Host record system

Hello I am almost new to icinga and I would like you to guide me or give me examples of how to make and configure a system of records that indicates the start and end time of the change of state of a host (for example, the time was connected and disconnected I recently saw this image and it is what I want, but when I went to the image section I did not get the option to filter by notification. I hope you can help me, greetings

“Hello I am almost new to icinga”

Hello and welcome.

I notice that you have asked a remarkably large number of questions in a very
short space of time.

I recommend that you stick to one topic at a time - ask a question, hopefully
get some assistance, try it out and feel comfortable with the outcome, then
move on to another topic and repeat.

I recommend this for several reasons:

  1. I think you’re more likely to get answers from people if they can focus on
    one thing that you’re asking about

  2. It’ll help you to learn about Icinga in a more meaningful way, rather than
    picking up bits of information about all sorts of parts of the system in no
    structured order

  3. If you make modifications to your setup in the hope of fixing one problem or
    configuring some aspect, this may have an influence on something else you have
    been asking about, so it’s best to stick to one thing at a time, get it
    working how you want (or as close as possible) and then move on to the next

So, my recommendation is:

a) tell us what operating system and version you are running Icinga on

b) tell us which version of Icinga you are using and how you installed it

c) if you followed any online instructions to do this, show us the URL/s

d) identify the most basic thing you’re having a problem with now that you’ve
got this far, and ask a question about it, giving enough detail about what
you’re doing and what the problem is so that we might be able to reproduce it
for ourselves if necessary

e) once that thing is dealt with and you understand it better and/or have got
it working better, move on to the next thing you want to do and ask about




Hello there and welcome again :slight_smile:

I’ll just hook in here on Antonys reply, because it put my thoughts into words pretty well.

I would also suggest taking down your other posts you made for now (not delete, just unlist) and start at the beginning and work your way up to a functioning system.

I get that people learn differently and you might benefit from having mulitple things to work on, but it’s a little difficult for other users in the forum to reply properly, as with advances on one topic the background for the others might change too.

Have a nice day,