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  1. #1

    system monitoring tools

    Hi there,

    I'm looking for good monitoring tools. Ive been using sim so far, but I'm not 100% satisied. I'm willing to use other tool (commercial are welcome too if they're good).

    Also, if you know good software:

    1. cvs ( I know mercurial )
    2. backup ( rdiff-backup, bacula)

    pls let me know.


  2. #2
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  3. #3
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    May 2006
    EU & USA
    As a free monitoring tool you may look at:

    As commercial tools you may want to look at:
    IBM : Tivoli
    CA: TNG Unicenter
    BMC: BMC Patrol
    Microsoft: MOM

    But those are most likely outside your scope, and very expensive.

    Kindest regards,

  4. #4
    We have tried both Openview and Nagios, but for a couple of years we have been using SysOrb.

    SysOrb is easy to navigate and does what we need it to, and at the right price.
    It's truly awesome, so that's what I would recommend you look at.

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