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Good system administrators recognize problems long before anyone asks, "Hey, is the Internet down?" Nagios, an open source system and network monitoring tool, has emerged as the most popular solution for sys admins in organizations of all sizes. It's robust but also complex, and Nagios: System and Network Monitoring, 2nd Edition, updated to address Nagios 3.0, will help you take full advantage of this program.


Nagios, which runs on Linux and most *nix variants, can be configured to continuously monitor network services such as SMTP, POP3, HTTP, NNTP, SSH, and FTP. It can also supervise host resources (processor load, disk and memory usage, running processes, log files, and so on) and environmental factors, such as temperature and humidity. This book is your guide to getting the most out of this versatile and powerful monitoring tool.


Inside Nagios, you'll learn how to:

  • Install and configure the Nagios core, all standard plugins, and selected third-party plugins
  • Configure the notification system to alert you of ongoing problems-and to alarm others in case of a serious crisis
  • Program event handlers to take automatic action when trouble occurs
  • Write Perl plugins to customize Nagios for your unique needs
  • Quickly understand your Nagios data using graphing and visualization tools
  • Monitor Windows servers, SAP systems, and Oracle databases

The book also includes a chapter that highlights the differences between Nagios versions 2 and 3 and gives practical migration and compatibility tips. Nagios: System and Network Monitoring, 2nd Edition is a great starting point for configuring and using Nagios in your own environment.

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Nagios: System and Network Monitoring shows how to configure and use Nagios, an open source system and network monitoring tool. Nagios makes it possible to continuously monitor network services (SMTP, POP3, HTTP, NNTP, PING, etc.), host resources (processor load, disk and memory usage, running processes, log files, etc.), and environmental factors (such as temperature). When Nagios detects a problem, it communicates the information to the sys admin via email, pager, SMS, or other user-defined method; current status information, historical logs, and reports can also be accessed via a web browser. Nagios System and Network Monitoring covers the Nagios core, all standard Nagios plug-ins and selected third-party plug-ins, and shows readers how to write their own plug-ins. The book covers Nagios 2.0 and is backwards compatible with earlier versions.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 5474 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 725 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1593271794
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verlag: No Starch Press; Auflage: 2 (28. Oktober 2008)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B004OEJN10
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Format: Taschenbuch
Bookspecs:
70+ plugins described !!
464 pages

The book (in a typical No Starch Press style) gives a clear, concise rundown about Nagios in general.
As such it is a well written and sound introduction to the Nagios topic.

After having read No Starch*s Nagios book you will know exactly how Nagios works inside.
The thorough explanations, flow charts and many tips and tricks leave no doubt that after you
finished the book you know your way around any Nagios installation.

What is remarkable is, that even though the Nagios topic is fairly young, the authors manage
to describe more than 70+ plugins. !!

One of the features of this book was for me basically a new level of "Usability" - or should I
say "reading quality" ? The text contains virtually "links" to related or refered to sections in
other chapters. That allows the reader to quickly jump back and forth to follow up on something.
A BIG time-saver and from my point of view much appreciated.

Beginners or junior system administrators will find Nostarch's Nagios book an excellent choice.
It doesnt come with all the latest bells and whistles but it certainly covers more than 80% of
what the average joe sysadmin needs to know.

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I can recommend this book if you are in the position, or will be in the position, of network and device monitoring. The chapter about SAP monitoring was absolutely brilliant and luckily contained both networkers' language as well as "SAP-lingo", as opposed to other guides, which seem to contain only one or the other.

This is the third book on Nagios i got and the first to actually be of use.

If you are using nagios or consider using it, this is the book for you.
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HASH(0x9395adbc) von 5 Sternen Best for Nagios admins who want specific details on plug-ins 4. September 2006
Von Richard Bejtlich - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I recently received review copies of Pro Nagios 2.0 (PN2) by James Turnbull and Nagios: System and Network Monitoring (NSANM) by Wolfgang Barth. I read PN2 first, then NSANM. Both are excellent books, but I expect potential readers want to know which is best for them. The following is a radical simplification, and I could honestly recommend readers buy either (or both) books. If you are completely new to Nagios and want a very well-organized introduction, I recommend PN2. If you are somewhat familiar with Nagios and want detailed descriptions of a wide variety of Nagios plug-ins, I recommend NSANM.

