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[Discuss] Simple server monitoring

Webmin also has some monitoring capability. I have a dozen mail servers 
and another dozen web servers that I monitor. The setup isn't large 
enough to need nagios so I just cross monitor the systems from webmin. I 
get emails and/or text messages if any of the systems sag.


On 8/23/2013 7:33 AM, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> On 08/22/2013 11:00 AM, Tim Callaghan wrote:
>> I need to add basic monitoring to a server and am wondering how I can
>> easily accomplish the following:
>> 1. Keep track of CPU, Memory, and Disk IO / Space.
>> 2. Allow me to set alerts and send emails if certain thresholds are
>> passed.
> While I would certainly recommend nagios pr monit, but for ultimate
> simplicity logwatch gives you a lot of information, but you normally run
> this in a cron.daily script.

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