Install nrpe on XenServer

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  1. Rob

    Rob Guest

    If you are using nagios in your hosting environment and need to install nrpe on your XenServer servers, here’s a good way to do it. I’m using XenServer 6.1 (latest version). First, install the epel repo and disable it by default: [crayon-51b7229d0d1aa/] Next, install nrpe: [crayon-51b7229d0d263/] Set it to start automagically on boot: [crayon-51b7229d0d316/] Install [...]


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  2. Peytonsmith

    Peytonsmith New Member

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    OK! then this way it's going to happen as i was looking for a similar solution over the web but your post has suggested me best .. tanks for sharing your quote here..
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    Peytonsmith New Member

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    it may be a case of some sort of networking error ... for a better check you should see all the settings once more to catch a clue about where it's lacking..

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