GroundWork Monitor Enterprise
GroundWork TCG Elastic Connector
Use this tar file to run the Elastic connector on Linux systems as a service as an alternative to running in a container in GroundWork 8.
GroundWork TCG APM Connector
Use this tar file to run the APM connector on Linux systems as a service as an alternative to running in a container in GroundWork 8.
GroundWork Distributed Monitoring Agent (GDMA)
Standby Notification Server
Custom Reporting Server
You may use these packages of compiled Nagios™ plugins for SSH-based monitoring on hosts that you want to monitor with GroundWork Monitor. These packages are for generic Linux hosts, most Linux variants will work, and all of the required libraries and Perl modules are included.
- Assumptions: You may have the user nagios or other user created, the script accommodates and assumes /home is the location, you have enough disk space to store the plugins and libraries (approximately 80MB), and your installed Linux uses bash and has paths that are compatible with GroundWork Monitor.
- Considerations: This package installs all the libraries needed to run the plugins, as well as the plugins themselves. It also installs its own copy of Perl, so if you add or modify these plugins keep this in mind. Adding a Perl module to the system Perl, for example, will have no effect on plugins that reference the installation in /usr/local/groundwork. The installer scripts have been updated to; test if you supplied a username, not add the user if it exists, unpack the tar into the /usr/local/groundwork location, and make a link in the user home directory to the plugins location. You can choose a different user name than nagios if you set up the GroundWork services to use a different name. The profiles included with GroundWork Monitor all use nagios by default.
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NSClient++ Windows plugins
You may want to use these Visual Basic plugins with NSClient++ on Windows. They provide basic monitoring, and can be extended as needed to include corrective actions, triggered with the check_nrpe plugin by NoMa, or by event handlers in Nagios.