Nagios-virt is a configuration tool for adding monitoring of your virtualised domains to Nagios. You can use this tool to either set up a new Nagios installation for your Xen or QEMU/KVM guests, or to integrate with your existing Nagios installation.
Nagios-virt is built on top of libvirt so it works with several different virtualisation systems.
The license is the GNU General Public License, version 2 or above.
The main program is called
nagios-virt). To get help online, do:
It may be helpful to print nagios-virt's configuration, to check that it matches where you think Nagios configuration files, etc. should be installed.
$ nagios-virt config PACKAGE_NAME nagios-virt PACKAGE_VERSION version NAGIOS_CONFIGDIR /etc/nagios NV_DATADIR /usr/share/nagios-virt-version
Assuming Xen, you can get nagios-virt to build and test its configuration files for you by doing:
This will generate two files:
nagios-virt install, this file will be backed up as
virt-hosts.cfg.nvoldand a new file created in its place.
Nagios-virt doesn't alter any other configuration files.
Read and follow the instructions that nagios-virt prints out after installation.
nagios-virt -c qemu:///system install
Please report bugs through Red Hat Bugzilla.
./configure make sudo make install
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