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Re: [Nagios-devel] Load Balancing and Redundancy with Nagios

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Re: [Nagios-devel] Load Balancing and Redundancy with Nagios

Postby Guest » Wed Apr 03, 2002 10:40 am

On Wed, 3 Apr 2002, Kevin Benton wrote:

> Is there a way to load balance Nagios on multiple hosts so that 1) the load
> level is dropped on a per monitoring host basis, and 2) Nagios can have
> redundant monitors on multiple hosts? If not, is there a plan in the works?
> In disaster recovery, it's critical to make sure that if host A goes down,
> that all it does is backed up by some other host (B). If monitoring hosts A
> and B are both in the same subnet/facility on a multi-subnet/facility
> network, that can also create a problem. We work to make sure that we place
> monitors in different locations as well as on different subnets.
> Kevin Benton

load balancing is achived today by a distributed monitoring.

Nothing prevents you from having redundant monitors on different hosts.
You could have one nagios installation monitor the presence of another and
upon detection of failure of the primary host, send itself a sighup with
additional config files added...

There are no currently defined methods for synchronizing configs across a
number of nagios hosts.


This post was automatically imported from historical nagios-devel mailing list archives
Original poster: sghosh@sghosh.org

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