Nagios 4.0.1 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS 6.x/5.x and Fedora 19/18/17

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249 Responses

  1. Maruti says:

    I have followed your instructions and installed nagios even though some libraries are missing on my localhost.

    Do you have instructions for installing Nagios NRPE and monitoring remote service via nagios web page.

    Thanks alot:)

  2. Ian Lleva says:


    I follow the steps in installing nagios on centos, the installation go smoothly. but when i try to access the web interface it shows “This webpage is not available ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT”. I disabled the selinux the restart both httpd and nagios service but still having same error.

    Please Help. Thanks

  3. Rajan says:

    How to add Network Devices in Nagios 4.0.1

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Sorry we haven’t covered that topic so far, but we are in process to soon post a topic that shows how to add Network devices, switches and printers to Nagios monitoring Server. Stay tuned for updates..

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