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Nagios XI uses cookies to save session state.  These cookies are set to expire after 30 minutes.  If the time on the Nagios XI server is incorrect, the cookies returned to the client's browser might appear to be expired due to the time difference between the client's computer and the Nagios XI server.  Solution: Fix the time on the Nagios XI server to ensure it is correct.
 
Nagios XI uses cookies to save session state.  These cookies are set to expire after 30 minutes.  If the time on the Nagios XI server is incorrect, the cookies returned to the client's browser might appear to be expired due to the time difference between the client's computer and the Nagios XI server.  Solution: Fix the time on the Nagios XI server to ensure it is correct.
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Hosts can only be deleted after all of their dependent services have been deleted.  This is to protect against accidental deletion of a large number of services.

Revision as of 08:35, 20 July 2010

Back To Nagios XI Overview

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding Nagios XI can be found here.

Back To Nagios XI Overview

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding Nagios XI can be found here.

FAQs

Frequently asked questions, or FAQs are listed questions and answers, all supposed to be frequently asked in some context, and pertaining to a particular topic. Since the acronym FAQ originated in textual media, its pronunciation varies; "fack," "fax," "facts," and "F.A.Q." are commonly heard. Depending on usage, the term may refer specifically to a single frequently asked question, or to an assembled list of many questions and their answers.

Distributed Monitoring

Is Nagios XI capable of Distributed Monitoring?

Yes, click here for the Distributed Monitoring Documentation

No graphs

This happens and there are a multitude of causes, but there are several simple solutions.

  • Reset Security Credentials
    under Admin -> left navbar, Reset Security Credentials -> click update
  • Reset File Permissions
    Instructions how.
  • Further reading
    Forum Article.

Core Config Manager Issues

Most of these are related to IE's implementation of JavaScript, if you can, use a browser that more closely implements the ECMAScript Language Specification. Microsoft's Internet Explore(tm) has a wonderful implementation of JScript that is not vary well suited to running applications written in the widely used ECMAScript based JavaScript.

Missing Email Alerts

This happens and there are a multitude of causes, but some of the solutions are simple .

  • nagiosadmin set to use generic_template
    Should be xi_generic_template is the core config manager. This bug was corrected in 1.2 and only effects systems that had/have previous versions installed.
  • Reset File Permissions
    Instructions how.
  • Further reading
    Forum Article.

SourceGuardian

Upgrade to 1.2C and started getting an error about SourceGuardian. Add this to my /etc/php.ini or php.ini file located elsewhere file:

 extension=ixed.5.1.lin

Dave?

During an upgrade to 1.2c you may need to hold shift and click reload or whatever your browsers equivalent is to by-pass proxy servers and cached pages. I'm not sure how to say this... but I'm not talking about "clearing the temporary internet files" instead I'm talking about "hold shift and click reload".

Login Redirecting

The web browser keeps redirecting to the login screen even after entering login credentials.

Nagios XI uses cookies to save session state. These cookies are set to expire after 30 minutes. If the time on the Nagios XI server is incorrect, the cookies returned to the client's browser might appear to be expired due to the time difference between the client's computer and the Nagios XI server. Solution: Fix the time on the Nagios XI server to ensure it is correct.

Deleting Hosts

Hosts can only be deleted after all of their dependent services have been deleted. This is to protect against accidental deletion of a large number of services.


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