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       nagios3 - network/systems status monitoring daemon


       nagios3 [-h] [-v] [-s] [-d] <main_config_file>


       nagios3 is a daemon program that monitors the status of various network
       accessible systems, devices, and more.  For  more  information,  please
       consult the online documentation available at, or
       on your nagios server's web page.


              The main configuration file.  On debian systems this defaults to

       -h     A helpful usage message

       -v     Reads  all  data in the configuration files and performs a basic
              verification/sanity check.  Always make  sure  you  verify  your
              config data before (re)starting Nagios.

       -s     Shows  projected/recommended  check scheduling information based
              on the current data in the configuration files.

       -d     Starts Nagios  in  daemon  mode  (instead  of  as  a  foreground


              Default configuration directory for nagios3


       nagios3   is   written   and   maintained   by   Ethan   Galstad
       <>.  This  manual  page  was  written  by  sean
       finney  <>  for the Debian GNU/Linux operating
       system (but it may be freely used, modified,  and  redistributed
       by others).

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