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merlin - Module for Endless Redundancy and Loadbalancing In Naemon/Nagios

The Merlin project was initially started to create an easy way to set up distributed Nagios installations allowing Nagios processes to exchange information directly as an alternative to the standard Nagios way using NSCA. When starting the Ninja project we realized that we could continue the work on Merlin and adopt the project to function as backend for Ninja by adding support for storing the status information in a database, fault tolerance and some other cool things. This means that Merlin now are responsible for providing status data, acting as a backend, for the Ninja GUI.

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distributed_monitoring loadbalancing merlin merlin_mod naemon nagios nagiosplugin ninja op5 redundancy

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30 Day Summary

Aug 30 2022 — Sep 29 2022

12 Month Summary

Sep 29 2021 — Sep 29 2022
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