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Peter Andersson
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I've already got a female to worry about. Her name is the Enterprise.
-- Kirk, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.0

An interesting article describing howto use Skype to send SMS notification for Nagios or op5 Monitor can be find here: http://wiki.nagios.org/index.php/SkypeSmsNotification My recommendation is to use an GSM modem to send SMS, because if the network is down no SMS can be sent with this solution and SMS is normally used as an alternative alarm [...]

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Background I use MythTV quite frequently and noticed that it is instable when using sasc-ng as a decoder to decrypt encrypted DVB-T channels. So approximatly every third day the MythTVbackend server stops and need to be started again. I have wriiten an earlier article about howto monitor MythTV with Nagios or op5 Monitor so I [...]

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09
Jun

op5 develops plugins for op5 Monitor, based on Nagios. As a courtesy to the community the plugins developed are free and can be downloaded from: http://www.op5.org/community/projects/op5-plugins The plugins is also located in a Git repository and can be checked out from: http://git.op5.org/git/

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05
Jun

A new place to find articles, plugins and other information abot nagios is http://exchange.nagios.org/.

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Filled Under: Hints, Links, Nagios
04
Jun

It has been very interesting and two intensive days. The highlights IMHO: Tobias Oitiker gave a very good presentation about the linux kernel caching and described how it affected RRDtools. Markus Almroth, describes Sysnagios which did the opposite of most monitoring projects. Sysnagios decentralized the configuration of systems and network monitoring in a controlled way. [...]

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Filled Under: english, graph, Hints, Nagios, op5

The conferance about Nagios in Stockholm has started. The event will be broadcasted on internet. If you have questions to the speakers you could enter them directly into the Nordic meet on Nagios homepage or to nmn@jabber.org using jabber protocol.

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