New to the list, and I hope I didn’t miss if this was brought up before (scaned archive).
I am currently attempting to organize my host group overview list to something that makes more sense.
url example: ](http://)/nagios/cgi-bin/status.cgi?hostgroup=all&style=overview
IE I want HostGroup1; HostGroup2; … HostGroupN listed in a specific order.
Is there anyway to set this up in nagios2.0?
I’ve tried renaming my Hostgroup aliases to ‘# HostGroup’ but it did nothing to the list.
Just wondering how the CGI decides to sort the hostgroups since my coffee intake isn’t enough to figure it out…
Just trying to save myself the effort to DIG into a CGI script…
Please let me know if the above info is not clear or confusing.
Figure this may have some impact to to the way information is displayed.
Perhaps this overly complicated, but makes sense in my tiny head atm.
My config layout is as follows since I am on a large/medium sized network:
Standard nagios.cfg files, command files etc, HOWEVER my host definitions are ‘non-standard’
In the nagios.cfg file I use the following statements:
Contents of the /home/nagios/conf.d/<SUPPORT_GROUP_X> directory
hostlist.cfg # definition of hostgroup, and definition of all hosts this support group supports
.cfg # Service definitions per each host