How to configure Nagios 2.0 in Rhel 5

Posted on 2008-11-13
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Hi all

        I have successfully installed Nagios 2.0 in my Rhel 5 Box but i am bit confused on how to configure nagios.
after installation in the /usr/local/nagios/etc i can see the below mentiond file.i have edited contact,contactgroup,cgi.cfg but i dont know how to edit services.cfg.i need to monitor all services for windows and linux and the plugin which i am planning to use is nrpe.Please help me.







Question by:jeebukarthikeyan
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Thanks i solved the problem
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Groundwork is a nice collection of open-source monitoring tools: nagios, cacti, etc.  It has a decent web-based nagios config tool.  Useful if you are struggling with maintaining your configs.

If you just want nagios, and none of the other stuff, you can just use the monarch nagios config part of groundwork:

Here is a good list of front-ends too, if you're interested:

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