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Details of net-analyzer/nagios-core:

Description: Nagios core - monitoring daemon, web GUI, and documentation
Homepage:
https://www.nagios.org/

available versions:

releasesalphaamd64armhppaia64mipsppcppc64ppc macoss390shsparcx86USE-Flagsdependenciesebuild warnings
nagios-core-4.4.5-r6 ~~~---~~---~~apache2
classicui
lighttpd
perl
+web
vim-syntax
show
${CATEGORY}/${PF} only supports apache or lighttpd
out of the box. Since you are not using one of them, you
will have to configure your webserver yourself.
The local state directory for nagios has changed in v4.4.5,
from ${EROOT}var/nagios to ${EROOT}var/lib/nagios. If you
wish to migrate your state to the new location, first stop
nagios and then run

  diff --recursive --brief ${EROOT}var/nagios ${EROOT}var/lib/nagios

to identify any files that should be moved to the new
location. They can simply be moved with \
restarting nagios.
show
nagios-core-4.4.5-r3 ~~~---~~---~~apache2
classicui
lighttpd
perl
+web
vim-syntax
show
${CATEGORY}/${PF} only supports apache or lighttpd
out of the box. Since you are not using one of them, you
will have to configure your webserver yourself.
The local state directory for nagios has changed in v4.4.5,
from ${EROOT}var/nagios to ${EROOT}var/lib/nagios. If you
wish to migrate your state to the new location, first stop
nagios and then run

  diff --recursive --brief ${EROOT}var/nagios ${EROOT}var/lib/nagios

to identify any files that should be moved to the new
location. They can simply be moved with \
restarting nagios.
show
nagios-core-4.3.4 ~+~---++---++apache2
classicui
lighttpd
perl
+web
vim-syntax
show
${CATEGORY}/${PF} only supports apache or lighttpd
out of the box. Since you are not using one of them, you
will have to configure your webserver yourself.
show
Legend:
+ stable
~ testing
- not available
some ebuild warning depend on specific use-flags or architectures, all ebuild-warnings are shown.


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