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Setup Nagios dependencies to monitor a service on a Windows

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Setup Nagios dependencies to monitor a service on a Windows

Postby MonatalBrowink » Thu Nov 24, 2022 6:12 am

I'm having difficulties setting up nagios dependencies so I only receive notifications if the host is up (Pingable).

My host cfg file is as follow:

# Configuration file /etc/nagios/adagios/hosts/dp-front.cfg
# Edited by PyNag on Wed Nov 11 16:38:15 2015

define host {
alias Ditmas Park Front Desk
use windows-server
host_name dp-front
address 192.168.200.47
max_check_attempts 2
check_command check-host-alive
check_period workhours
notification_period workhours
}

define service{
use generic-service
host_name dp-front
service_description Medical Records
check_command check_nt!PROCSTATE!-d SHOWALL -l Robocopy.exe
notification_interval 0
max_check_attempts 1
}

define servicedependency{
host_name localhost
service_description PING
dependent_host_name localhost
dependent_service_description PING
execution_failure_criteria c
notification_failure_criteria w,u,c

}
Nagios is monitoring the service correctly and I receive notifications all the time when the service go down. I'm just not sure how to setup the "servicedependency" section of it.

I'd really appreciate your help as always.
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