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  • Graphing my indicators

    Hello Centreon Team,

    I'm studying centron as a project to deploy in my company.

    The main objectif is to have a rational solution as yours that allows all our indicators to be handled in a graph.
    Indicators can be offical or home made nagios plugin.

    Could you give me the technical specification to allow a nagios plugin (including home made one) to be graphed in Centreon ?

    Thanks by advance for your fast reply.


    Best,

    Romain.
    Last edited by barichon; 30th April 2012, 11:40.

  • #2
    The plugin just have to give perfdata as all nagios plugin correctly write ;-)
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    • #3
      Please have a look to this documentation : http://nagios.sourceforge.net/docs/3_0/perfdata.html
      Centreon Syslog Module Manager/Developper
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      Nagios 3.x et NDOutil 1.x

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      • #4
        In ther perfdata, you can also add the thresholds, so you will have a graph of the threshold line.

        Temperature OK - Temperature = 32 degrees | temp=32, warning=45, critical=50

        Note also the plugin return code :

        0 : OK
        1 : Warning
        2 : Critical
        3 : Unknown

        This site could help http://nagiosplug.sourceforge.net/de...uidelines.html
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        Nagios 3.3.1 | Centreon 2.3.9 | Centreon-Broker 2.1.1 | 2000 hôtes - 5000 services | 6 Remote Pollers

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