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Nagios Console Monitor

nsc (Nagios Console Monitor) is a curses-based console monitor for Nagios. It allows you to monitor Nagios services without the expense or availability of a GUI. nsc features realtime display of netsaint status, adjustable display layout, and coloring/highlighting for troubled items. It has a clean and simple display and usage, displays all essential Nagios service status information on a single screen, and should run anywhere with proper Perl::Curses support.

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  •  18 May 2005 16:25

    Release Notes: Support for the new Nagios v2.0 status.log format has been added. "Acknowledged" problems in Nagios are now handled as such by nsc. The ability to monitor Nagios running on a different host was added. The --hosts commandline option filters the service list to display only specific hosts. Terminal resize handling and status.log handling when the log is unreadable/broken/gone were fixed.

    •  08 Mar 2004 21:40

      Release Notes: This release has numerous display improvements, auto-roll functionality, much lower CPU consumption, improvements to background colouring, user-configurable keys and colours, a man page, and various bugfixes.

      •  22 Feb 2004 20:59

        Release Notes: Configurable colours and highlighting have been added. Vertical window size changes are now detected and handled appropriately. The '^' key moves to the top of the list of services. There are various other minor changes.

        •  03 Jan 2003 02:44

          Release Notes: Support for Nagios has been added.

          •  06 Nov 2001 19:42

            Release Notes: Various minor fixes were made to allow for compatibility with the latest Netsaint versions. No new features were added to this version.

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