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  1. #1
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    Servers Monitoring

    I need agood servers monitoring program
    i imagine it will be program that i configure it with all servers information

    i wish it show me with all services status also give alert when server down
    and ...etc

    is there a program like that !!??

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    If you're interested in external monitors there's :Alertra.com siteuptime.com
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    cacti is very nice imo...

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    www.cacti.net


    is pretty good and free.

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    From this thread:
    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?p=4210377

    I see you're running cPanel?

    Just go into WHM - Main >> cPanel >> Addon Modules and turn on Munin to have your WHM sort it all out for you.

    Zabbix does have a nice graphical interface too.

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    addon to the above, Hotsanic might be nice to look into as well, it has some very stuff as well

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    Nagios is really great and we can customize it easily. Highly recommended

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    Quote Originally Posted by trout21
    From this thread:
    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?p=4210377

    I see you're running cPanel?

    Just go into WHM - Main >> cPanel >> Addon Modules and turn on Munin to have your WHM sort it all out for you.

    Zabbix does have a nice graphical interface too.
    Is that something that runs on the server? If so, how does that alert you if the server is down?

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    I use cacti and nagios.

    Nagios for notification, Cacti for graphing. Cacti does have a threshold plugin that can be configured to do the same types of things as nagios as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localhost127
    I use cacti and nagios.

    Nagios for notification, Cacti for graphing. Cacti does have a threshold plugin that can be configured to do the same types of things as nagios as well.

    ya they make it so hard to do so

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    Nagios is a pain to setup but is a great way to monitor a server, there are plugins for almost anything.
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    yes nagios .... i have failled several time installing it (

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