[omd-users] How can I upgrade the version of NSCA on my OMD installation?
mariog at absi.be
Mon Sep 28 11:21:42 CEST 2015
best is to replace your send_nsca instead of the server.
this shows how to do in a debian system...but can also applied to centos or
On 26 September 2015 at 09:42, Paul Bongers <check-mk at paul-bongers.nl>
> Hi Rick,
> I'd say you can simply replace the nsca binary
> (/omd/sites/<site_name>/bin/nsca) with a newer one.
> Obviously, you'll have to replace the configuration file as well it
> they're incompatible.
> I don't know if you'll still get support from the developers this way, so
> I'd backup the original binary so you can restore it once you've finished
> the migration.
> On 25/09/15 17:41, Rick Wilson wrote:
> I have an incompatibility problem with NSCA versions. I am setting up a
> replacement Nagios system for an old existing one. The old one is using
> NSCA 2.9.1, the version that is included in the OMD distribution is 2.7.2.
> These are not compatible.
> How do I upgrade the 2.7.2 version?
> Rick Wilson
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