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ZABBIX Manual v1.6
1.About
1.1.Revision History
1.2.Conventions
1.3.Distribution list
1.4.Overview of ZABBIX
1.4.1.What is ZABBIX?
1.4.2.What does ZABBIX offer?
1.4.3.Why use ZABBIX?
1.4.4.Users of ZABBIX
1.5.Goals and Principles
1.5.1.Main Goals of ZABBIX Development
1.5.2.Main principles of ZABBIX development
1.6.What’s new in ZABBIX 1.6
1.6.1.Escalations and Repeated notifications
1.6.2.Much Better Performance
1.6.3.Support of IPv6
1.6.4.Support of IPMI
1.6.5.Better Distributed Monitoring
1.6.6.ZABBIX Proxy Process
1.6.7.Dashboard
1.6.8.Dynamic Screens
1.6.9.Nice Zoom for Graphs
1.6.10.Pie Charts
1.6.11.Basic Management Functions
1.6.12.More Efficient Communication with Agents
1.6.13.More Efficient ZABBIX Sender
1.6.14.Improved View of Trigger Statuses
1.6.15.Support of SNMP Data with Dynamic Index
1.6.16.Special Processing of Well-known SNMP OIDs
1.6.17.Added Printable View for All Screens
1.6.18.Disabling of Login Rights for a Group of Users
1.6.19.Added Support of UTF-8
1.6.20.Added Screen for Better Management of Translations
1.6.21.Added Maintenance Mode
1.6.22.Unlimited Number of Map Link Styles
1.6.23.Improved User Permission Schema
1.6.24.Other Improvements
1.6.24.1.Queue moved into Administration
1.6.24.3.Auto-login option
1.6.24.4.New communication protocol
1.6.24.5.Support of themes for ZABBIX front-end
1.6.24.6.User ‘guest’ can be disabled
1.6.24.7.Disabling of a group of users
1.6.24.8.Database down screen
1.6.24.9.Duplicated Login removed
1.6.24.10.Added sorting for all screens
1.6.24.11.Better informative message
1.6.24.13.Support of negative values in graphs
1.6.24.14.Support of directories in the parameter Include
1.6.24.15.Support of new macros
1.6.24.16.New after-login greeting message
1.6.24.17.Auto-discovery by ICMP ping
1.6.24.18.Increased number of log entries sent per second
1.6.24.20.Added full-screen icon
1.6.24.21.Active only mode for ZABBIX agent
1.6.24.22.Added monitoring of Proxy availability
1.6.24.23.Added protection against brute-force attacks
1.6.24.24.Improved event viewing
1.6.24.25.More accurate ICMP pings
1.6.24.26.Support of bulk acknowledgements
1.6.24.27.Added time filter to Availability Report
1.6.24.28.History of Actions moved under Administration
1.6.24.29.Required server performance value is available
1.6.24.30.Added support of auto-login
1.6.24.31.Automatic selection of the first element in drop-downs
1.6.24.32.Last access time is displayed for users
1.6.24.33.More flexible Status of Trigger screen
1.6.24.34.Extended host profiles
1.7.Installation and Upgrade Notes
1.7.1.Installation
1.7.2.Version compatibility
1.7.3.Important
1.7.4.Upgrade procedure
1.7.4.1.Stop ZABBIX server
1.7.4.2.Backup existing ZABBIX database
1.7.4.4.Install new server binaries
1.7.4.5.Review Server configuration parameters
1.7.4.6.Upgrade database
1.7.4.7.Install new ZABBIX GUI
1.7.4.8.Start new ZABBIX binaries
1.8.Commercial support
2.Installation
2.1.How to Get ZABBIX
2.2.Requirements
2.2.1.Hardware Requirements
2.2.1.1.Memory Requirements
2.2.1.2.CPU Requirements
2.2.1.3.Other hardware
2.2.1.4.Examples of hardware configuration
2.2.2.Supported Platforms
2.2.3.Software Requirements
2.2.4.Choice of database engine
2.2.5.Database size
2.2.6.Time synchronization
2.3.Components
2.3.1.ZABBIX Components
2.3.2.ZABBIX Server
2.3.3.ZABBIX Proxy
2.3.4.ZABBIX Agent
2.3.5.The WEB Interface
2.4.Installation from Source
2.4.1.Software requirements
2.4.2.Structure of ZABBIX distribution
2.4.3.ZABBIX Server
2.4.4.ZABBIX Proxy
2.4.5.ZABBIX Agent
2.4.6.ZABBIX WEB Interface
2.5.Upgrading
2.5.1.Database upgrade
3.ZABBIX Processes
3.1.ZABBIX Server
3.2.ZABBIX Proxy
3.3.ZABBIX Agent (UNIX, standalone daemon)
3.4.ZABBIX Agent (UNIX, Inetd version)
3.5.ZABBIX Agent (Windows)
3.5.1.Installation
3.5.2.Usage
3.6.ZABBIX Sender (UNIX)
3.7.ZABBIX Get (UNIX)
4.Configuration
4.1.Development Environment
4.2.Actions
