- Icinga Web 2 (>= 2.6)
- PHP (>= 5.6, preferably 7.x)
- MySQL or MariaDB
- Icinga Web 2 modules:
- reporting (>= 0.9)
The module ships with database functions for calculating the host and service availability in
Grant Required Privileges¶
Skip this step if you used the database configuration wizard during the Icinga 2 installation.
Please proceed only if you did the setup manually as described here: https://icinga.com/docs/icinga2/latest/doc/02-getting-started/#setting-up-the-mysql-database
The import of the SQL functions will fail due to insufficient privileges.
The required privileges are
CREATE, CREATE ROUTINE, ALTER ROUTINE, EXECUTE.
The following example assumes that your MySQL database is hosted on localhost and your Icinga database and user is named icinga2:
GRANT CREATE, CREATE ROUTINE, ALTER ROUTINE, EXECUTE ON icinga2.* TO 'icinga2'@'localhost';
Please adapt the host, database and username to your environment.
Import Database Files¶
Please import those files into your Icinga database.
The following example assumes that your Icinga database and user is named icinga2:
mysql -p -u icinga2 icinga2 < schema/slaperiods.sql mysql -p -u icinga2 icinga2 < schema/get_sla_ok_percent.sql
Please adapt the database and username to your environment.
Just drop this module to a
idoreportssubfolder in your Icinga Web 2 module path.
Log in with a privileged user in Icinga Web 2 and enable the module in
Configuration -> Modules -> idoreports. Or use the
icingacli module enable idoreports.
This concludes the installation. You should now be able to create host and service availability reports.