Check_MK is comprehensive IT monitoring solution in the tradition of Nagios.
This docker images is based on the Check_MK Raw Edition - a free and 100% open-source version.
The Check_MK Raw Edition is a full-blown IT monitoring solution.
If you find this image useful you can help. - Send a pull request with your awesome features and bug fixes
Before reporting your issue please try updating Docker to the latest version and check if it resolves the issue. Refer to the Docker installation guide for instructions.
SELinux users should try disabling SELinux using the command
setenforce 0 to see if it resolves the issue.
Automated builds of the image are available on Dockerhub and is the recommended method of installation.
docker pull nlmacamp/check_mk:1.4.0p21 (or nlmacamp/check_mk:latest)
Alternatively you can build the image yourself.
docker build -t nlmacamp/check_mk github.com/viper0131/check_mk
Start Check_MK using:
docker run -itd --name check_mk \ --publish 80:5000 \ --restart always \ nlmacamp/check_mk
OPTIONAL: Specify outgoing mail server with
If your want to keep your configuration files + performance data persistent, you have to map the
/opt/omd directory to the local filesystem like this:
Additional volumes could be mapped for the check_mk backup feature or check scripts.
Check the status of check_mk using:
docker exec -it check_mk omd status
the result should look like:
Doing 'status' on site mva: mkeventd: running rrdcached: running npcd: running nagios: running apache: running ----------------------- Overall state: running
Fireup the Check_MK GUI:
Browse to http://localhost/mva
login with the default user cmkadmin with password omd
- Log into your current container (
docker exec -it check_mk /bin/bash)
- Stop check_mk (
omd stop mva)
- Install new check_mk rpm (get link for CentOS 7 version from here):
rpm -ivh https://mathias-kettner.de/support/1.4.0p1/check-mk-raw-1.4.0p1-el7-48.x86_64.rpm
- Update check_mk (
omd update mva)
- Start check_mk (
omd start mva)