I've seen and read most of the topics about this problem, but somehow they dont help me atm.
Let me first point out that i didnt install Nagios... i "took over" the maintanance from 2 other people... so some stuff isnt "default" and i might have overlooked something while checking all the logs and cfg files... so bear with me pl
We've been running Nagios 2.0 (1.4.1 plugins) for a year or 2-3 now and it worked fine.
But since a couple of days now, i get the error "Whoops! Could not read host and service status information!" in the webinterface.
I checked the .cfg files (nagios, hosts, hostsgroups, cgi etc..) and they havent been changed since Nagios was installed.
Everything looks ok (all pointing to the right directories etc..)
WHen i run the pre-flight check, i get 0 errors (things look ok - no serious problems were detected.....)
Apache.log also shows no errors.
The only "problem" i see is in Nagios.log where it says "Error: Could not lock status data tables in database 'nagios' "
But i dont know if that has anything to do with my innitial problem.
I read somewhere that you need a status.lock in ur /var/log/nagios directory.... i dont have it. instead i have a status.sav.
When check nagios.cfg i see that it does create a status.lock, but then rewrites it to sav....
Any advice would be helpfull (besides "upgrade to 3.0" )