NagMIN Copyright 2003 - Fred Reimers
Nagios 2009-2012 Nagios Enterprises, LLC. All rights reserved.
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 V'.
What are the main differences?
It works with newer versions of Nagios and Shinken!
Other major changes are:
Improved search because blob is changed to text
Multiselect instead of standard select form
Advantages compared to other Nagios admin tools?
Clear database structures
Great search function
All advantages that you get from Webmin integration
Look and feel is not so eye candy
Sometimes are problems with dependencies of tables
More tests in production
Download NagminV 20121230
For more information see here
Any comments? .. send me an mail
Last update: 31.12.2012 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org