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Extracts information from Nagios-config and writes nice Graphs
With NDO this can be accomplished much neater. So I'll close it down.
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This script takes the objects.cache file from ./ and then writes the files HostAndServices.dot and ContactsAndGroups.dot to the current directory. (Existing files will be overwritten)

Theese files will be used with the Graphviz-Tool dot to create a graphical overview about some of the many aspects of the Nagios-Configuration.

Tested with Nagios 2.4

One graph shows Parent ---> Hosts ---> Services ---> Contactgroups + Contactgroups

The other Contactgroups ---> Contacts ---> Service-Notification-Command + Host-Notification-Command

Possible ToDos:
- Help function
- Extract colors and labels from awk to a common position
- More control of dot from this script
- Do some pagination of the output-files (pdf?)
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