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Latest commit fc45250 Oct 3, 2013 @ageric core: Put an upper cap on number of autolaunched workers
Some people have positively huge systems for running their monitoring
from, and the "1.5 * CPU cores" algorithm ends up being kinda weird
on systems with 1024 cores. With this patch, we cap autodetection at
48 workers, which means we'll have a nice round number of 50 in total.

Reported-by: Janice Singh <janice.singh@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Andreas Ericsson <ae@op5.se>
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README

Nagios 3.x README
-----------------


Nagios is a host/service/network monitoring program written in C and
released under the GNU General Public License.  CGI programs are
included to allow you to view the current status, history, etc via
a web interface if you so desire.

Features:

1) Monitoring of network services (via SMTP, POP3, HTTP, PING, etc).
2) A plugin interface to allow for user-developed service monitoring methods.
3) Notifications when problems occur and get resolved (via email, pager,
   or user-defined method).
4) Ability to define "event handlers" for proactive problem resolution
5) Web output (current status, notifications, problem history, log file, etc.)
6) Automatic log file rotation/archiving

For installation instructions, use a web browser to read the HTML documentation
in the html/docs subdirectory.  

Visit the Nagios homepage at http://www.nagios.org for online
documentation, new releases, bug reports, information on the mailing
lists, etc.

   -- Ethan Galstad (egalstad@nagios.org)