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6 Responses

  1. Guy Boisvert says:

    This tool seems to be very good! The only thing i find strange is that the detailed view seems to only show IPv6 stats (there’s only IP6 in the detailed list). Where is IPv4 (main event here!!) ? Checked man pages, googled around to no avail. I’m using Ubuntu 18.04.

  2. harish says:


    I am facing issues about nagios users for viewing particular host and services. please help me how i can create user in nagios core and dedicate host to that user

    • Aaron Kili says:


      Follow the steps below:
      1- Start by creating new contact definitions for your client, for example: contact_name user1.
      2- Then create contact groups or you can add the new contact for you existing group, depending on the checks that you want to permit.
      3- Closely use the new Contact Group with customers email and your main admin. Note you can either use existing Host Groups or create new HostGroups if you choose to.
      4- Finally, add htaccess user to your htpasswd file (htpasswd.users), it important that the username matches the name on your Contact(user1).

      Hope this gives your a rough idea of what to do.

  3. batchen says:

    I got a lot of errors when installing on centos. I got my error fixed installing this missing packages:

    # yum install git autoconf automake gcc

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