Adagios installation on NethServer 6.x

UPDATE 2015-08-25
The package nethserver-adagios is now available from nethserver-updates repository. To install it type:

yum install nethserver-adagios

Now you have to use NethServer admin credentials to access Adagios web interface!

Here is my copy-n-paste-how-to (at least i hope so!! :slight_smile: ) for Adagios installation on NethServer: test it and let me know!

source: https://github.com/opinkerfi/adagios/wiki/Install-guide

  1. Install prerequisites for NethServer:

    yum install nethserver-httpd -y

  2. Install and disable additional repos (to prevent unwanted updates):

    yum localinstall http://opensource.is/repo/ok-release.rpm
    yum --enablerepo=extras install epel-release
    sed -i ‘s/enabled=1/enabled=0/’ /etc/yum.repos.d/ok.repo
    sed -i ‘s/enabled=1/enabled=0/’ /etc/yum.repos.d/epel.repo

  3. Change releasever ref into ok repo url (mandatory or installation fails):

    sed -i ‘s/rhel$releasever/rhel6/’ /etc/yum.repos.d/ok.repo

  4. Procede with installation:

    yum --enablerepo=ok update ok-release -y

    yum --enablerepo=ok*,epel install pnp4nagios mk-livestatus nagios
    git adagios okconfig acl python-setuptools nagios-plugins-all -y

  5. Lets make sure adagios can write to nagios configuration files, and that it is a valid git repo so we have audit trail:

    cd /etc/nagios/
    git init
    git config user.name "yourname"
    git config user.email "yourname@yourdomain.com"
    git add *
    git commit -m “Initial commit”

  6. Make sure nagios group will always have write access to the configuration files:

    chown -R nagios /etc/nagios/* /etc/nagios/.git
    setfacl -R -m group:nagios:rwx /etc/nagios/
    setfacl -R -m d:group:nagios:rwx /etc/nagios/

  7. By default objects created by adagios will go to /etc/nagios/adagios so make sure that this directory exists and nagios.cfg contains a reference to this directory:

    mkdir -p /etc/nagios/adagios
    pynag config --append cfg_dir=/etc/nagios/adagios

  8. The status view relies on broker modules livestatus and pnp4nagios, so lets configure nagios.cfg to use those:

    pynag config --append “broker_module=/usr/lib64/nagios/brokers/npcdmod.o \
    config_file=/etc/pnp4nagios/npcd.cfg”

    pynag config --append “broker_module=/usr/lib64/mk-livestatus/livestatus.o
    /var/spool/nagios/cmd/livestatus”

    pynag config --set “process_performance_data=1”

  9. Add nagios to apache group so it has permissions to pnp4nagios’s session files:

    usermod -G apache nagios

  10. Define new services according to NethServer default (see developer manual)

    config set nagios service status enabled
    mkdir -p /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nagios
    echo “service” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nagios/type
    echo “enabled” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nagios/status

    config set npcd service status enabled
    mkdir -p /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/npcd
    echo “service” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/npcd/type
    echo “enabled” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/npcd/status

    config set nrpe service status enabled TCPPort 5666 access public
    mkdir -p /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nrpe
    echo “service” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nrpe/type
    echo “5666” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nrpe/TCPPort
    echo “enabled” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nrpe/status
    echo “public” > /etc/e-smith/db/configuration/defaults/nrpe/access

  11. Signal new services and start them:

    signal-event firewall-adjust

    service nagios restart
    service httpd restart
    service npcd restart

    signal-event runlevel-adjust

all done! Now you can access Adagios form the default url:

http://server.domain/adagios/status

using default credentials (nagiosadmin/nagiosadmin)

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Searching “adagios installation” on Google. Good work @nrauso !

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i’ve just installed nethserver-adagios (good work ppl) , i see in the nagios tab

Nagios® Core™
Version 3.5.1
August 30, 2013

Update RequiredYour installation of Nagios Core 3.5.1 is outdated and should be upgraded. The latest version of Nagios Core is 4.1.1 was released on 2015-08-19.

it’s safe do the upgrade?

AFAICT, last version of nagios (4.x) is not yet available in rpm packages for RH/centos and so on…

if you search with google “Nagios cenots6” you’ll find that ATM the only way to install it is from sources, and IMO that’s not an option

BTW, I’m running adagios/nagios 3.5.1 on my NS (installed from rpms, following an howto) and everything is working flawlessy

you’d try to download nagios3 src rpm, and try to recompile it using nagios4 sources… maybe it won’t solve your problem, but at least you’ll learn something :wink:

./configure
make && make install

you make me move remembering my slackware nights

Hi to all
I’m trying to install Adagios on NS7 and i found the instructions at: https://github.com/opinkerfi/adagios/wiki/Naemon-and-Adagios-Install-Guide
I did the first part of the installation but I can’t do the following instruction:
git config user.name "My User"
The SO respond:
error: could not lock config file .git/config: No such file or directory
Could you help me?
Thank you.

Try to execute “git init” as first step.

Perfetto!
Grazie Giacomo

Is the nethserver-adagios module going to be officially ported to NS7?

No it’s not (at least until we find a valid alternative):
http://docs.nethserver.org/en/v7b/release_notes.html#discontinued-packages

Thanks Giacomo,
How about Naemon with Adagios? I really liked the way you could install adagios from software center :yum:

This is much more likely to happen. I know @nrauso alredy did some test :slight_smile:

Good news here: Adagios installation on NethServer 7.x :slight_smile: