[Nagios-devel] Nagios 4: Call for testing

Daniel Wittenberg daniel.wittenberg.r0ko at statefarm.com
Fri Sep 14 20:23:55 UTC 2012


First build of the RPM's are below.  So far we've been using them during testing but not in any kind of production environment so let me know if any issues/changes.

https://github.com/dwittenberg2008/nagios/tree/master/rpms

Dan


On Sep 13, 2012, at 5:52 PM, Daniel Wittenberg wrote:

RPM's for CentOS/RHEL 6 will be available tomorrow.  Shout if you want them built for other platforms and I'll see what I can do.

Dan


On Sep 13, 2012, at 5:00 PM, Andreas Ericsson wrote:

Yes, you read it right. Nagios 4 is approaching, but it needs your
help to reach the finish-line, so pretty please HELP!

Right now, config parsing is a lot quicker. Check execution is
done through workers, except on-demand host chekc execution, which
is still handled by the serial model.

Code can be fetched from either of:
svn co https://nagios.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nagios nagios
git://github.com/ageric/nagios.git

The people who provide me with the most valuable bug reports will be
rewarded with a special prize, apart from a special mention at the
Nagios World Conference 2012, happening in Minneapolis on september
25, 26, 27 and 28 this year (as it's 2012...).

Points will be given on:
* Accuracy of bugreport. If the bug is triggered by one of 13 trillion
serviceescalations, you'll have an excellent chance if you produce
an example config which reproduces the problem without creating a
huge overhead.
* Patchiness of bugreport. If the bug contains valgrind output showing
illegal memory access, or a backtrace of the error, it will be given
extra credit. If it contains a minimal setup displaying the error as
well as a patch fixing the error, you're almost sure to be in the
very small Circle Of Winners.
* Surgeonry of bugreport. If a patch fixes a billion unrelated items,
points will be taken from it.
* bugreports of a slow Nagios accompanied by gprof or valgrind output
output will be given priority over other bugreports of a slow Nagios.


Note that only bugreports providede *before* 2012-09-24 will be
considerered, and also note that the winners will be announced at the
Nagios World Conference 2012 (unless they explicitly ask me not to
mention their names, in which case they can't even compete, really, but
will probably get several shots from me if I ever meet them and *may*
get a very special prize anyway).


Patches can be provided for Core Nagios, Livestatus, NDOUtils, Merlin
mod_gearman, dnx_utils or npcdmod. Each project gives extra points,
provided it's universal. Patches that promote a specific installation
directory are worthless and won't be considered.


So spedang! and get your hack on, folks :)


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