4.2.1.Action conditions
4.2.2.Operations
4.2.3.Macros for messages and remote commands
4.3.Macros
4.3.1.List of supported macros
4.4.Applications
4.5.Graphs
4.6.Medias
4.6.1.EMAIL
4.6.2.JABBER
4.6.3.SCRIPT
4.6.4.GSM Modem
4.7.Host templates
4.8.Host groups
4.9.Host and trigger dependencies
4.10.Items
4.10.1.Item key
4.10.2.Supported by Platform
4.10.3.ZABBIX Agent
4.10.4.SNMP Agent
4.10.5.Simple checks
4.10.5.1.Timeout processing
4.10.5.2.ICMP pings
4.10.6.Internal Checks
4.10.7.Aggregated checks
4.10.8.External checks
4.11.User Parameters
4.11.1.Simple user parameters
4.11.2.Flexible user parameters
For flexible user parameters,
4.12.Windows performance counters
4.12.1.Simple user parameters
4.13.Triggers
4.13.1.Expression for triggers
4.13.2.Trigger dependencies
4.13.3.Trigger severity
4.13.4.Hysteresis
4.14.Screens and Slide Shows
4.15.IT Services
4.16.User permissions
4.16.1.Overview
4.16.2.User types
4.17.The Queue
4.17.1.Overview
4.17.2.How to read
4.18.Utilities
4.18.1.Start-up scripts
4.18.2.snmptrap.sh
7.Quick Start Guide
7.1.Login
7.1.1.Protection against brute force attacks
7.2.Add user
7.3.Email settings
7.4.Add agent-enabled host
7.5.Set-up notifications
8.XML Import and Export
8.1.Goals
8.2.Overview
8.3.Data export
8.4.Data import
9.Tutorials
9.1.Extending ZABBIX Agent
9.2.Monitoring of log files
9.3.Remote actions
9.4.Monitoring of Windows services
10.Escalations and repeated notifications
10.1.Goals
10.2.Overview
11.WEB Monitoring
11.1.Goals
11.2.Overview
11.3.WEB Scenario
11.4.WEB Step
11.5.Real life scenario
12.Log File Monitoring
12.1.Overview
12.2.How it works
13.Auto-discovery
13.1.Goals
13.2.Overview
13.3.How it works
13.3.1.Discovery
13.3.2.Actions
13.4.Auto-discovery rule
13.5.Real life scenario
14.Advanced SNMP monitoring
14.1.Special MIBs
14.2.Use of dynamic indexes
15.Monitoring of IPMI devices
15.1.Goals
15.2.IMPI parameters
15.3.IPMI actions
16.Use of Proxies
16.1.Why use Proxy
16.2.Proxy v.s. Node
16.3.Configuration
17.Distributed Monitoring
17.1.Goals
17.2.Overview
17.3.Configuration
17.3.1.Configuration of Nodes
17.3.2.Simple configuration
17.3.3.More complex setup
17.4.Platform independence
17.5.Configuration of a single Node
17.6.Switching between nodes
17.7.Data flow
17.7.1.Child to Master
17.7.2.Master to Child
17.7.3.Firewall settings
17.8.Performance considerations
18.Maintenance mode for ZABBIX GUI
18.1.Goals
18.2.Configuration
18.3.How it looks like
19.WEB Interface
19.1.Creating your own theme
19.2.1.3.Images
19.2.1.4.Themes
19.2.1.5.Value mapping
19.2.1.6.Working time
19.2.1.7.Other
19.2.2.WEB
19.2.3.Hosts
19.2.3.1.Hosts
19.2.3.2.Templates
19.2.3.3.Proxies
19.2.3.4.Host groups
19.2.3.5.Template linkage
19.2.3.6.Applications
19.2.4.Items
19.2.4.1.Items
19.2.5.Triggers
19.2.5.1.Triggers
19.2.6.Actions
19.2.6.1.Actions
19.2.7.Graphs
19.2.7.1.Graphs
19.2.8.Screens
19.2.8.1.Screens
19.2.9.Maps
19.2.9.1.Maps
19.2.10.IT Services
19.2.10.1.IT Services
19.2.11.Discovery
19.2.11.1.Discovery
19.2.12.Export/Import
19.2.12.1.Export
19.2.12.2.Import
19.3.Administration
19.3.1.Authentication
19.3.1.1.HTTP
19.3.1.2.LDAP
19.3.2.Users
19.3.2.1.Users
19.3.4.Scripts
19.3.5.Audit
19.3.6.Queue
19.3.7.Notifications
19.3.8.Locales
19.3.9.Installation
20.Performance Tuning
20.1.Real world configuration
20.2.Performance tuning
20.2.1.Hardware
20.2.2.Operating System
20.2.3.Database Engine
20.2.4.General advices
21.Cookbook
21.1.GENERAL RECIPES
21.1.1.Monitoring of server's availability
21.1.2.Sending alerts via WinPopUps
21.2.MONITORING OF SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS
21.2.1.AS/400
21.2.2.MySQL
21.2.3.Mikrotik routers
21.2.4.WIN32
21.2.5.Novell
21.2.6.Tuxedo
21.2.7.Informix
21.2.8.JMX
21.3.INTEGRATION
21.3.1.HP OpenView
22.Troubleshooting
22.1.Error and warning messages
23.Licence
24.Contribute
25.Credits
25.1.Developers of ZABBIX
25.2.Contributors to ZABBIX
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