Install LibreNMS Monitoring Tool with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04

First, it is recommended to update your system packages to the latest version. You can do it with the following command:

apt-get update -y

After updating all packages, install all the dependencies required for LibreNMS with the following command:

apt-get install rrdtool whois fping imagemagick graphviz mtr-tiny nmap python3-mysqldb snmp snmpd python3-pip python3-memcache mtr-tiny acl unzip git curl wget -y

Once all the dependencies are installed, you can proceed to the next step. Continue reading “Install LibreNMS Monitoring Tool with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04” »

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Librenms Tidbits

To identify and see what’s wrong with the NMS, run and check the problem by issuing-

./validate.php

If RRD files not being updated in rrd folder, check-

./poller.php -h HOSTNAME -d -f -m os

Reset LibreNMS by dropping database-

DROP DATABASE `librenms`;
CREATE DATABASE `librenms`;
php build-base.php

Admin password reset (or create new admin user in case you’ve forgotten the existing user)-

./adduser.php <USERNAME> <PASSWORD> 10

If receiving such error while installing Librenms, run-

./scripts/composer_wrapper.php install --no-dev

If you’re having poller issue (assuming cron fails), run-

/opt/librenms/poller-wrapper.py

 

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Install Librenms on Ubuntu 16.04

The first step we must do for installing LibreNMS Monitoring Tools is to install some packages needed on the server. Connect to your server and update the repository.

ssh root@hakase-labs-server
sudo apt update

Install all the required packages for LibreNMS from the Ubuntu repository using the following command.

apt-get install fping imagemagick whois mtr-tiny nmap python-mysqldb snmpd  rrdtool git snmp graphviz python lsb snmp

After the installation is complete, goto the next step.

Install Nginx Webserver
In this tutorial, we will be running LibreNMS under the Nginx web server. Nginx is powerful web server that’s available in the Ubuntu repositories.

Install nginx using apt command from the repository in the following way.

apt install nginx

When it’s done, start the service and enable it to run automatically every time at system boot.

systemctl start nginx
systemctl enable nginx

Nginx web server is running under the default port 80. We can check the port using the netstat command, and check Nginx using curl command to get the HTTP status code, as shown below.

netstat -plntu | grep 80
curl -I localhost

Nginx installation has been completed. Continue reading “Install Librenms on Ubuntu 16.04” »

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Add Linux machine on LibreNMS

Install SNMPD first

SNMPd is not installed by default. You must first install snmpd.

apt-get update
apt-get install snmpd lsb -y

Backup default snmp.conf file on the ‘/etc/snmp/’ directory and copy new one from the librenms directory.

mv /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf.asli
cp /opt/librenms/snmpd.conf.example /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf

or instead copy-paste below snmpd text Continue reading “Add Linux machine on LibreNMS” »

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