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Database Optimization

This document describes how to configure optimal database settings for Nagios® XI™ for increased performance. Nagios XI stores current and historical information in various databases in order to facilitate reports and provide users with instant information on monitored elements.  Over time the Nagios XI database tables may grow to excessive size, resulting in poor performance and high disk space and disk I/O utilization.

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