Server Monitoring - A replacement for Nagios?
mmcgrath at redhat.com
Fri Aug 1 13:27:39 UTC 2008
On Fri, 1 Aug 2008, John Anderson wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-07-31 at 22:48 -0600, Michael Yingbull wrote:
> > We're running it on a regular RHEL machine as well at $dayjob. We've
> > not seen those problems.
> Also using Zenoss on Centos 5.2 for monitoring here at $dayjob. I've
> been keeping it on the current version using their "native" RPM for a
> year, no issues.
> Zope is a little bit of a PITA, we just run apache in front of it.
> I looked at quite a few free monitoring solutions about a year ago, and
> Zenoss really seemed the most feature full, and definitely best UI. They
> seem to be developing faster than any of the others as well.
> The docs are a little rough, but if you have a basic understanding of
> SNMP it doesn't take that much to figure out.
> Anyhow, it might be worth your time to try several before committing.
Anyone know when zenoss will be in Fedora? It is a requisite of ours.
Even an estimate?
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