How to Install and Configure Icinga 2 / Icinga Web 2 on CentOS 7 and RHEL 7

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6 Responses

  1. krishnareddy says:

    Hi i am krishna, i am seeting up a clustering with 2 nodes on RHEL 7.1 OS. I have an application(exe) which shall runs shell script which in-turn runs multiple binary executables which records audio/video files from hardware through ethernet” in active node. When active node fails then i want to send the notification event about active node state to the other node saying to start recording audio/video files.

    My problem is how to send notification about failure of a active node and its state????

  2. Mazhar says:

    Hi Pradeep,
    thank you for writting the post, successfully installed icinga2 by following all steps in this post.

  3. Adrian says:

    Hi,
    Very good tutorial thanks for You.
    Regards

  4. Ralf says:

    Hi Pradeep,

    thank you very much for this post. The whole installation was successfull. This tutorial was very good.

    Rgds
    Ralf

  5. steve says:

    Thank you so much for this post Pradeep! I needed to quickly build a test Icinga server to learn how to use it and this was SO HELPFUL and I got the server built in about 15 minutes. Now I can focus on adding nodes, monitors, etc. Thanks!!

  6. Martin says:

    There is one step missing. After installation of icinga2 it is neccesary to enable command feature of icinga2 in order to receive commands from icinga web. Please add this command to your tutorial:

    “icinga2 feature enable command”

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