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1. Installing Icinga

Before you proceed make sure you are using Ubuntu/Debian OS. This icinga documentation is done for Ubuntu/Debian Linux platform !

Icinga can now be installed as follows:

 # apt-get install icinga icinga-doc icinga-phpapi

You will be asked the following questions:

Apache servers to configure for icinga:<– apache2

Please provide the password to be created with the “icingaadmin” user. Icinga web administration password: <– icingaadmin_password
Re-enter password to verify:<– icingaadmin_password

Configure database for icinga-idoutils with dbconfig-common? <– No

Afterwards you can access Icinga under http://www.example.com/icinga/ . You will be asked for a username ( icingaadmin ) and the password you specified during installation:

This is how the Icinga web interface looks:

If you look around, you will notice that there are already a few service checks enabled for localhost by default configuration:

icinga/icinga_confgiguration.txt · Last modified: 2015/06/29 12:10 (external edit)