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I had to change the Loc Host= to the FQDN name of the server running Nagios/PNP4Nagios/Highcharts (the same machine for me).
This is documentet in the html file directly but not in the readme or install file.
I used FAN 2.1.3 last year and 2.4-RC1 this year with about 50 hosts and 200 services across a campus LAN plus the Cloud.
Half of the hosts were just pinged, another quarter were pinged and checked for HTTP(S) and SSH response, and the remaining quarter had NRPE installed and had a dozen or so services monitored each.
Installed Highcharts as described, but it is onlw showing timerange for select. There is no errors in Apache log, and i have read installation instructions. I'd say this is a great start for making graphs look much better in Nagios, but the "Highcharts for Nagios" plug-in really needs a few more things.Initially we used 3 hosts (Centreon, My SQL and nagios poller), but later re-installed on one host.We were very happy with the price (free), features and ease-of-use for untrained operators.I made, on a development platform, an installation of Shinken / Centreon. Everything work fine (need some adjustement in config file, set nex rights on floders). The other problem is that i don't really know how centstorage take the data to feed the database.I think that centstorage take it from the service-perfdata, but that one is growing up so centstorage do not empty it. And thanks again for the good work ;-) Hi, In the /etc/shinken/file you can see the Service-Perfdata module.
Conceptually, Centreon is a slick web-based UI that stores configuration info in My SQL, and lets you publish a nagios configuration (static files) and view graphs with MRTG.