From my point of view NagMIN is the best configuration tool for Linux. Unfortunately the development looks like frozen. In the past I had also made changes on the source code to make NagMIN working with never versions of Nagios. After deciding to give Shinken a chance and looking around for other config tools I started this fork of NagMIN.
Because it look like there is no
development over so many years I found it cool to name it as analogy of
the movie 'Short Circuit' and the German title 'Nummer 5 lebt!
' or if you like it more to the table tennis rubber 'Yasaka Mark
What are the main differences?
It works with newer versions of Nagios
Other major changes are:
Advantages compared to other Nagios
More tests in production
Download NagminV 20121230