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Re: Netsaint or Nagios?

	With minor changes to the debian/control file for the Nagios
unstable source deb you can get it to compile fine for stable... As for
the plugins... I am part of the nagios plugin development team and I've
been discussing with Turbo to handle the nagios-plugins packaging... I
don't have anything together that would be usable but hope to have
something together soon... I've spent most of my time working on the
AF-independent patching so the plugins can support IPv4 and IPv6... This
will be in the next release of the plugins (post-1.3.0)..


On Wed, Apr 02, 2003 at 12:14:45PM -0800, Mark Ferlatte wrote:
> Matthew Daubenspeck said on Wed, Apr 02, 2003 at 01:31:57PM -0500:
> > I am in the process of building a dedicated Netsaint/Nagios box to host
> > a slew of client/server stats.
> > 
> > What exactly should I use? I have no problems running unstable if I have
> > to, but what do I need to install? Netsaint or Nagios?
> I wanted to use Nagios, but wanted to run stable, so I downloaded the source of
> the nagios debs, and built them for woody.  It works very well; you just need
> to use the netsaint-plugins package in addition to the nagios package.
> M

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