Re: mon vs nagios
Dan MacNeil wrote:
One thing giving us pause is that mon doesn't seem to have been updated
in the past few years. As a practical matter this means the AIM notifier
uses an out of date and no longer supported protocol.
That's the nice thing about mon, it should be pretty easy to hack on a
What are other people's experiences with mon?
My last job was at a network management company that sold its own in
house network and system monitoring software as a service. That in
itself relied on some essential services to run. We used mon to 'watch
the watcher' so to speak because of its simplicity, flexibility and