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Problem Description

The Nagios application is not displaying the correct information. This commonly occurs after applying an update to the Nagios program.



Your web browsers cache has not been refreshed with the latest code since the update was applied to the Nagios product.

Here is a article that explains the problem in detail:

Wikipedia:Bypass your cache


Resolving The Problem

In most web browsers, Pressing CTRL + F5 on your keyboard causes the web page to load directly instead of using the local cache. This will also update the local cache as the page is loaded.


Final Thoughts

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


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