Thanks for your quick answer!
My nagios.cfg file is located in /etc/nagios and it looks like this:
And the minimal.cfg file is described above: two servers are set in there.
I also tryied using the commented out files: I commented out minimal and configured hosts, servies, etc files.
But still the same!
Now I’m still able only to see the local host in Nagios and no clue about these other servers.
BTW, I’ve lready changed from root to nagios the owner of all /libexec files (there is a similar previous entry in this forum suggesting doing this…)
But not way jose…
Is there any other place/file/whatever were telling Nagios which servers to monitor?
Or perhaps is becasue the user account I am using when starting Nagios? User: nagiosadmin, password: nagiosadmin.
nagiosadmin is the only account set in cgi.cfg file.
If not solution is possible shortly, my boss will decide for a paid monitoring tool (he wants to buy “SiteScope”, ut I told him wait until see Nagios working !sad )