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    Nagios Problems

    Seem to be having some serious issues with nagios v3 that i can't seem to fault

    One of the faults is that i keep getting this message...

    It appears as though you do not have permission to view information for any of the services you requested...

    If you believe this is an error, check the HTTP server authentication requirements for accessing this CGI
    and check the authorization options in your CGI configuration file.
    as seen in picture 2, but then if i click the menu option again it works as it should (picture 3)

    Also in pictures 5 & 6 with in 6 seconds first i don't have any errors and then i do!


    Also if i get a problem with a serivce it doesn't seem to try and recheck it

    Code:
    sterminalserver PING 	CRITICAL 	05-02-2008 17:34:44 	4d 16h 43m 20s 	1/3 	PING CRITICAL - Packet loss = 63%, RTA = 2.91 ms
    As you can see in some of the attachements strange things keep happening.


    Could anyone point me in the right direction and point out what could be wrong.
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    Is HTTP auth setup correctly?

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    where do i change that ?


    i'm running it on debian etch iirc

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    Depends, what sort of auth backend do you use?

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    The Permissions errors seem to be sorted now.

    Somehow i had two instances of nagios of running at the same time ....


    could do with some help why nagios hasn't seemed to checked some hosts in a few days


    Dan

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    The only reason nagios wouldn't check something is because either you've told it not to, or the service/host is dependant on another that is also down, or you broke the nagios daemon.

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