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About this app

aNag is an unofficial Icinga, Thruk, Naemon and Nagios client for android devices. The goal of this application is provide to sysadmin an embedded overview of all their Thruk, Icinga and/or Nagios monitored infrastructure.

In case of issue, email or check https://twitter.com/aNag_android or https://www.facebook.com/aNag.mobile/ (prefer twitter)

It also works with Opsview, at least v4.1.1, probably other version too. If not, mail me, and be prepared to provide me a temporary read only account :) .
And now also work with EyesOfNetwork but as for OpsView, be prepared to provide me a temporary read only account for debugging purposes. Same thing for old Thruk instances :)


aNag handles:
- multiple Icinga (1.x or 2 with classic-ui), Thruk (at least 2.32), Naemon (w/ Thruk), Nagios, OpsView and EyesOfNetwork instances
- Client certificate authentication
- self signed / invalid certificate exception on per instance basis
- no server side modification required (only stock CGI)
- Background auto refresh
- Service filtering (acknowledge, scheduled downtimes, disabled notifications and SOFT state) customizable differently for notification and display
- Notification (top bar, vibrate, sound) on per severity basis and on update failure
- Fine grained notification criteria
- Pattern based filtering (regexp, equals, contains, starts with, ends with against server name, service name, services message or a selection)
- Quiet hours (global or on weekday basis), Critical only mode (change quiet hours behavior)
- Multiple actions available directly in app [on hosts or services]:
- * acknowledge (incl. Icinga 1.6+ expirable ack)
- * custom notification
- * submit passive check
- * enable/disable notification
- * recheck
- * downtime management (set and remove)

- Shutdown the application and the update service until manually restarted (eg: for vacations or weekends) using "About" => "Kill app & service"
- Widgets (multiple size)
- Can warn you even in silent or vibrate mode
- Tier 2+ mode available to delay notification based on duration
- native gzip support (see note in the FAQ for JSON compression using mode deflate)
- Quick auth for basic authentication (reduce request count)
- Icinga JSON format (1.6+) (more efficient than standard parsing, even more in conjunction with gzip)

I noticed that some preference summaries where truncated on some devices so you can found a complete reference of aNag's preferences with summaries and comments at http://damien.degois.info/android/aNag/settingstree .

The complete changelog is available at http://damien.degois.info/android/aNag/changelog .
You'll also find all user comments available and associated answers at http://damien.degois.info/android/aNag/usercomments .

If you use/like/hate aNag, have comments or just want to write something, feel free to drop me a line, I'm also interested on your usage / setting (number of instances/services, if you use quiet hours, your usual notification settings).
Suggestions are also welcome.
Updated on
Apr 7, 2020

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4.6
2.1K reviews
A Google user
April 13, 2020
After recent updates aNag is working great again! I love this app, been using it for years and rarely has there been an issue. I'm atill trying to get all notifications working right on Android 10, but so far so good. Please fix the 4x1 wiget. It doesnt seem to be working for me, but the others work fine. Oh, and the notification in the pull down menu (sorry, I don't know what it is called) only updates the timestamp if there is some service failure. That is kind of annoying.
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Damien Degois
April 14, 2020
Sorry, I won't be able to help you unless you contact me by email. As said in the app change log and description comments are not a bug report platform, there is no way to establish dialog this way
A Google user
January 11, 2019
Seems to work great, but I don't understand why there is a sticky notification indicating that everything is ok. I can't seem to change this in settings. I don't need a notification when all is well, and a notification should always be dismissable. Update: didn't know Android requires this, thanks for the info!
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Damien Degois
January 11, 2019
Hi, this notification is required by Android to not kill the background service :-)
A Google user
March 4, 2020
Works perfectly does everything it says it does. Very customisable. Not killing my battery. Hasn't crashed once in just over week of use. I love the widget and the persistent notification bar. Developer fixes bugs very quickly. This app and the developer are aces.
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Damien Degois
March 3, 2020
Please update to at least 6.2.4 which is now released

What's new

Please, refer to detailed changelog at http://damien.degois.info/android/aNag/changelog
N.B.: Comments are NOT a bugtracker, use mail, thanks.

v6.2.6:
- Fix notification priority

v6.2.x:
- Fix auth for recent Thruk
- Override volume now on speaker
- Fix custom sound load (new perm req.)
- Vibration pattern back

v6.x.x:
- B&W icon set
- Support Icinga2API
- Handle battery opt.
- NTML
- Should be compatible with TVs