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Monitoring multiple sites on a single server using OpsView

We have several web servers. On each of these servers there can be ~250 web sites. I need to add a HTTP check for each site on each server. Each site has a reserved host header that we know can always ...
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check_snmp warning & critical thresholds with negative values

I'm querying some signal level values measured in dBm, and the SNMP host on the remove device reports the values as negative values, ie, -90 dBm. However, check-snmp seems to be incapable of dealing ...
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Use 3rd party tools with opsview

How can I use 3rd party tools like nagstamon nagios monitoring or the iphone tools with opsview? there is no cgi-bin anymore it seems (you get redirected to status/hostgroup)
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Opsview Notifications, how to report event duration

At present, Opsview reports recoveries in the following format: RECOVERY: Internal Alarm is OK on host Ellie: SNMP OK - 0 Service: Internal Alarm Host: Ellie Alias: Ellie Address: 1.2.3.4 State: OK ...
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nagios error 127: ./check_icmp: No such file or directory (some plugins won't execute)

I'm running opsview (nagios) and 1 slave server doesn't execute some plugins correctly Return code of 127 is out of bounds - plugin may be missing when I execute the plugin manually it says ...
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Network port open, but no process attached?

I have a weird situation going on with an open network port. My main question is, why would there not be a program associated with an open TCP port: netstat -ln --program Active Internet connections ...
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Opsview: Use a service multiple times with different arguments

I'm currently having a look at Opsview, which looks quiet good. I downloaded the virtual appliance to make some tests and at the moment I'm a bit stuck on a part which I considered to be very easy. I ...
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How do I monitor Microsoft SQL cluster availability in Nagios?

We run a system designed to integrate with Microsoft SQL Server, in a clustered setup. Currently we have both database nodes monitored under Nagios, and everything's fine except the database host ...