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  • Centreon and check_mk

    Hello everybody, I'm looking for information on check_mk and Centreon.

    Anyone has experience on this?

    The way I planned to follow is to ignore completely the configuration of Nagios by check_mk and create by hand all commands on Centreon.
    The problem is that I cannot find much documentation on the commands to via command line. Also I would not be faced with a job very expensive in terms of resources.

    Any advice?

    Regards,
    Fabio

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    Not tested but I suggest to use the inventory function of check_mk (-R) to build the (incremental) config-files that you could import into Centreon by its "Load" function.

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