Nagios XI will soon support additional operating systems! Having the right resources in place is a critical step for any IT environment. The freedom and flexibility to choose the right operating system gives administrators the power to deploy and customize a … Read More
Author Archives: Rose Todaro
Do Nagios NCPA memory stats match the output of the Linux utility free? Many admins like sanity checks when investigating new tools. We sometimes hear the objection that NCPA memory stats don’t match the output of the Linux utility free— … Read More
Nagios has released Nagios Core 4.4.1 today! Check out all of the enhancements and additions to the configure/make process and much more by clicking the link below. Click here to view the full Changelog!
We have been made aware of a chain of four security vulnerabilities in Nagios XI that allow a potential attacker to create a root “remote command execution” exploit. Your system is especially vulnerable if it is accessible via the … Read More
by Aaron Cieslicki My Compost Pile Sends Nagios Notifications If you needed any more proof that Nagios can monitor just about anything, here you go: Nagios monitors my compost pile. And while this article is focused on compost, … Read More
Today we’re featuring Robbie Ferguson, a Nagios community member, the winner of our case study contest and the founder of Category5 TV. We loved hearing about his creative Nagios projects, as well as his use of Nagios to help … Read More