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Nginx is a great little web server. I have posted previously about using it as a reverse proxy. Whether you're using it as a reverse proxy or as a normal web server you will probably eventually want to know what its doing over time so you can adjust resources as necessary.
The other day I threw together a ZenPack to make it easier to setup monitoring on new Zenoss instances. It contains a command data source “check_nginx_ng” which is a slightly modified version of Chris Kelly's check_nginx_ng which in turn was based on check_nginx by Mike Adolphs. So thanks to them for doing the majority of the work! If your interested you can pick it up over on GitHub.
$ sudo su - zenoss
$ zenpack --install ZenPacks.community.NginxStatus-*.egg
$ zenoss restart
In order to do a development mode installation you will want to clone the existing git repository, and then use the --link flag with the zenpack command:
$ git clone git://github.com/nickanderson/ZenPacks.community.NginxStatus.git
$ zenpack --link --install ZenPacks.community.NginxStatus
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