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Fully Automated Nagios: System Requirements 0

fully automated nagios system requirements

minimum/recommended system requirements

Before you start to install and configure fan nagios , you should be aware about minimum/recommonded system requirement for fully automated nagios.

nagios system requirements




You can install FAN on VMware ESX 3.5 or vSphere 4.1, but it is not recommended for large perimeters (1000 hosts and 5000 services for example). However we recommend using one vCPU.

Reference: fan nagios website

Fully Automated Nagios Add Host Using Web Console 2

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Fully Automated Nagios Monitoring platform is ready now to monitor your first servers or network equipment . It is simple to start monitoring.
First Step : Need to Login into Centreon Web Console With Administrative Credentials.
For Example: 
                      Username  : nagios
                      Password   : nagios
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Figure: Fully Automated Nagios

Go to the Configuration > Hosts 

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                                                         Figure: Fully Automated Nagios Add Host


 >Go to  Hosts menu and click on Add button:
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Figure :   Fully Automated Nagios Add Host


Host Configuration :

 Fully Automated Nagios Add Host

Figure : Fully Automated Nagios Add Host

Compulsory Field:
Host Name:
IP Address:
Host Check Properties :
Define , Check Period,Check Command and Args (Arguments)
Check period you can choose 24×7 or whatever your workinghours.
In check command field you can choose whatever you need to check or monitor for that host.
Like CPU Command for Monitoring CPU Utilization
Memory Command for RAM/Memory Utilization and same like for Disk Utilization.
I will give you example below to understand clearly.
If you want to monitor CPU utilization of
IP Address: X.X.X.X
Check Period: 24×7
Check Command: Check_Centreon_CPU ( To understand command definition go through below definition)
(Definition below is only for understanding purpose)
Note: All arguments are not compulsory
Fully Automated Nagios Add Host

Figure : Fully Automated Nagios Add Host


Args: !1!$USER2$!80!90 (Default Value, It shows -w for warning level=80 and -c for critical level=90


Fully Automated Nagios Add Host

Figure : Fully Automated Nagios Add Host


By default Active Check Enabled.
In case of some scenario if you want to disable Active Check then you can choose = No
Passive check by default = Disabled,
You can enable it if require, If passive check is disabled
then you can not submit result manually.
Notification Enabled : Select Default
( By default notification is enabled)
Linked Contacts : Define one linked contacts ,
For example ” supervisor “
Notification Interval :
You say “0” x 60 Seconds
Notification Period : 24×7
Notification Options : Select as per your requirement
[ √ ]Down  [ √ ]Unreachable   [ √ ]Recovery   [ √ ]Flapping   [ √ ]Downtime Scheduled
First Notification Delay :
You can Select “0” x 60 Seconds
Basic configuration is over. By providing this much of information you can monitor your object.
Let’s move to more advance configuration.
Now Second Tab : Relation
In this section there is a four options,
1.Parent Host Groups
2.Parent Host Categories
3.Parent Host
4.Child Host
You can define any or all as per your requirement
you can configure value in 3rd and 4th Tab as per your requirement or choose default values.

Fully Automated Nagios Inatallation Guide Step By Step 2

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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. (more…)

Fully Automated Nagios: Host and service config issue 1

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Fully Automated Nagios,Host and service are not showing in monitoring view ?


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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 Free to Query in Comment Box