Re: Monitoring debian server
I'm interested in such tool.
Please let me know if you found something useful.
MRTG is based on SNMP which can supervise network activities... but i don't
believe that it can monitor process like SSH. I guess you have to analyse your
log file: authentification errors are loggued by the "auth.*" or "authpriv.*"
sections in /etc/syslog.conf.
Selon El pichichi <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi all,
> I'm currently trying to monitor my home debian server.
> I would like to find a way to supervise the processes (for example, if
> a process uses more than 85 % of the CPU, I receive an e-mail which
> indicates me the process....).
> Or for example, if there is more than 20 bad login on SSH connection =>
> I think that MTRG tools will not be useful for these tasks.
> Hence I'm looking for a soft that could do this type of tasks.
> Thanks for your answers,
> El pichichi
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