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gspanner
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Upgrdae

We are currently running Opsview Core in a master and slave configuration. Over the past week I have seen a slow down and performance impact both in the command line and web interface. We are also getting an NDO critical alert from the master server and there is a massive backlog of files in the /usr/local/nagios/var/ndologs directory. I have cleared these and restarted to no avail - I have also temporarily commented out the following entry in crontab as the backup of ndo files started shortly after this time:

11 3 * * * /usr/local/nagios/bin/rc.opsview cron_daily > /dev/null 2>&1

I am after some information around the process required to upgrade the system as we are running a large number of service checks and from reading forunm posts the ndo import process is now quite aged. The system details are:

Version: 20120424
Hosts: 301
Services: 2499
Slaves: 16

Thanks in advance.

 

smarsh
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Hello,

Hello,

You are actually running the last version of Opsview Community which was last updated almost 3 years ago, so it is no suprise it is creaking! The replacmenet of Opsview Community is Opsview Core, however if you are running slave servers this will not be suitable as an upgrade as since May 2012, slaves ('scalability') is a paid for feature in Opsview Pro and Opsview Enterprise.

If you are using this for a commercial venture and thus need stability and a supported platform, i'd recommend having a look at Opsview Pro (or enterprise if you are going to be monitoring 200+ devices), as these will suit your needs and support the latest and greatest OS's (Ubuntu 14.04, RHEL 7, Centos 7, etc).

Best,

Sam

gspanner
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Hi Sam,

Hi Sam,

Thanks for the reponse and to be honest it confirmed my suspicions. I will take a look at the other releases and see where we can go from there.