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RE: Network monitor

I'll agree with others that nagios is a very useful tool. It provides a lot
more tools for reporting than some of the other programs I tried. And since
you can set up parent-child relationships between destinations, it wont give
you a bunch of warnings for children unreachable if the parent goes down.

While it is only in unstable, it easily backports to stable. I have .deb's
available via anonymous ftp for anyone who want to try it on stable.  Just
drop me a note and I'll point you to the proper place.


Dale W Hodge - dwh@neuralmatrix.org
Vice Chairman & Secretary - info@aclug.org
Air Capital Linux User's Group  (ACLUG)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christian Lyra [mailto:lyra@pop-pr.rnp.br]
> HI,
> 	I use to use nagios too. Great tool. but the url is wrong, the
> correct is www.nagios.org.
> On Thu, 1 May 2003, Crawford Rainwater wrote:
> > Nagios (Netsaint is the prior version of it, in stable)
> > will do it.  I presume the servers are local, so lagging
> > should not be an issue (can be for multiple sites with
> > Nagios if not config'ed properly).  Alerts can be emailed
> > out as well as visual on the screen.  Web based via Apache
> > as well, love it personally.
> >
> > www.nagios.com to check out the screen shots and such.
> >
> > HTH.

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