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Nagios Admin Guide - To add hosts for Monitoring

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Hello Everybody,
I have set up Nagios Version 3.2.1 on CentOS. (First time)

Next task is to configure the hosts and services to monitor, I'm not able to find a proper admin guide do the same.

Appreciate if any body can provide links for admin guide.

Regards,
Anantha
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If you want some enterprise support beyond that post,custom plugins development and plugins integration, you may contact me using the mail in my  profile.
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Try this

http://www.kernelhardware.org/nagios-nrpe-to-monitor-remote-linux-server/


Follow this manual....100% it will work.....it has Create NRPE Command Definition  which many of the manual does not include which is necessary for monitor remote host...
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Hello everybody thanks for the links, is there any guide on how to remove the nagios (compiled one) from my centos srv
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Why remove? Nagios is cool... All the links above are very useful.  But the experience may vary depening on individuals.

For managing nagios hosts/service, I myself use Nconf (https://www.nconf.org/).

>> Hello everybody thanks for the links, is there any guide on how to remove the nagios (compiled one) from my centos srv

:) I presume, just do a "rm -rf /usr/local/nagios", and "rm /etc/init.d/nagios" would do.

if you install via yum, yum erase nagios, or rpm -e nagios would do if you install via yum, or rpm.
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Thanks for comments, was helpful
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