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Nagios XI Documentation

Documentation on using Nagios XI. Documentation is meant to complement the Nagios XI manuals and tutorials.



Nagios XI – Understanding User Macros | Print |  E-mail

This document describes how to implement and use user macros in a working environment. This is useful for users who want to obfuscate sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, etc. User macros are helpful in specifying paths to plugins and event handlers. In addition, user macros allow strings with illegal characters (Such as ! and $) to be used in the Core Configuration Manager.

This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators that wish to obfuscate arguments that may contain sensitive information.

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Nagios XI – How to Monitor Apache Cassandra Distributed Databases | Print |  E-mail

This document describes how to configure Nagios® XI™ to monitor Apache Cassandra distributed database implementations in order to ensure that data, as well as the hardware housing it, is operating properly.

This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators who wish to configure Nagios XI to monitor Apache Cassandra distributed databases.

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Nagios XI – Log Locations and Descriptions | Print |  E-mail

This document describes the Nagios Core, Nagios XI, and system logs on a Nagios XI server, including the locations and a brief descriptions of their potential contents and diagnostic uses.

This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators who want to have a better understanding of the logging architecture in Nagios XI and wish to diagnose potential Nagios XI issues with or without the help of Nagios Support.

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How To Monitor Website Defacement With Nagios XI | Print |  E-mail

This document describes how use the Website Defacement Wizard to monitor your websites for defacement, modification and malicious insertions with Nagios® XI™. The Website Defacement Wizard provides an automated method for monitoring your website for defacement, and notifies you when your website contains undesirable content.

This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators and end-users who want to monitor their websites for defacement.

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Integrating Nagios Incident Manager with Nagios XI | Print |  E-mail

This document describes how to integrate Nagios XI events with Nagios Incident Manager. It is intended for use by Administrators who wish to automatically create and manage Nagios XI incidents in Nagios Incident Manager. This document assumes the reader has both Nagios XI and Nagios Incident Manager installations already completed.

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Monitoring WebLogic With Nagios XI | Print |  E-mail

This document describes how to monitor a WebLogic installation with Nagios XI in order to give you a better view of the health of your WebLogic application server and allow you to be notified your staff when issues arise. WebLogic is a Java-based application server that acts as middleware between an application and the Java environment. This document will go over monitoring various aspects of WebLogic such as current connections, heap usage, and stuck threads.

This document is intended for use by Nagios administrators looking to monitor their WebLogic application servers to gain greater insight into the health of their IT infrastructure.

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Nagios XI – How to Generate SLA Reports | Print |  E-mail

This document is intended to give an overview of how to generate and interpret the SLA (Service-Level Agreement) reporting functionality within Nagios® XI™. This report is very useful if you have SLA's to maintain within you organization, especially if you have separate SLA's by hosts, hostgroups and servicegroups.

This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators that need to be able to generate specialized SLA reports based on hosts, hostgroups and servicegroups being monitored within the Nagios XI system.

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Nagios XI – Monitoring a MongoDB Database | Print |  E-mail

This document describes how to monitor MongoDB databases with Nagios XI in order to monitor the number of collections and/or objects in the database, as well as size of the database. The information you collect by monitoring your MongoDB database will help you determine when documents are written into the database or if the size of the database is getting too large.

This document is intended for Nagios Administrators who want to monitor their MongoDB instances with Nagios XI 2014.

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Nagios XI – Monitoring a MongoDB Server | Print |  E-mail

This document describes how to monitor a MongoDB server with Nagios® XI™ using the MongoDB Server Configuration Wizard in order to monitor the health of your server. The wizard supplies checks to monitor the following: number of queries per second, memory usage, the number of databases on the server, and percentage of free connections available.

This document is intended for Nagios Administrators who want to monitor their MongoDB server with Nagios XI 2014.

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Nagios XI – How To Monitor JMX With Nagios XI | Print |  E-mail

This document will cover how to monitor java application servers as well as how to configure check_jmx within Nagios® XI™ in order for users to be notified when java applications are not functioning properly.

This document is intended for use by Nagios XI Administrators who wish to monitor JMX applications remotely using JMX.

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