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PNP4Nagios Popular

Current Version
0.6.21
Last Release Date
2012-03-25
Compatible With
  • Nagios 2.x
  • Nagios 3.x
Hits
537333

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PNP is an addon to Nagios which analyzes performance data provided by plugins and stores them automatically into RRD-databases (Round Robin Databases, see RRD Tool).
Reviews (5)
This is a Nagios must have if you want great performance graphs.

If I could suggest one thing, it would be that it somehow graph the performance of your Nagios core daemon without any customization.

The classic MRTG graphs to graph that type of information are not user friendly like PNP4Nagios is.
I added PNP4Nagios to my environment over the last few days. Other than making some simple configuration changes to account for the RPM package-based installation, it installed easily and works very well. It even includes a mobile web interface!
bysircharlo, November 25, 2011
Amazing plugin, compiled from source on Ubuntu 11.10 with Nagios 3.1.1.

Works great, takes a lot of tweaking and configuring but is amazing once you're done.
bykosarajudeepak, November 5, 2010
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Very Impressive at first I decided to go with nagiosgrapher but exporting reports to PDF really made my day to thing pnp4nagios is my choice.
byahuffman, August 26, 2009
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
This adds some nice graphs to your services and hosts. The popup config is great for displaying performance data.