Hi all!

On Wednesday, 25 September 2013 22:02:14 -0300,
Daniel Bareiro wrote:

> I was reviewing the installation of Nagios which also installed
> PNP4Nagios and I could not find the source code of the latter so I will
> not be able to uninstall it with a simple "make uninstall". So what I'm
> trying to do is disable it.
> For this I was reviewing the Nagios configuration files in
> /usr/local/nagios/etc.
> nagios.cfg: I commented the following line:
> broker_module=/usr/local/nagios/bin/npcdmod.o
> Also I deleted the references to PNP4Nagios in the configuration files
> into the "objects" directory.
> With these changes I got that Nagios can start, however there are some
> sections that are not yet operational:
> * Map.
> * Trends.
> * Alerts -> Histogram.
> Reviewing again in /usr/local/nagios/var/nagios.log, I found the
> following records are repeated continuously:
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> [1380156849] wproc: HOST PERFDATA job 1983 from worker Core Worker 27245 is a 
> non-check helper but exited with return code 2
> [1380156849] wproc:   command: /usr/bin/perl 
> /usr/local/nagios/libexec/process_perfdata.pl -d HOSTPERFDATA
> [1380156849] wproc:   early_timeout=0; exited_ok=1; wait_status=512; 
> error_code=0;
> [1380156849] Worker 27245: Unknown jobtype: 9
> [1380156849] wproc: Unknown job type: 9
> [1380157096] wproc: SERVICE PERFDATA job 2020 from worker Core Worker 27246 
> is a non-check helper but exited with return code 2
> [1380157096] wproc:   command: /usr/bin/perl 
> /usr/local/nagios/libexec/process_perfdata.pl
> [1380157096] wproc:   early_timeout=0; exited_ok=1; wait_status=512; 
> error_code=0;
> [1380157096] Worker 27246: Unknown jobtype: 10
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> May this have to do with the components that are not yet operational?

Although still have these messages in the log, I could fix the errors I
was having to try to get the Map, Trends and Alerts -> Histogram. The
configure was not finding the GD library and include files.

When now entered in the status map for the first time, the default was
"user-supplied coords", with the message below:

"You have not supplied any host drawing coordinates, so you cannot use
this layout method. Read the FAQs for more information on specifying
drawing coordinates or select a different layout method"

If I select "circular (marked up)", I think it was the layout I was
using with Nagios Core 3.5.0, and update, I keep getting the same
message without being able to see the map. Is there to do some
additional configuration?

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