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System monitoring

What exactly do you want to monitor? If you want things like uptime, system 
load, etc. ganglia is a nice free tool. Has a web interface so you can do 
remote viewing of status. If you're dying for a feature it doesn't cover you 
can extend the codebase.

On Thursday 22 April 2004 14:19, Cole Tuininga wrote:
> Hi all - I was wondering what experiences folks on the list have had
> with various centralized (software based) system monitors.  I'm thinking
> something along the lines of Big Brother ( but open
> sourced.
> I'm currently looking at Big Sister ( but
> I'm curious to hear if anybody else has experiences with other packages
> that they like?  What do you like about it?  How easy was it to set up?
> (etc)

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