Zabbix 1.8 x86
Virtual appliance of Zabbix, the next generation monitoring solution.
Includes Zabbix server, agent and web frontend, as well as other useful tools for a monitoring server.
USB & disk image
This is an image of your disk, ready to be written to either a USB drive or your hard disk. When written, it will erase all data on a disk. During the first boot, your partition will be automatically resized to fill available space.
Burn this ISO file to a DVD (or CD, if the space allows), and you'll be able to boot directly from the disc.
A bootable ISO containing the appliance disk image. Boots into a simple graphical environment and prompts for confirmation before writing the image onto the hard drive. Useful for performing automated system installs/preloads.
Warning: Overwrites all data on the target hard drive.
Open Virtualization Format (OVF)
The OVF format is an open standard for packaging and distributing virtual appliances. It is not tied to any particular hypervisor or system architecture.
VMware / VirtualBox / KVM image
Whether you use VMware, VirtualBox, or KVM, this vmdk is a ready-to-use virtual appliance.
Xen guest image
This Xen guest image is ready to run on a Xen hypervisor host.
Zabbix configuration changes:
- Template_Zabbix_Server changes:
- Added a graph with all cache usage items and added this graph to the Zabbix server screen
- Added triggers for internal process busy states
- Enable working time and trigger displaying for Zabbix performance graph
- Added over 10 minute queue item to Zabbix performance graph
- Added instructions (description) on what to do for trend cache monitoring trigger if it fires
- Split out Zabix database sizing items in a separate template
- Add a graph for Zabbix database size
- Fixed excessive column span for two elements in the Zabbix server screen
There have been no appliance specific OpenSUSE changes.
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