Images in posts?

I’ve just noticed that most of the images that should be visible within posts appear as broken links!  All the images are on the server, there seems to be something wrong within WordPress, or mySQL. At first I thought no problem, that’s an easy fix…  No its not! as this will require me to edit … Read more

Just some thoughts…

Well as the last week & a half have been pretty hectic, I’ve not had much time to even look at my blog, little lone write something worth while. There has been lots happening with Clare, but I’m not going to discuss/talk about that in this post, only to day what I just said! On … Read more

Icinga turns One! (what a year!)

Well today marks a special day in the development of the Icinga project, its first birthday! Now for me this all started out as a twitter post I happen to see and then investigated further. For me, I wasn’t familiar with the structure of the Nagios project nor was I even aware/interested in any political … Read more

Extract from Icinga release

Sourced from www.icinga.org December 16 2009: Today the Icinga Team releases the Icinga Core 1.0. This is a milestone for both the team and the project as a whole. After many months of hard work we are proud to bring you a stable, alternative monitoring solution. This release includes many changes as suggested by the … Read more

Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-web 0.9.1 alpha

With just 8 days until the release of Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-Web 0.9.1 alpha. lets reflect on what has been worked on over the last month and a half… core: create webserver conf.d dir if not existing core: output the correct config parameter name on error message core: run dos2unix on spec file core: check … Read more

Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-web 0.9.1 alpha

With just 8 days until the release of Icinga 1.0 & Icinga-Web 0.9.1 alpha. lets reflect on what has been worked on over the last month and a half… core: create webserver conf.d dir if not existing core: output the correct config parameter name on error message core: run dos2unix on spec file core: check … Read more

7 Hosts & 50 Services – Icinga Rocks!

I’ve been working on my Icinga Monitoring service, to date I now have it successfully monitoring 7 hosts and 50 services! So what am I monitoring ??? OK well, I only have a small home network, however I want to know just what is down at any stage! as I run my own Email/Web server … Read more

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