Many times when you run out of disk space on the Nagios XI server or you don’t shut down the VM properly, you end up with crashed tables in the MySQL database. One way to solve this issue is to monitor the mysqld.log for errors, and fix the problems in a timely matter. You can easily achieve this goal by monitoring the MySQL logs via Nagios Log Server.
In this article, I will show you how to set up MySQL monitoring in Nagios Log Server, how to use simple searches and how to filter the results. Continue reading ‘How to Monitor MySQL Logs with Nagios Log Server’
The latest Nagios XI, Network Analyzer, and Log Server – Amazon EC2 cloud images have been pushed out to the following additional location:
The Nagios cloud images are an excellent opportunity to leverage the capabilities of Nagios XI, Network Analyzer, and Log Server in your environment without having the upfront expense of dedicated hardware and maintaining the ability to upgrade your system with virtually zero downtime.
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We are pleased to announce that you can now easily launch your Nagios Log Server monitoring server in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). We have clean CentOS 6 images with Nagios Log Server pre-installed available for public and customer use. This makes it extremely easy for Nagios Log Server administrators to start additional servers without the need to procure or invest in hardware. Additionally, those wishing to demo Nagios Log Server can easily do so using the cloud.
Nagios Log Server is a powerful enterprise-class log monitoring and management application that allows organizations to quickly and easily view, sort, and configure logs from any source on any given network. Log Server is designed to analyze, collect, and store log data based on custom specifications, and provide users with extended insight into the data on their network’s infrastructure. Continue reading ‘Nagios Log Server Available in Amazon EC2’
Weblogic is a popular Java-based application server that acts as a middleware between the application and the Java environment. It provides a framework for developing traits such as reliability (recovering from failures), scalability (dynamic service scaling) and security (unified security system for apps). Nagios XI has the ability to monitor various aspects of Weblogic using wlsagent as outlined in our document Monitoring WebLogic With Nagios XI. In this post I will expand upon some of those metrics, such as what they mean and why they are important. Links to further reading will be provided where relevant.
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