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Thruk

Current Version
2.24
Last Release Date
2018-10-29
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
  • Nagios 4.x
Owner
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License
GPL
Hits
32225

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Thruk is a CGI replacement which connects to multiple Nagios instances using the Livestatus addon. It is designed to be a "dropin" replacement and covers all of the original features plus additional enhancements for large installations and increased usability.

The Download is available at: http://www.thruk.org/
or check out the source on github: https://github.com/sni/Thruk
Thruk is a CGI replacement which connects to multiple Nagios instances using the Livestatus addon. It is designed to be a "dropin" replacement and covers all of the original features plus additional enhancements for large installations and increased usability.

Main Features / Advantages

* multiple backends
* faster, 100.000 services and more...
* less cpu usage
* display live data, no delay between core and gui
* independant from monitoring core, can be installed on remote host
* clusterable, can be clustered over hosts
* change status.cgi filter inline
* extended logfile search
* better logging, uses log4perl (who submitted which command?)
* no frames ( can be reenabled for better addon integration)
* easy to extend with plugins
* paging ( can be disabled and customized )
* multiple themes included
* Excel export for status and logfiles
* Adjustable side menu
* Full expanded plugin commandline for easy testing
* Save searches like bookmarks
* Config Tool included
* Mobile interface included
* SLA Reports in PDF format
* Recurring Downtimes
* Fully Featured Dashboard
* Business Process Addon
Reviews (1)
byjsellens, August 2, 2011
1 of 3 people found this review helpful
We're now using thruk primarily to aggregate 3 separate Nagios servers, and it's a great tool. The interface is obvious if you're familiar with the classic Nagios interface, and it behaves just as you would expect. We connect over the open network using ssh tunnels to livestatus endpoints. Works like a charm! Thanks!