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Nagios Log Server - Adding Additional Instances To Cluster

Adding Additional Instances To Cluster

This document describes how to manually install Nagios Log Server from source, and join it to a preexisting cluster. These directions assume that you are using a current and supported version of RHEL or CENTOS. Nagios Log Server is supported only on RHEL and CentOS Linux servers.

Documentation - Adding Additional Instances To Cluster


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