*nix Thread, Nagios - do you use it? in Technical; I'm doing it on ubuntu along with cacti at work. It's on Ubuntu because a team of people that are ...
6th August 2008, 05:13 PM #16
I'm doing it on ubuntu along with cacti at work. It's on Ubuntu because a team of people that are unfamiliar with linux are going to have to maintain it once I'm gone.
Btw I've had it running on FreeBSD at home :P It was running up until my server died actually lol
6th August 2008, 08:36 PM #17
Did Nagios notify you about that :P
Originally Posted by Joedetic
6th August 2008, 08:46 PM #18
lol...funnily enough, no.
6th August 2008, 09:25 PM #19
I probably should, but for some reason wound up writing my own monitoring application. I plan to move to Nagios / Cacti at some point, but for now my own system does everything I want it to.
Originally Posted by somabc
6th August 2008, 11:24 PM #20
It's got to be better then what most people use. Although it's v.effective, it is v.anti-proactive.
Q. How do you monitor if you have a network problem?
A. We have this advance piece of technology, it's rather popular. It's v.advanced. It's call a telephone. Whenever it rings, you have a problem with the network.
20th August 2008, 09:19 PM #21
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