I have a seperate vmware VM that I set up with Centos 7, running icinga2. I’m configuring the system to monitor all servers and devices on the network. I want to monitor IPFire as well. The documentation that I am working off of is using the base installation as an rpm file, but rpm is not installed / available with IPFire. I see there is an icinga pakfire add-on, I tried installing that, but that add-on seems to want to use ipfire as the master icinga server, I want to do the reverse, monitor ipfire from another machine. I also found the nrpe add-on wiki.ipfire.org - NRPE and that seems like it is what I need.
I’m at the point now where I want to configure IPFire with the node wizard. On Centos7 the command to run (as the client) is sudo icinga2 node wizard, but that command is not found on IPFire. Running icinga node wizard produces:
[root@ipfire nagios]# icinga node wizard Icinga 1.11.4 Copyright (c) 2009-2014 Icinga Development Team (http://www.icinga.org) Copyright (c) 2009-2013 Nagios Core Development Team and Community Contributors Copyright (c) 1999-2009 Ethan Galstad Last Modified: 05-28-2014 License: GPL Error: Cannot open main configuration file '/etc/nagios/node' for reading! Failed to read main config file. Aborting. [root@ipfire nagios]#
I’m not finding any posts in the icinga community page for ipfire, has anyone set this up before, and if so can you provide any documentation?