Nagiosdigger is a powerfull web frontend for the logging produced by Nagios. It enables you to dig trough all the data (problem events) enabling you to quickly determine trends and/or systems with problems. Searching, SLA calculations and problem predictions are some of the features.
It requires a MySQL database as well as the JPGraph graph creating library.


0.9 Corrected graphs, corrected correlation coefficient, adde problem predictor, added nagios event handler for realtime statistics, added "total downtime durations" screen for SLA-calculations, corrected statistics
0.8 Added 'trends', improved colors, code cleanups, numerous fixes
0.7 Added search-functionality, now only graphs selected events
0.6 Now can correlate host+service combinations: what service of a certain host matches with an other service of some other host
0.5 More graphs, more statistics and coloring of objects with suspicious number of events
0.4 Added correlator to hosts-statistics, global statistics were wrong when a period was selected
0.2 Added some clarifications and extra statistics
0.1 Initial release



Demo site


You might be interested in CoffeeSaint: an application that shows the status of Nagios (version 1 up to 3 and the newer XI) on a screen. It can, if there are no errors, display a Webcam feed. If an error status occurs, it can play a sound. One can configure it to display certain errors/warnings always on top. It is remotely configurable via a built-in Web interface.

If you're interested in the Nagios monitoring software or the Nagios Incident Manager, please follow this link to the Nagios website: it pays the hosting costs for Thanks!

Nagcon: a console application interfacing to Nagios which gives you an overview of all services with troubled services.
check_nagios_summary enables you to do perform distributed monitoring.
NagIRCBot announces the Nagios status on an IRC channel.
NagTail is like tail on the Nagios status logfile.

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