Monthly Archives: January 2013

Zabbix 2.0.5 string freeze starts

When we started following the string freeze principle for Zabbix 2.0.3 release, the goal was to give translators some time period before each release, thus increasing the chances of a translation being completely finished. That did help, and 2.0.3 came … Continue reading

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“Why on earth was I not notified?!”

“Why on earth was I not notified?!” — ever heard that question from a fellow worker? Setting up notifications can be a challenge — and not only for beginners. Normally, debugging such cases is cumbersome, complex and requires a good … Continue reading

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Zabbix 2.2 features, part 3 – Web scenario retries

Let’s continue our series about the improvements that are coming in Zabbix 2.2. We already examined one web monitoring improvement – ability to template it. But there’s more – in 2.2 you will be able to specify how many times a … Continue reading

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Zabbix 2.2 features, part 2 – Templated web monitoring

Continuing with the series on upcoming Zabbix 2.2, the second feature we will look at will be related to the built-in web monitoring that has been available in Zabbix for quite some time already. One problem some users faced – … Continue reading

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Zabbix 2.2 features, part 1 – Automatic database upgrading

Zabbix currently is at version 2.0, and this version took quite a long time to get out – almost 2 and a half years. Of course, all that wait was not in vain – Zabbix 2.0 provided a huge amount … Continue reading

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Low Level Discovery for Windows Services

Introduction When monitoring Windows servers and services it would be really handy to have a check to see if all the services that are registered with the system to automatically start up during boot, are also started. You can use … Continue reading

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