matthew.summers at liquidustech
Jul 8, 2008, 8:16 AM
Post #5 of 11
Chris Gianelloni wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-07-07 at 20:08 +0200, Sven Vermeulen wrote:
>> Always. I'm not familiar with Nagios (only on lappy and lguest test
>> images) so any help is appreciated. I just committed my current draft
>> state (not much, but it shows the structure I'm hoping to go with as
>> well as the content I want to address in the guide).
> Ahh. I use Nagios 2 and Nagios 3 to monitor Gentoo, Red Hat, NetApp
> Filers, Solaris, Cisco switches/routers/firewalls, power distribution
> units, etc.
>> What I definitely need is some input on monitoring other systems (the
>> NRPE plugin, with SSL, and check_ssh) with information about the
>> differences between the methods (I suppose NRPE is a somewhat active
>> approach whereas check_ssh is more a passive "pull" approach).
> Well, those aren't the only options. In fact, I recommend using
> *neither* of them, unless your hosts are on a remote network.
>> You're free to edit the guide, even with just some <pre> tags to help
>> me with the technical stuff :-)
> Sure. I'll send my edits here first, though.
Once these early drafts are in place I'll stick the interns on them for editing, etc.
I'm certainly looking forward to this bit o' doc!
Matthew W. Summers
Chief Executive Officer & Systems Engineer
Liquidus Tech, LLC
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