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RodriMaroto
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Check database

Good Morning,

I have two question about the version Nagwin free.

I read that if I want the database RDDTool I have to pay, but I in my console Nagwin free, In REPORTS->ALERTS->History, There are alerts the last month's.

If there is no database, where takes the information?

 

The other question is:

Is it possible to prove the Nagwin paid version, before I pay? (10 days to prove o similar)
In my company are interested and I want create the demo with this version.

 

Thanks for your time.

Regards

itefix
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All alerts, trends and

All alerts, trends and availability reports are a standard part of Nagios actually. What Pnp4Nagios provides is trend graphs based on performance data collected.

We don't have a time limited trial edition at the moment. However, you can visit our free monitoring service https://monitor.itefix.net, which is a full Nagwin installation including Pnp4Nagios integration (just click on graph buttons where available). I've sent you login details of a trial account.

RodriMaroto
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Thanks and other question

Thanks you very much for your reply and your time.

Sorry, I don´t understand when you said:

"All alerts, trends and availability reports actually are a standard part of Nagios. What offers Pnp4Nagios is graphical trend based on the collected performance data".

if there are not the database RDDTool,where takes the information for generate In REPORTS->ALERTS->History,the datas?

 

Thanks.

Best regards

 

itefix
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Files used by the built-in

Files used by the built-in Nagios reporting are located at /var/opt/nagios/archives.