How to Install and Configure Check_MK (Monitoring Tool) on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

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6 Responses

  1. Mukesh says:

    Thanks to share this is helping me

  2. Jay Dwivedi says:

    Dear Pradeep,

    Kindly give your input on this,
    It will help me a lot, I’m facing some issue.
    My check_mk plugin is not updating inventory from nagios server.
    Both (Nagios and check_mk) servers have on same host.

    Your response will highly appreciate.

  3. Mathews says:

    Hi Pradeep,

    Is it necessary to have xinetd installed on the server to be monitored. It seems installing the agent rpm does not include xinetd.

    I have seen in some blogs that xinetd is necessary for Check_MK to work properly.

    Please share your thoughts. Thanks in advance.

    • Mihai says:

      you don’t need xinetd, it works fine with systemd. if you have a new version of centos/redhat it will install with systemctl automatically, xinetd is disabled. if you have a older version the next two commands should work just fine.

      #systemctl enable check_mk.socket
      #systemctl start check_mk.socket

  4. Varun says:

    HI,
    After configuring everything i am getting CPU utilization and DISK IO summary Pending.
    Any help on how to get this resovled?

    • Mihai says:

      Use “Reschedule Check_MK service” for both services OR restart the agent on the system where is it installed and run the command check_mk_agent and see the output of it and after this test it in WATO on the properties for the system is a an option Save & Test and in the agent window you should see the output from the agent

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