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Opsview Monitor Slave Server Died

Find out how to fix your Opsview Monitor Slave Server

There are many variables that could cause the Opsview Monitor Slave servers to die, although this is a highly infrequent occurrence. If it does happen, it can be most commonly be solved by:

  • Checking the Opsview Monitor Services
    • /etc/init.d/opsview status
  • Checking logs on the Opsview Monitor Slave servers for any errors
    • log files within /usr/local/nagios/var/log
    • /usr/local/nagios/var/nagios.log (you can use nlcat -p to parse this log for you)
  • Restarting the services
    • /etc/init.d/opsview restart
  • Checking connectivity by running 'send2slaves -t' on the Opsview Monitor Master

You can also check Installing Opsview Monitor Slaves to ensure your configuration is correct.

Opsview Monitor Slave Server Died

Find out how to fix your Opsview Monitor Slave Server