Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of OMDconfiguration

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10/04/11 10:41:54 (8 years ago)
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jonmills (IP: 152.54.8.104)
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  • OMDconfiguration

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     1= Overview = 
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     3Once you install OMD and create a site, you'll have an install homedir, $OMD_ROOT, which will look like /omd/sites/sitename (whatever you set your 'sitename' to be).  Relative to that base, all of the configuration files used by Check_MK are found in ~/etc/check_mk.  You don't need to worry about configuring Nagios itself, because that's the point of running Check_MK.  It dynamically rebuilds your Nagios object configuration for you. 
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     5Use the tarball attached to this page to get an idea of a basic Check_MK configuration suitable for monitoring a Eucalyptus cluster.  (Note that you'll need to change hostnames found in hosts.mk to suit your environment). 
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     7All of the files described here are complete arbitrary, and were just the logical layout preferred by this author.  If you pleased, you could group all Check_MK declarations into one big main.mk file (just as you can write all Nagios object configuration into one big nagios.cfg -- but who does that?). 
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     9== main.mk == 
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     12== active.mk == 
     13Used for writing traditional active checks into your Nagios configuration. 
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     15== checks.mk == 
     16 
     17== contacts.mk == 
     18 
     19== eventhandlers.mk == 
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     21== hostgroups.mk == 
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     23== hosts.mk == 
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     25== ignore.mk == 
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     27== ipaddresses.mk == 
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     29== servicegroups.mk ==