[Centos] question about Webtraffic monitoring

Fri Dec 17 19:15:23 UTC 2004
Lee W <centos-list at unassemble.co.uk>


Have a look at http://www.cacti.net/. 

Cacti more-or-less automates the gathering of data into an RRD database
using SNMP or various other methods and can then use this data to create
various graphs.



-----Original Message-----
From: Michiel van Es [mailto:michiele at info.nl] 
Sent: 17 December 2004 12:46
To: Ryan Sweet
Cc: Eugeny Zadevalov
Subject: Re: [Centos] question about Webtraffic monitoring

Ryan Sweet wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Dec 2004, Eugeny Zadevalov wrote:
>> Hello!
>> MvE> Does anyone know a good open source and free webmonitoring 
>> MvE> software which I can use to monitor some websites and build 
>> MvE> simple uptime/downtine statistics for my customers (conform 
>> MvE> SLA's) ?
>> MvE> Any help/hitns would be very apperciated :)
>> I'm using "monit" package ("yum install monit" from DAG's repo). But, 
>> I'm also interested in more advanced software for REMOTE monitoring 
>> of services(APACHE, SSHD, etc), because monit specific for local 
>> monitoring...
>> MONIT could be found at: http://www.tildeslash.com/monit/
> Maybe you should both look at NAGIOS.  Nagios and RRDtool together can
> be used to monitor, graph, report just about anything.
> http://www.nagios.org
> regards,
> -Ryan
I only want http monitoring and some RRdtool grpah per day/week/month 
with some graph which shows me downtime/uptime.
That's mainly it..no full blown monitoring package with 3d graphs and 
hard to install/setup features :)
I run nagios but I do not know how to:
a) montitor a website
b) make some nifty-click-on-this-button-graphs to show some simple SLA 

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