For the few who have never heard of Nagios, it is one of the most used monitoring software, completely open source and under active development. It can watch events happening on both hosts (supporting a broad range of operating systems) and network devices, alerting users when a resource, a service or an application fails and also when its functionality is restored. 2,581 more words
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Nagios: Starting NSClient++ service fails with the error 'NSClient++ (x64) is not a valid Win32 application.'
I was recently investigating an issue where the Nagios monitoring agent (NSClient++) service failed to start with the following error message:
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The NSClient++ (x64) service failed to start due to the following error:
IT monitoring-specialist ScienceLogic just landed $43 million in a Series D funding round, which will give it more resources as it continues to advocate for the… 327 more words
Beware of rejoining a Linux server to a Windows domain.
After restarting winbind service and rejoining a server running RHEL 6.6 within a Windows domain, the monitoring of this server and its services started to be a real mess, sending false alerts. 64 more words