Automating Nagios service checks via SSH

Tuesday, 19 September 2006, 2:15 AM EST

Today, we値l learn how to automate Nagios service checks via SSH, even when the remote server does not support password-less (key-based) SSH logins.

We値l cobble a lot of technologies together in order to achieve this amazing feat. While no experience is required with most of the technologies we値l be using, you値l need to be proficient in configuring Nagios. I知 also assuming you already have a Nagios instance up, running and operational.

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