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KPLUG Monthly Meeting

Peter Blajev talks about Nagios Configuration Files Layout

The default configuration files layout of the popular monitoring service
Nagios is hard to manage and it doesn't scale. In this talk I'm going to
show how to split the configuration into separate files to make it easier
to manage, easier to scale, and easier to delegate common tasks and control permissions.

Peter Blajev has been working in terminal sessions for long enough that his 2 yr. old daughter is now teaching him how to use the mouse. She already gave up on teaching Peter how to use the iPad. On days when he isn't the one turning off the lights and locking the office for the day, Peter likes to drag his family out in the wilderness and try to convince them it's more fun then staying home watching "Two And A Half Men".

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  • Neil

    excellent, quite informative, good discussion

    November 15, 2013

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