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Nagios Core Administration Cookbook - Second Edition by Tom Ryder

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Creating a new servicegroup

In this recipe, we'll create a new servicegroup. This allows us to make meaningful groups out of a set of arbitrary services so that we can view the status of all those services in a separate part of the web administration area.

Getting ready

You should have a working Nagios Core 4.0 or better server running with a web interface.

You should also have at least two defined services that form a meaningful group; perhaps they're similar kinds of services, such as mail services, are monitored by the same team, or they are both on the same set of servers at a physical location.

In this example, we have three servers performing mail functions: smtp.example.net, pop3.example.net, and imap.example.net, running an SMTP, POP3, and ...

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