Nagios/Icinga status monitor for a NOC or operations room.
Inspired by Naglite (http://www.monitoringexchange.org/inventory/Utilities/AddOn-Projects/Frontends/NagLite) and Naglite2 (http://laur.ie/blog/2010/03/naglite2-finally-released/).
Written by Steffen Zieger firstname.lastname@example.org. Licensed under the GPL.
In case of any problems or bug fixes, feel free to contact me.
Naglite3 is only tested with Nagios3, but it should also work with Nagios2. If you're running Nagios2, please let me know.
nkadel has reported, that it's also working with Icinga.
- Web server of your choice with PHP support
- PHP 5.2 or newer
Naglite3 must be installed on the same host where Nagios is running, as it needs to read status.dat from Nagios.
- Switch to a directory accessible through your web server (e.g. /var/www/).
- git clone git://github.com/saz/Naglite3.git
- Copy config.php.example to config.php if you need to change a setting.
- Open a browser and point it to your Naglite3 installation.
For all possible config options have a look at config.php.example
If you want to change colors, create a file called 'custom.css' in the directory where Naglite3 is placed and add your changes.
If you want to use a per site css, just pass the GET-parameter "css" pointing to a local file. e.g. http://your-host/Naglite3/?css=my_custom_css
To show the naglite screen in a manner that's readable from a few feet away, you can use the builtin dashboard stylesheet. e.g. http://your-host/Naglite3/?css=dashboard
You can change the refresh interval (in seconds) through a GET parameter, too.