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Nagios Log Server - Important Files And Directories

Important Files And Directories

The following KB article lists specific files and directories locations in Nagios Log Server.

 

 

elasticsearch.yml

/usr/local/nagioslogserver/elasticsearch/config/elasticsearch.yml

This file is responsible for low-level Elasticsearch configuration.

 

 

logging.yml

/usr/local/nagioslogserver/elasticsearch/config/logging.yml

This file can be used to set logging levels in the case that Elasticsearch needs to be debugged.

 

 

elasticsearch

This file is responsible for high-level Elasticsearch configuration.

 

RHEL | CentOS

/etc/sysconfig/elasticsearch

 

Debian | Ubuntu

/etc/default/elasticsearch

 

 

logstash

This file is responsible for high-level Logstash configuration.

 

RHEL | CentOS

/etc/sysconfig/logstash

 

Debian | Ubuntu

/etc/default/logstash

 

 

cluster_hosts

/usr/local/nagioslogserver/var/cluster_hosts

This file contains the IP addresses of all known instances in the cluster, in addition to 'localhost'. If you are having issues with node visibility, this is a good file to check.

 

 

cluster_uuid

 /usr/local/nagioslogserver/var/cluster_uuid

This file contains a unique string used to identify the cluster. This file should be the same across all instances in the cluster.

 

 

 

Final Thoughts

For any support related questions please visit the Nagios Support Forums at:

http://support.nagios.com/forum/

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