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[Nagios-devel] Load Balancing and Redundancy with Nagios

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[Nagios-devel] Load Balancing and Redundancy with Nagios

Postby Guest » Wed Apr 03, 2002 10:13 am

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





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