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Old 06-09-2009, 06:40 AM   #1
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Advance Nagios Configuration

Hello all,

Some advance nagios configuration is required in my project.

Does nagios require its own agent or can be used along with TIBCO Hawk agent?
Does it cover entire application landscape of TIBCO Applications, J2EE Applications, Databases etc.?
Can it read application log files and generate Application Error alerts?

Feasibility for integration with TIBCO, WebLogic, Documentum, Oracle, Control-M?

Links for already written plugins are most welcomed.

Thanks in advance.
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Don't know what TIBCO is so can't respond directly about that.

You might want to check this site:

Doing a quick check there I found mention of Oracle, WebLogic and Documentum on this:

Doing a check for Oracle I found several items:

Also of course you can easily create scripts that work with Nagios (and NRPE) to do pretty much anything you can do from command line. I've written monitors for web pages, doing Oracle TNSPING, checking for key processes (pmon, lsnr), checking to see which node of a cluster is the active one etc... If there is no TIBCO plugin but you know how to do a check from command line you can create a script to do it and show its results in Nagios output.

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Old 06-11-2009, 09:35 AM   #3
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Thanks for the reply.

Though I got the answers for my queries, will check the links and update if required.
Regarding TIBCO, I too don't have much idea. But mostly it can be done using check_snmp/check_rrd plugin.
Will update once get all the answers.
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Hi All,

Sorry to dig up a really old post but did anyone find / or know any information regarding this?

We're looking to replace our ageing MON set-up with icinga/nagios and it would be great if we could some how incorporate our existing tibco hawk alerts into it.

Any replies most welcome.




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