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Top 5 Linux Monitoring Tools. Web Based.

Mar 24, 2012, 15:02 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to tvprboy for this link. ]

"Nagios: This is one of the most popular web based Linux monitoring systems nowadays, actually it?s industry standard for IT infrastructure monitoring. Licensed under GPL Nagios is available for everybody free of charge and allows to monitor availability and response time of network services, usage of system resources like CPU load, RAM allocation etc., number of logged in users and many-many more. It doesn?t makes sense to list here everything that can be monitored by Nagios but its nature implies that main Nagios instance (server) collects information from either local system or Nagios clients (agents). It means you can install client software on number of Linux, BSD, Windows hosts or Cisco devices, point them to Nagios server and see states of their services or processes in one place: Nagios web based monitoring tool (see the screenshot below)."

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