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    bruno bonnin


    I have installed the last version of HDP2 and I have a problem with Nagios provided by HDP : when I click on any links on the right side of the Web UI of Nagios, I got the same error :

    Error: Could not read object configuration data!

    Here are some things you should check in order to resolve this error:

    Verify configuration options using the -v command-line option to check for errors.
    Check the Nagios log file for messages relating to startup or status data errors.

    Make sure you read the documentation on installing, configuring and running Nagios thoroughly before continuing. If all else fails, try sending a message to one of the mailing lists. More information can be found at

    There is no error in logs (nagios and httpd) and I can receive mails from Nagios each time a problem occurs.
    Thanks for any help !


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    Emiliano X

    This post is old, but only for future reference, the real problem is in the NAGIOS config and CGI scripts, the parameter “retry_check_interval” must be an integer for CGI to work, but in many lines is 0.5 or 0.25 by default.

    Ambari in HDP2.1 use a template for this configuration located in:


    You need to edit hadoop-services.cfg.j2 and replace every occurrence of “retry_check_interval 0.25″ or “retry_check_interval 0.5″ with “retry_check_interval 1″.

    Restart NAGIOS.

    Hope this help someone.


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