macek at fortech.cz
Mon Nov 23 08:02:51 CET 2009
I think the web interface is really impressive. But
1) I also don't like the double clicks
2) my 1280x1024 is a small resolution these days already, but in old
Nagios's web interface I was able to see more hosts/problems - as it was
said below. I know, that this powerfull interface is designed to be really
complex, but this was the first thing I saw when opened up the web page,
so I must say it. But maybe I will get used to it ;-)
Maybe the above things on the page could be in another "dropdown box" -
at the bottom, but the design would not be such nice - I know it. The only
thing from the above things at my one-server
configuration I need is the search box and nothing else. The rest is space
wasting for me. Maybe the login information could be in some submenu like
"About" or something...
But the whole interface is a really good job, very well looking even in my
Opera 10. The new interface is for me a reason why to upgrade from my
really old popular Nagios 1.4.1 ;-))
Looking forward to the new Icinga...
Best regards, Tomas
On Fri, 20 Nov 2009, Christian Döbler wrote:
> Hi Koen,
> thanks for your suggestions. It's always good to get some feedback.
> We'll discuss it soon and then we'll see what we can do.
> Some others have mentioned the double-clicks, too.
> patches. :)
> koen van der rijt schrieb:
>> - the tabs are awesome. I Really see myself using them alot. ( being
>> able to jump to pnp graphs in the same browser tab)
>> - the design is nice.
>> Things I would change:
>> - When the bottom log window minimized I can only see 9 services across
>> a couple of hosts.. So it lacks a bit what the original interface was
>> very powerfull at. Seeing in 1 go the overall status of a host.
>> - Double clicking in a webinterface feels weird.
>> - put all the stuff from the top part ( the top menu bar, search bar and
>> the overall status) into the main interface. This gives us more space
>> for a bigger overview. I woulnt minder to see the upper menu bar in the
>> left menu seeing I would hardly use it. And as for the overall status
>> bar ( the one below the top menu bar) I think its better to put it in
>> the first tab of the main window. I already noticed I'm not looking at it.
>> - I missed service problems ( this is configurable by yourself ? ) its
>> the window I use the most.
>> - I would have used textlinks instead of pictures in the menu. ( at the
>> moment they align weird which probably still needs some attention)
>> Its of course easier to find the weakspots but I really like it. It of
>> course also depends on what I can configure for my personal settings in
>> a later stadium etc. But keep up the good work!
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