F9: Web Based system monitoring

Marcelo M. Garcia marcelo.maia.garcia at googlemail.com
Fri Jul 18 09:05:43 UTC 2008

Another option is collectd[1]. Or if you want something more ambitious,  
maybe should have a look at Nagios[2] and Nagios Grapher[3]. Or 
groundwork[4] that puts everything together.



[1] http://collectd.org/
[2] http://www.nagios.org/
[3] http://wiki.contribs.org/Nagios_Grapher
[4] http://www.groundworkopensource.com/community/community-edition.html

Anthony Messina wrote:
> On Thursday 17 July 2008 04:27:55 pm Seann Clark wrote:
>> All,
>>     I know this isn't exactly the place to look for anything like this,
>> but I am wondering from the Fedora  users base, if there is any
>> good/recommended tools to display real-time or near real time system
>> information VIA web (AJAX or JAVA based) for a server? I would like to
>> set up something where I can monitor server status at a glance without
>> having 400 shell windows open (Like I do now when doing that stuff). I
>> know Gnome and KDE have system monitoring applications, but since I
>> dont' have X installed on the servers I desire to monitor like this, I
>> figure web based would be next best.
> cacti (cacti.net) is a nice web-based frontend for snmp (and other) 
> monitoring, it's not realtime by default, but updates every 5 minutes. that 
> can be changed however to better suit your needs.

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