Nagios XI - Event Manager Architecture
Event Manager Subsystem Overview
This Event Manager subsystem of Nagios XI is responsible for processing callback functions for each event that are initiated from the Nagios or other connected systems. Events can be items like state change for a host or service, a notification being triggered to send out or other timed events. These callbacks are executed by the Event Manager subsystem, which passes the information from the event to the callback for further processing.
Architecture Components And Execution Flow
The diagram below shows the different parts of the Event Manager subsystem and how they relate to each other. Each part of the subsystem is explained in greater detail below.
The general flow of execution of the Event Manager subsystem works as follows:
Builtin Components that use Event Manager
The following are all processed through the Event Manager Subsystem:
Some potential problems with the Event Manager subsystem, as well as troubleshooting information are listed below:
Problem: Notifications for XI users are not being received, however Core contacts receive their messages
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