nagios结合cactirg后nagios运行报错,等待高手指点...

韩少 发布于 2010/09/13 16:29
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[1284366333] Nagios 3.2.2 starting... (PID=5876)
[1284366333] Local time is Mon Sep 13 16:25:33 CST 2010
[1284366333] LOG VERSION: 2.0
[1284366333] ndomod: NDOMOD 1.4b9 (10-27-2009) Copyright (c) 2009 Nagios Core Development Team and Community Contributors
[1284366333] ndomod: Could not open data sink!  I'll keep trying, but some output may get lost...
[1284366333] Event broker module '/usr/local/nagios/bin/ndomod-3x.o' initialized successfully.
[1284366333] Finished daemonizing... (New PID=5877)
[1284366349] ndomod: Still unable to connect to data sink.  364 items lost, 5000 queued items to flush.
[1284366365] ndomod: Still unable to connect to data sink.  470 items lost, 5000 queued items to flush.
[1284366381] ndomod: Still unable to connect to data sink.  550 items lost, 5000 queued items to flush.

那位高手教我一下。。。。

相关配置:

[root@www etc]# vi ndomod.cfg

#####################################################################
# NDOMOD CONFIG FILE
#
# Last Modified: 09-05-2007
#####################################################################


# INSTANCE NAME
# This option identifies the "name" associated with this particular
# instance of Nagios and is used to seperate data coming from multiple
# instances.  Defaults to 'default' (without quotes).

instance_name=default

 

# OUTPUT TYPE
# This option determines what type of output sink the NDO NEB module
# should use for data output.  Valid options include:
#   file       = standard text file
#   tcpsocket  = TCP socket
#   unixsocket = UNIX domain socket (default)

#output_type=file
#output_type=tcpsocket
output_type=unixsocket

 

# OUTPUT
# This option determines the name and path of the file or UNIX domain
# socket to which output will be sent if the output type option specified
# above is "file" or "unixsocket", respectively.  If the output type
# option is "tcpsocket", this option is used to specify the IP address
# of fully qualified domain name of the host that the module should
# connect to for sending output.

#output=/usr/local/ndomod//var/ndo.dat
#output=127.0.0.1
output=/usr/local/nagios//var/ndo.sock

 

# TCP PORT
# This option determines what port the module will connect to in
# order to send output.  This option is only valid if the output type
# option specified above is "tcpsocket".

tcp_port=5668

 

# ENCRYPTION
# This option determines if the module will use SSL to encrypt the
# network traffic between module and ndo2db daemon.
# Both sides have to enable this feature which depends on SSL Libraries
# like openssl or kerberos
# This option is only valid if the output type
# option specified above is "tcpsocket".
#
# A value of '1' will enable this feature

use_ssl=0

 

# OUTPUT BUFFER
# This option determines the size of the output buffer, which will help
# prevent data from getting lost if there is a temporary disconnect from
# the data sink.  The number of items specified here is the number of
# lines (each of variable size) of output that will be buffered.

output_buffer_items=5000

 

# BUFFER FILE
# This option is used to specify a file which will be used to store the
# contents of buffered data which could not be sent to the NDO2DB daemon
# before Nagios shuts down.  Prior to shutting down, the NDO NEB module
# will write all buffered data to this file for later processing.  When
# Nagios (re)starts, the NDO NEB module will read the contents of this
# file and send it to the NDO2DB daemon for processing.

#buffer_file=/usr/local/ndomod//var/ndomod.tmp
buffer_file=/usr/local/nagios//var/ndomod.tmp


# FILE ROTATION INTERVAL
# This option determines how often (in seconds) the output file is
# rotated by Nagios.  File rotation is handled by Nagios by executing
# the command defined by the file_rotation_command option.  This
# option has no effect if the output_type option is a socket.

file_rotation_interval=14400

 

# FILE ROTATION COMMAND
# This option specified the command (as defined in Nagios) that is
# used to rotate the output file at the interval specified by the
# file_rotation_interval option.  This option has no effect if the
# output_type option is a socket.
#
# See the file 'misccommands.cfg' for an example command definition
# that you can use to rotate the log file.

#file_rotation_command=rotate_ndo_log

 

# FILE ROTATION TIMEOUT
# This option specified the maximum number of seconds that the file
# rotation command should be allowed to run before being prematurely
# terminated.

file_rotation_timeout=60

 

# RECONNECT INTERVAL
# This option determines how often (in seconds) that the NDO NEB
# module will attempt to re-connect to the output file or socket if
# a connection to it is lost.

reconnect_interval=15

 

# RECONNECT WARNING INTERVAL
# This option determines how often (in seconds) a warning message will
# be logged to the Nagios log file if a connection to the output file
# or socket cannot be re-established.

reconnect_warning_interval=15
#reconnect_warning_interval=900

 

