Am 2018-02-14 23:38, schrieb Antony Stone:

Hi Anthony,

In many cases, an Icinga2 "zone" is only allowed to contain a single machine, and yet the normal language definition of a "zone" would be that it covers several machines - maybe in a data centre, maybe on a continent, maybe in a business group, whatever - but Icinga2 seems to regard a "zone" as simply "the machines which are monitored by *this* Icinga2 instance" (thereby resulting in every client machine with its own Icinga2 installation as being the only
machine in its own "zone").

I don't think that is the case. I have done setups with multiple zones, where each zone did contain a lot (hundreds) of monitored hosts and the monitoring has been split across multiple (two) satellites (I would have done more, but due to a bug that was limited to two).

If you go ahead and take the default config where ZoneName = NodeName, then yes, this results in a lot of zones for a lot of nodes, but it does not have to be that way!

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