[CentOS] [SOLVED] - monitoring software

Sun Oct 20 17:47:24 UTC 2013
Paolo De Michele <paolo at paolodemichele.it>

hi everybody,

many thanks for all your replies
in the end, I chose observium


On 10/19/2013 11:33 PM, me at tdiehl.org wrote:
> On Sat, 19 Oct 2013, John Horne wrote:
>> On Fri, 2013-10-18 at 14:49 +0200, Paolo De Michele wrote:
>>> hi,
>>> I have a dedicated server with several services running: ssh, ftp, httpd
>>> (with several sites andactive domains), the mail server (dovecot,
>>> postfix), dns.
>>> I'd like to monitor all of these services in a graphical, easy, setting
>>> of thresholds and alerts via email.
>>> I would also like that if a customer wanted to see the graphs I could
>>> create codes read-only.
>> Hello,
>> We use 'Xymon' (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xymon/)
>> http://www.xymon.com/ will show you what it looks like.
>> It will monitor what you want, and produce graphs (see the 'trends'
>> column). I gather it does alerts, but we do not use them ourselves. As
>> you can see it has a graphical frontend.
>> We use it to monitor our Centos and RHEL servers, and some Debian and
>> Fedora devices.
> +1 for xymon. It is easy to setup and maintain and there are Centos rpms
> available at http://terabithia.org/rpms/xymon/.
> Regards,