I switched from 1.3 to 2.0 recently and now onto 2.1 to see if it’ll fix the problem but here goes.
I install nagiosQL which uses the cfg_dir settings for hosts and services list but when I browse nagios to look at the status of the services (after configuring and restarting it), there’s only around 6 out of the 30.
ATM, i can’t see the pattern except that it appears to read 1 service in each of the files found in the services/ folder.
anyone had this problem?
nagios -v /usr/local/nagios/etc/nagios.cfg returns the following :
Nagios 2.1 Copyright (c) 1999-2006 Ethan Galstad (http://www.nagios.org) Last Modified: 03-27-2006 License: GPL Reading configuration data... Running pre-flight check on configuration data... Checking services... Checked 31 services. Checking hosts... Checked 12 hosts. Checking host groups... Checked 3 host groups. Checking service groups... Checked 0 service groups. Checking contacts... Checked 2 contacts. Checking contact groups... Checked 2 contact groups. Checking service escalations... Checked 0 service escalations. Checking service dependencies... Checked 0 service dependencies. Checking host escalations... Checked 0 host escalations. Checking host dependencies... Checked 0 host dependencies. Checking commands... Checked 37 commands. Checking time periods... Checked 4 time periods. Checking extended host info definitions... Checked 0 extended host info definitions. Checking extended service info definitions... Checked 0 extended service info definitions. Checking for circular paths between hosts... Checking for circular host and service dependencies... Checking global event handlers... Checking obsessive compulsive processor commands... Checking misc settings... Total Warnings: 0 Total Errors: 0