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Hello evbdy, is there a way to configure host addresses for iSCSI SAN ports?
Keep up the good work!
solved: go into Administration panel and add "Host address" to the SAN object. You're done
Hope this can be usefull to some other.
When I click on the import buttion, nothing happens (it displays the dashboard screen instead).
Is there a separate module to install ? If yes, where to download it and how to install ?
Same for the Nagios Module, it displays an error when I click on it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated …
Can someone please explain how to configure modules in v9.9.3 ? Import, LDAP, Nagios … are not working, either getting errors that files are not found, or displaying nothing. LDAP and Nagios modules are working in older versions - the english manual does not explain how to do .
Without those modules installed, the software is useless ...
Thanks in advance,
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Modules are configured in each module itself reachable via "Modules" in the main menu. File not found errors sound like a currupted installation, you should try to reinstall
Sorry, same happening here.
Downloaded version 0.9.9.3 ( 5176426 7 okt 15:45 idoit-0.9.9-3.zip ) today, and installed it.
No ldap or nagios module is shown in the module list, although ldap support on php is available. Any advice how to have it enabled?
Can you tell me how can I do to automatically feed the servers logbooks with Nagios events? Is it working if Nagios is installed on another server?
Here's an history of what I did:
-> I entered the parameters in the NDO MySql Server section in Nagios module (on i-doit server). The communication between i-doit and Nagios is working fine.
-> I scheduled a task with cron to launch the command "php /path/controller.php -v -m nagios >> /var/log/idoit".
Here's an extract of what I can find in this log file (same every 10min):
* Loading module: nagios
* Logging in..
* Connected to mandator: 1 (xxxx)
* Logged in as: nagsync
* Setting up system environment
* Nagios-Handler initialized (2010-10-12 18:30:02).
* Processing xxxxx..
* Processing xxxxx..
* Logging out
-> Through i-doit web interface, I can see that my servers are UP or DOWN, so the communication with Nagios is working well but I cannot get the other monitoring information like CPU use or Memory use… Do you have any idea on what can I do ? Thank you in advance for your answer !