Boston Linux & Unix (BLU) Home | Calendar | Mail Lists | List Archives | Desktop SIG | Hardware Hacking SIG
Wiki | Flickr | PicasaWeb | Video | Maps & Directions | Installfests | Keysignings
Linux Cafe | Meeting Notes | Blog | Linux Links | Bling | About BLU

BLU Discuss list archive

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

System monitoring

David Backeberg wrote:
> 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
>>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?

Yes, tell what you want to monitor. I use spong. 
Also webmin has basic monitoring addons.


BLU is a member of BostonUserGroups
BLU is a member of BostonUserGroups
We also thank MIT for the use of their facilities.

Valid HTML 4.01! Valid CSS!

Boston Linux & Unix /