Nagios 4.2.0 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS 7.x/6.x/5.x and Fedora 24-19

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302 Responses

  1. sheikvara says:

    Awesome hats off to you Ravi.

    Thanks,
    Sheikvara

  2. Anil kumar kalu says:

    Hi
    This is Anil kumar kalu and i configured Nagios with ZERO errors and finally all are over.
    but when i type in google chrome in my lapy like ” 192.168.16.3/nagios or http://192.168.16.3/nagios
    its showing

    “””’ Forbidden
    You don’t have permission to access /nagios/ on this server. Apache/2.2.15 (Red Hat) Server at 192.168.16.3 Port 80 “””””””

    so please help me and my os is windows-10 , vmware-08 , linux-RHEL-06.
    i will wait for your feed back.
    Thank you.

  3. Brt23 says:

    Hi,

    I followed the installation procedure and seems to be running without any errors, but when trying to access from browser [chrome] – it asks for username and password and then the browser throws “ERR_CONNECTION_ABORTED”.

    Can you help me with identifying the issue please.?..

    Notes:
    – Nagios credentials are verified
    – /usr/local/nagios/bin/nagios -v /usr/local/nagios/etc/nagios.cfg has zero warning/errors
    – URL: http:///nagios
    – http:// opens as a default Apache Welcome Page, no errors here!

    On the server:
    – #service nagios status
    nagios (pid 22576 22575 22574 22573 22572 22570 2449 2366 2365 2364 2363 2357) is running…
    – #service httpd status
    httpd (pid 22611) is running…
    – # iptables -L -n | grep 80
    ACCEPT tcp — 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 tcp dpt:80

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Bharath,

      It something related to your Windows chrome issue, try to open the Nagios using other browser such as Firefox or Opera and see..

      • Brt23 says:

        Thanks for responding Ravi,

        I tried the same with IE (v11) and Firefox (v45.2.0), but here http://IP/nagios fails to ask for username/password.
        But Apache default page works in all browsers, so kind of stuck with figuring out if this is a browser/client or server issue.

        Error:
        Page cant be displayed [IE] or Connection error [Firefox]

        Can I debug the connection on Nagios Server or check if the requests are hitting it..?

      • Brt23 says:

        Thanks for responding Ravi,

        I tried accessing the same from IE[v11] and Firefox[v45.2.0] but it fails to ask Nagios credentials.
        Whereas in Chrome [incognito mode], it asks for nagios credentials but then fails to open the webpage.

        Is there a way i can debug this issue?
        As i am not sure if this is a browser/client or server side config issue.

        • Ravi Saive says:

          @Bharath,

          I suggest you to try to open the Nagios page within the Nagios Monitoring server terminal using links or lynx commandline browsing tools and see the page opens with authentication or you still see the same error page, if you able to open it via console, then it seems issue with your client OS or browser..

      • Brt23 says:

        Thanks,

        It worked on local using command line [lynx] with authentication.
        So, as you mentioned it should be an issue with client/browser.

        • Ravi Saive says:

          @Bharath,

          Yes, the issue with your client machine or browser, try to check the Nagios web from other machine with different OS or browser..

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