Archive for January 29th, 2010

I recently moved Nagios monitoring from one server to another and ran into a couple minor issues. I wanted to point out some of the errors and the steps I took to resolve those errors on a CentOS Linux server. The biggest pain about moving Nagios for me was the fact that I use Monarch to manage the Nagios configuration files and reconfiguring Monarch was a pain because of some of the Perl modules required and the fact that CentOS still favors Perl 5.8.8 instead of Perl 5.10 which includes some of the necessary Perl modules. Anyway once I got past the Monarch issues I still had some minor problems with Nagios which are pointed out below. The errors are from the Nagios web interface.
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I recently installed Google Analytics JavaScript on a clients KBPublisher installation and figured someone else may find this useful. In the past it has been recommended to put the Google Analytics JavaScript code into the footer of your web site however Google has now released asynchronous tracking code that can be installed in the header safely. Below is information on the Google Analytics asynchronous JavaScript to be placed in the header of the KBPublisher default template. You can apply the same logic though if you have installed a different template for KBPublisher knowledge base software.

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