you configured in the WSUS GUI. * Make sure the application can write the output file to the requested location.

  • Nagios Log Server – Using An Output To Create Nagios XI Passive Objects

    This document describes how to use a Nagios Log Server Output to create Passive Host and Service objects in Nagios XI. This document provides an example of how Nagios Log Server Outputs can perform tasks on the log data it receives. This document is intended for use by Nagios Administrators who wish to automate the creation of passive host and service objects in Nagios XI. It also is a learning tool for how to use Outputs in Nagios Log Server.

  • Sending Nagios Core Logs To Nagios Log Server

    This document describes how to send Nagios Core logs to Nagios Log Server. This documentation also applies to Nagios XI as it uses Nagios Core in the backend. This document is intended for use by Nagios Administrators who wish to analyze their Nagios Core logs.

  • check_windows_repadmin

    check_windows_repadmin is a Windows plugin for Nagios which checks the status of the replications in Microsoft Active Directory. The plugin detects the status of all the replication partners and consists of two parts: the check itself and a task, which has to be started every 5 – 60 minutes for writing log data. This task (task_windows_repadmin.exe) can be arranged through the Windows internal task scheduler for an execution every n minutes. The log file generated by the task will be analysed by the check.

  • check_windows_dns

    check_windows_dns is a Windows plugin for Nagios which checks the condition of DNS supported by Active Directory systems. The plugin detects the condition of DNS and shows errors, if there are disturbances.

  • check_regkey

    check_regkey performs a check for existence of specified Registrykeys and displays their value

  • check_output

    check_output is a Windows-Plugin for Nagios, which evaluates return values ??of invoked programs. Supports regular expressions (Regex).

  • check_megaraid_windows

    check_megaraid_windows is a Windows plugin for Nagios which checks the status of LSI/MegaRaid Raid Controller. The plugin determines the status of Raidsets, RAID controllers and of individual discs (S.M.A.R.T), while all stripe types are supported.

  • check_intel_rst

    check_intel_rst is a Windows plugin for Nagios which checks the status of Intel’s Rapid Storage Technology (RST) RAIDs. The plugin determines the status of Raids, Raid-Controllers and of individual discs (S.M.A.R.T), while all stripe sets are supported.