Fully Automated Nagios or FAN Nagios is the Free Network Monitoring System based on open source Nagios Core.Front End Used “Centreon Front End“. We have try to make it easy to understand and install FAN Nagios for our readers.Lets enjoy the installation and let us know your experience for Fully Automated Nagios installation and inform us in comment Box.
Fully Automated Nagios: Host and service config issue
Fully Automated Nagios,Host and service are not showing in monitoring view ? You have to export your configuration, go to Configuration > Monitoring Engines > Generate Select a poller Check “Move Export Files” and “Restart Monitoring Engine” Click on Export I have observed that, ” after any config change, we need to export it to take effect”. Feel … Read more
Command To Update Fully Automated Nagios
Command To Update Fully Automated Nagios(FAN Nagios) # yum Update Wait ! untill it download and install all updates. It will show you centreon 5.11 (Before update , it’s Centreon 5.9) Feel Free To Query in Comment Box.
How To Backup and Restore Fully Automated Nagios(FAN Nagios) with Configuration and All.
FAN Server Backup The fan-backup script is available if you want backup your FAN server. Install the fan-backup rpm : # yum install fan-backup To backup a FAN standonale, run # /opt/fan_backup.pl -s To get help, run : # /opt/fan_backup.pl –help FAN Server Restore To restore a backup files, run : # cd /var/backup/XXXXXXXX_XXXXXX/ # … Read more
Reset Default Login Password For Fully Automated Nagios(FAN Nagios) Web Interface
For Fully Automated Nagios Go to the Centreon web interface of fully automated nagios. Select Configuration >Users> nagiosadmin then you can change the password (Or whatever your admin user name) Launch this command on the FAN server : Note: Fully Automated Nagios Centreon Default Password is “nagiosadmin“ Change centreon password from console. The default login … Read more