New nightly build out. Mainly this has a much improved installer so please let me know how it work out. Also if you have an old version of NSCLient++ (which is not upgraded/uninstalled propperly) send mt the install log (msiexec /l* log.txt /i ) so I can add it ...

Hello everyone (yes, I know.. no one reads this but anyways feels better pretending not talk to myself)... I have added a new guide (it I hope illustrates the basics of using NSClient++ with Nagios) on how to check if a process is running on a windows machine. It draws ...

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0.3.6 Release!

Posted by mickem at 2009-06-14

Finally after and long overdue is the new version here. This is a major update and a recommended one as there are memory leaks in the previous version. The highlight in addition to all the fixes and minor things are the experimental new installer which allows you to configure some ...

Hello, Since the [http://bambuser.com/v/179087 presentation] I did on Noric Meet on Nagios is on bambuser I figured I would share the link to it so you might all enjoy :) Topics are: * Basic Usage of NSClient++ * Basic Monitoring features * Eventlog monitoring * WMI * Scripting (very briefly) For the ...

Hello everyone. I have for the past few weeks been trying to track down a memory leak which has been plaguing me for some time now. And after spending literal hundreds of hours looking over everything trying various simulations and what not I found it. And felt pretty silly as ...

Hello, Since spam is picking up I have, again, disabled anonymous posting to see if this helps a bit. It is op to post just register a user (capta) and you should be fine. '''If anyone has problems with this let me know at michaelmedinname''' // Michael Medin

Hello, Just thought I'd post a short notice since I (Michael Medin) will be speaking on the up-coming "Nordic Meet on Nagios 09" conference. I will again speak on windows monitoring (this time more advanced stuff) and in addition to this I will also hold a workshop where I ...

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RC8 out!

Posted by mickem at 2009-03-26

Hello everyone (and yes that is probably only me, since no one ever comments on theses :) Anyways, new RC out as promised, nothing really new from last nights build but I have been running some tests and such to see if I can track down the errant memory leak I ...

I disallowed wget since it use up quite a lot of "my" resources, please respect this and don't "try to get around it" if you have a legit reason for it let me know and I can help you out. // Michael Medin

I have added some caching to css/js which will make the site a bit snappier as well as (I hope) reduce the load on the slice. I was at a customer doing a review on a public "high profile" website and remarked on this issue and on the way ...

The latest RC out in a bit will fix the issues with missing encryptions on NSCA connections. A good way to verify this is too run:

 NSClient++ /about

Which yields the following:

 ... l NSClient++.cpp(339) * NSCAAgent (w/ encryption) (NSCAAgent.dll) l NSClient++.cpp(342) Passive check support (needs NSCA ...

Sight... Apparently (I just discovered) trac 11 was a '''big''' mistake memory usage has gone through the roof as well as overall performance. I shall investigate if I can downgrade again this weekend or possibly dist-upgrade and see if python 2.5 is better then 2.4 (apparently it is ...

Hello again, RC3 is out with two changes to event log. I will also (during the weekend) be upgrading trac to 0.11 in hopes to reduce spam (as it allows email verification for registration of users). Change log:

 2009-02-05 MickeM * Fixed so the error message for "to small eventlog ...