mjdinsmore at hotmail.com
Tue Jul 31 10:31:35 EDT 2001
Its not free, but it is really good, as it monitors and can also generate
monthly graphs and reports:
It runs on Linux, Solaris, BSD, WinNT, etc. (Java-based). There's a 30-day
trial you can download too.
-Michael (mjdinsmore at hotmail.com)
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>From: "Brian J. Conway" <dogbert at clue4all.net>
>To: Bryan Strawser <feanor at gondolin.org>
>CC: discuss at Blu.Org
>Subject: Re: Remote Monitoring
>Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2001 14:44:48 -0400
> > Could anyone recommend a remote monitoring daemon/process that could be
>used to monitor the
> > availability of a remote host?
>My preference lies with Nocol. It's not as full-featured as some of the
>commercial alternatives (or so I hear), but I haven't found anything that I
>can't do with it. The page is here:
>I hadn't looked in a while and now it appears that it's been split into a
>new project (Snips), but other than the change of name and that development
>on Nocol has been stopped, I can't find any differences. Whatever, I'm
>running Nocol 4.3.1 in a few places at the moment, so that's my suggestion.
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