Yay! I broke it!


#1

grumble

Yeah. I did.

Here is what happened. I watched my nagios box chug along with an uptime that hit a little over a year. I thought about getting it a cake or something, but instead decided that I was going to update the ubuntu server distro it is (was) running on and reboot it…

Now, I no longer have a nagios.cmd. Like anywhere.

I guess the apt-get decided i needed a newer version of nagios and… Ate it? I don’t know.

I backed up all my config files for servers and services, but without a nagios.cmd the app wont launch. Ssssso… Am I looking at a complete reinstall?


#2

No, just create the file per the nagios source install docs and make the file location match your particular install locations.


#3

I mean create the folder, not the file. The file is created by nagios if you have the folder setup with the correct permissions.


#4

well that was easy. thanks as always man.