Set up nagios template on openvz based vps:
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VPS will be a bare CentOS 4 with yum added.
Fixed price quote only.
1) BASIC setup that works - We'll then back it up before testing functionality - NO customized options at this point - Just VERY basic install like generic instructions.
2) Add 3 remote servers to be monitored and instructions of any steps that you did to make each work (cut/paste url and content of url incase it disappears is sufficient):
a) Windows 2003 server (we'll install the plugins / client tools needed on the windows server)
b) generic linux box (hardware / normal machine)
c) another VPS machine (monitoring the virtual slice, NOT the host, i.e. should be the same as b I believe).
3) We restore backup and have one of our linux techs follow your steps for #2 to verify they're accurate and work. Any mistakes we'll need corrected in the instructions - The instructions should be sufficient that any linux admin can make it work without researching anything further.
I'm NOT very familiar with Nagios, and I don't want to invest the time to read up on it until I see this working on these 3 typers of systems and decide if we want to pursue it further. I believe Apache install is needed and I'm not sure if MySQL is needed. Remember the VPS is a base install, so there's nothing on there to conflict in setups - it should be simple and quick to do this.
Possibility to extend the work on this if you're good and quick with linux admin
5 freelancers are bidding on average $97 for this job
I setup and manage a very big nagios install on CentOS 4 with over than 100 hosts and over than 800 services. Apache is needed, mysql is not needed. See private message.