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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    I'm fairly sure there was a sourceforge project that prepackaged everything into a nice easy installer for windows. I shall attempt to find it.

    Cacti works out the box btw. You can use that with any WAMP install.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Found it. It's called NINO.

    http://nino.sourceforge.net/

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    That's great Geoff,

    Thanks!

    Ash.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Geoff,

    Just looked at NINO. I'm presuming that i install this and will install Perl, PHP, Apache and MySQL. Can i then use the nagios package to run nagios. Just trying to figure out where to put the extracted nagios files after the NINO is installed or is NINO with everything integrated inc. Nagios?

    Thanks!

    Ash.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Looking at it I would say it's a complete install using nagios as it's management and monitoring program.

    Ben

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    If you install the NINO package, you don't need anything else.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Thanks for the clarification guys.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_
    For those of you who haven't seen Nagios yet (you haven't lived), I thought I'd post a couple of quick screen grabs.

    I will apologise for the smallness of this iMacs screen firstly and I must also apologise for my dmub-ass server which is refusing to allow me to edit the extended info for the devices (hence why everything appears as a question mark). I'm getting there though
    Hi Ric,

    Where did you get your Nagios from and how did you set it up to get the HP information?

    Cheers

    Tom

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    I think the printer info just gets detected via SNMP. There's nothing HP specific involved. Any SNMP aware printer would work.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    I installed Nagios on Debian using the apt package. For the HP printer info, I simply used the check_hpjd plugin - I think that this is an extension of the check_snmp plugin.

    Most things can be checked with check_snmp - check www.nagiosexchange.org for more hints.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Hi Guys,

    I've just installed NINO on a windows xp PC and it installed correctly. Following the instructions to configure everything i am being prompted for an username and password.

    I can't seem to find the default username or password in the documentation.

    Any thoughts?

    Ashok.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    From the NINO install guide:

    The default administrative user is admin, the default password is admin. After installation of NINO this password should be changed.
    You might want to read the rest of it...

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Thanks Geoff,

    I wasn't obviously looking in the right place

    Ash.

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    I have just got it to a satisfactory stage on Ubuntu. If you follow the docs for debian lower down on the page to install from source you cant go too wrong. The only thing I am struggling to get workign is the external comamnds even though I have done it manually and let the install set the permissions.

    The only other annoyance which Ric warned me of is with the HPJD plugin wwhich isnt the plugins fault but HP.
    I ahve 4050, 4100, 4250, 1100, 1200, 2800, K850 printers and the likes of the 1200 and K850s dont have a proper jet direct card and seem to be lacking in SNMP support so all I can do at the moment is see if they are alive on the network :| .

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    Re: Loving Nagios!

    Just found another good looking monitoring server:

    http://www.zabbix.com

    Ben

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