NSANM strengths lie in the depth of coverage of certain elements when compared to PN2. PN2 devotes 7 pages to host checks, while NSANM's Ch 7 offers 21 pages. PN2 supplies 8 pages on service checks, but NSANM's Ch 6 gives 46 pages. This level of detail can be very useful. For example, NSANM's explanation of check_squid also shows to to configure Sguid to allow access to its cache manager.

NSANM shares more information on certain background protocols like SNMP. PN2's SNMP section is about 7 pages, whereas NSANM's Ch 11 is 36 pages. NSANM demonstrates more aspects of Nagios' Web interface and the CGI programs generating pages. I thought author Wolfgang Barth made very effective use of diagrams, like the network topology explanation in Ch 4, the service checks in Ch 5, and notification in Ch 12.

NSANM includes some material not mentioned in PN2, like using Nagios with Cygwin. Sometimes the books are very complementary, as shown by PN2's discussion of NSClient++ and NSANM's overview of NSClient and NC_Net.

NSANM is lacking coverage of security, redundancy, and failover, however. PN2 does address these critical issues. Beware the some of the "chapters" in NSANM are very short -- like Ch 8 (2 pages!) and Ch 19 (barely 6 pages). I think short sections like those should have been integrated into longer chapters or moved into the appendices.

Overall, NSANM is a very good book. I believe new Nagios readers should read PN2, and strongly consider NSANM as a complementary reference volume.
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HASH(0x9395ae10) von 5 Sternen The Nagios book to end all Nagios books 30. Juli 2009
Von Michael T. Saldivar - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Every question I've had has been explained in this book. I followed the online documentation to do a new 3.x install on Ubuntu, and everything I've wanted to do since then has been explained simply, with examples, in the book.
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HASH(0x9395d108) von 5 Sternen Hard to get past the errata 4. Dezember 2013
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
The kindle version of this book has numerous editing errors - truncated words, incomplete chapter links, etc. The errors are so numerous that it is beyond any good samaritan's generosity to report all of the errata. I am not sure whose responsibility it is to proofread the kindle version, but the ball was dropped. It is hard to ascertain if the proofreading failures have a material impact on the technical merits of the book, but it sure doesn't bode well for the readers confidence, in the kindle or the publisher, to see so many obvious errors. Fix it or pull it.
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HASH(0x9395afe4) von 5 Sternen Very good book to start with Nagios, but need to update to Nagios 4 by yourself. 9. Juli 2014
Von Q. Xue - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
It's a good book to start to understand Nagios. But you need to update it to current Nagios 4 when you apply it to real life. It's not very difficult any way.

For problem of version, I also purchased another book named "Learning Nagios 4" (by Wojciech Kocjan), it's very good one too, but I actually found more helps from this one in my daily monitoring job. Maybe it's because of I starting to learn Nagios with this one.

With help of this book, I have achieved to perform real monitoring job within two weeks, I have successfully developed a lot of plugins which are suitable for my customer's applications from scratch. Including NRPE, NSCA etc. It's really helpful.

When you try to install Nagios (now is version 4), those URLs of download from the book are obsolete, what you have to do is to go to the Nagios official web site to download it and then install it by yourself. The same case for NRPE, and NSCA.

I have also found there is some specific command mentioned in the book is not really there. For example the check_command, notify_outage, for distributed monitoring and passive check, I just can't find it any where. Well, I use the check_dummy and it works well for me.

Hope this could be helpful in some way.
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HASH(0x9395d210) von 5 Sternen Nagios 2nd Edition 18. November 2011
Von Mark Florence - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I was recomended to purchase this book by a Nagios expert. It is just what I was looking for to learn the product and to have as a refernce guide.
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