ka at pacific.net
Wed Jun 6 17:40:05 IST 2007
Desai, Jason wrote:
>> We use nagios too, to monitor in/out queues, load avg, disk
>> space, etc,
>> and most importantly, to notify if something is out of
>> acceptable range.
>> Nagios plugins are pretty simple. It looks like Munin makes
>> nice graphs.
>> Graphs are great to look at historical performance if
>> something does go
>> wrong - to see how long it had really been a problem before anyone
>> noticed. I don't tend to look at them very often otherwise though.
> If you're already using Nagios to monitor things, you could use set up
> NagiosGraph to provide graphs too.
We use cricket/rrd-tool for graphing, but it's even older than
MailScanner-mrtg. So, my graphs are somewhat less pretty.. but not bad.
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