Re: monitoring servers
> On Thu, Dec 15, 2005 at 04:24:49PM -0500, Phil Dyer wrote:
> > > hi,
> > > one question: what software do you use to monitor your servers? i don't
> > > want this big things with snmp, load, disks ... only services like
> > > http, smtp, pop. it should take less resources, be simple (webbased
> > > preferred) and send email if service/host is down.
> > for features/configurability, you can't beat nagios. It's a little
> > verbose in the configurations, but worth it.
> For simple things with just services I'd suggest monit:
> My configuration file is here:
> It allows you to be notified if a service stops, and automatically
> restarts Apache, Bind, MysQL, Exim4, OpenSSH, etc on failure.
> Very simple and easy to setup along with a simple web GUI.
> Nagios is *much* more flexible, but it is probably overkill if you're
> only interested in simple notification and restarting.
ok - but i think we missunderstood - i need something to check
remote services not services on local machines. services not in that
way if a proc is running - it is enought if the corresponding port is
open/running -> server ist up & running.
thx for your response!
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