Have a question about this project? I don't see any other issues did u stop nrpe starting under xinted. I should however proberly setup keys yes. This happens with a configuration file that used to work until right before the upgrade from 3. So what I needed to do on the Ubuntu server was edit the init script which was made during the apt-get install nagios-nrpe-server step I did earlier. If you see the following error, it might mean that xinetd had problem to start up nrpe becuase of its bug to release the address. As soon as I have a fix I'll push it to the maint branch and issue a statement of some kind to this post. Make sure you shutdown current nrpe process chkconfig nrpe off service xinted reload.
I need it to check hosted servers. To overcome this problem we need to add ip address of nagios server in remote machine. I have tried to reconfigure some of these services but re configuring gives me sync missed error in frontend, Tried a lot Apply Configuration but still the same. Looking for a solution to this. Figuring out how to do so without breaking any laws is the tough part.
Hi all, I have being struggling with this as well on redhat linux 5. Freely ask any details required. Join 66 other followers Sign me up! When a connection is made to xinetd, a reverse lookup is performed, and the canonical name returned is compared to the specified host name. When trying to apply on 3. I cant change all clients. This happens with a configuration file that used to work until right before the upgrade. Traceroute from client to Nagios server traceroute -p 5666 Nagios Server trying to get source for Nagios Server source should be 10.
I have followed the steps mentioned in that sheet, I was even refereed that sheet before posting in this form. But since we got both the upstream developer and the Debian maintainer aware of this thread I give it a shot. I am getting crazy and I dont know what else to do. The allowed host is still running Debian Jessie due to these issues on Stretch. I haven't come across option of adding no-ssl in nrpe xintetd, I always used to run nrpe as init. Is there any way to change on server it self.
The following are two parameters that you need to take care of. I agree to my information being processed by TechTarget and its to contact me via phone, email, or other means regarding information relevant to my professional interests. All network traffic will be encrypted. Thanks a lot in advance Quote: d a host name. This also happens with the default configuration file as provided by Arch's nrpe package which is 1:1 the one shipped with upstream nrpe.
When logged into the remote server, which is running Ubuntu 11. Figuring out how to do so without breaking any laws is the tough part. Hi Assaf and all, The strange this is I've configured 5 other solaris based remote hosts the same way with ssl for nrpe but works fine with the same centos based nagios server. I will keep the thread updated with information I find along with any other relevant info. Connection closed by foreign host. Any help is greatly appreciated. Hello, I have a Nagios machine behind a firewall.
Nagios Core users of all experience levels are welcome here. Anyone have any ideas why i keep getting this error? It seems it was the nagios server itself. It's the responsibility of the system administrator to merge the changes from the new configuration files and to preserve customizations. Have a question about this project? I didn't see any post saying that Jonaskellens managed to do it maybe I'm wrong. I ran up a fresh Arch system today and I was able to replicate this. Again, read the instructions, and follow them. Yesterday I had set the desktop's nrpe.
An open discussion forum for obtaining help with Nagios Core. I don't see any other issues are setting you have to make to get response, Last attempt would be above an doing check using below command. After some further digging I think I found the issue. On these servers, there are several versions of Windows Server: 2003, 2008, etc. Here are the full steps for 3. Ideally some other form of fallback would be nice, too, so that one doesn't have to add -n on both ends before things start working. Run following command to run npre in non-ssl standlone daemon mode.