How to I can monitoring my icinga server in ubuntu.

Posted September 22, 2014 3.5k views

I already install and manually configure the Icinga server in Ubuntu. But i don’t know how to monitoring and troubleshooting this this server. Please given this solution. How to i can monitor and troubleshooting this server?

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This tutorial will walk you through installing Icinga, configuring it, and setting up some basic services and monitor checks:

It should then notify you (and, by default, send you an email) whenever something is wrong with a service/check so that you can log in and see what’s going on.

by Mitchell Anicas
In this tutorial, we will go over the installation of Icinga, an open source monitoring system, on Ubuntu 14.04. We will cover some basic configuration, so you will be able to monitor network services and host resources via the web interface. We will also utilize the Nagios Remote Plugin Executor (NRPE), that will be installed as an agent on remote systems to monitor their local resources (disk usage, number of logged in users, etc.).