# DATA PROCESSING OPTION
# This option determines what data the NDO NEB module will process.
# Do not mess with this option unless you know what you're doing!!!!
# Read the source code (include/ndbxtmod.h) to determine what values
# to use here.  Values from source code should be OR'ed to get the
# value to use here.  A value of -1 will cause all data to be processed.
# Read the source code (include/ndomod.h) and look for "NDOMOD_PROCESS_"
# to determine what values to use here.  Values from source code should
# be OR'ed to get the value to use here.  A value of -1 will cause all
# data to be processed.

data_processing_options=-1

 

# CONFIG OUTPUT OPTION
# This option determines what types of configuration data the NDO
# NEB module will dump from Nagios.  Values can be OR'ed together.
# Values:
#         0 = Don't dump any configuration information
#         1 = Dump only original config (from config files)
#         2 = Dump config only after retained information has been restored
#         3 = Dump both original and retained configuration

config_output_options=2

相关配置2:

[root@www etc]# vi ndo2db.cfg

#####################################################################
# NDO2DB DAEMON CONFIG FILE
#
# Last Modified: 01-02-2009
#####################################################################

 

# LOCK FILE
# This is the lockfile that NDO2DB will use to store its PID number
# in when it is running in daemon mode.

lock_file=/usr/local/nagios/var/ndo2db.lock

 

# USER/GROUP PRIVILIGES
# These options determine the user/group that the daemon should run as.
# You can specify a number (uid/gid) or a name for either option.

ndo2db_user=nagios
ndo2db_group=nagios

 

# SOCKET TYPE
# This option determines what type of socket the daemon will create
# an accept connections from.
# Value:
#   unix = Unix domain socket (default)
#   tcp  = TCP socket

#socket_type=unix
socket_type=tcp

 

# SOCKET NAME
# This option determines the name and path of the UNIX domain
# socket that the daemon will create and accept connections from.
# This option is only valid if the socket type specified above
# is "unix".

socket_name=/usr/local/nagios/var/ndo.sock

 

# TCP PORT
# This option determines what port the daemon will listen for
# connections on.  This option is only vlaid if the socket type
# specified above is "tcp".

tcp_port=5668

 

# ENCRYPTION
# This option determines if the ndo2db daemon will accept SSL to encrypt the
# network traffic between module and ndo2db daemon.
# Both sides have to enable this feature which depends on SSL Libraries
# like openssl or kerberos
# This option is only valid if the output type
# option specified above is "tcpsocket".
#
# A value of '1' will enable this feature

use_ssl=0

 

# DATABASE SERVER TYPE
# This option determines what type of DB server the daemon should
# connect to.
# Values:
#       mysql = MySQL
#       pgsql = PostgreSQL

db_servertype=mysql

 

# DATABASE HOST
# This option specifies what host the DB server is running on.

db_host=localhost

 

# DATABASE PORT
# This option specifies the port that the DB server is running on.
# Values:
#       3306 = Default MySQL port
#       5432 = Default PostgreSQL port

db_port=3306

 

# DATABASE NAME
# This option specifies the name of the database that should be used.

db_name=cacti

 

# DATABASE TABLE PREFIX
# Determines the prefix (if any) that should be prepended to table names.
# If you modify the table prefix, you'll need to modify the SQL script for
# creating the database!

db_prefix=nagios_

 

# DATABASE USERNAME/PASSWORD
# This is the username/password that will be used to authenticate to the DB.
# The user needs at least SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE privileges on
# the database.

db_user=root
db_pass=justdoit

 

## TABLE TRIMMING OPTIONS
# Several database tables containing Nagios event data can become quite large
# over time.  Most admins will want to trim these tables and keep only a
# certain amount of data in them.  The options below are used to specify the
# age (in MINUTES) that data should be allowd to remain in various tables
# before it is deleted.  Using a value of zero (0) for any value means that
# that particular table should NOT be automatically trimmed.

# Keep timed events for 24 hours
max_timedevents_age=1440

# Keep system commands for 1 week
max_systemcommands_age=10080

# Keep service checks for 1 week
max_servicechecks_age=10080

# Keep host checks for 1 week
max_hostchecks_age=10080

# Keep event handlers for 31 days
max_eventhandlers_age=44640

# Keep external commands for 31 days
max_externalcommands_age=44640

 


# DEBUG LEVEL
# This option determines how much (if any) debugging information will
# be written to the debug file.  OR values together to log multiple
# types of information.
# Values: -1 = Everything
#          0 = Nothing
#          1 = Process info
#          2 = SQL queries

debug_level=1

 

# DEBUG VERBOSITY
# This option determines how verbose the debug log out will be.
# Values: 0 = Brief output
#         1 = More detailed
#         2 = Very detailed

debug_verbosity=1

 

# DEBUG FILE
# This option determines where the daemon should write debugging information.

debug_file=/usr/local/nagios/var/ndo2db.debug

 

# MAX DEBUG FILE SIZE
# This option determines the maximum size (in bytes) of the debug file.  If
# the file grows larger than this size, it will be renamed with a .old
# extension.  If a file already exists with a .old extension it will
# automatically be deleted.  This helps ensure your disk space usage doesn't
# get out of control when debugging.

max_debug_file_size=1000000

 

 

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ndomod

估计是这个文件的权限问题。

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