[WBEL-users] monitoring strange behavior help
grahamp at wsieurope.com
Sat Mar 5 11:47:28 CST 2005
We use mon and nagios. Mon it a simple to implement good alrounder.
Nagios is for the serious who want escalation of problems, like host
down for a few minutes then email, down for 30 minutes send Text
Message, down for over an hour set off sirens :). That sort of thing.
Sounds like you want mon for now as the others advise.
Erick Perez wrote:
> I installed mon and discovered that a process called iwdss (the web
> antivirus proxy) is eating 100% according to users web behavior.
> How can i limit this process not to eat my cpu?
> On Fri, 4 Mar 2005 20:27:36 -0800 (PST), Jesse <j at lumiere.net> wrote:
>>>I've also used nagios, but I found it too complicated for my taste.
>>I'd suggest mon http://www.kernel.org/software/mon
>>Been using it for many years to monitor a variety of services on a couple
>>hundred devices. Just as flexible as nagios but much less complex,
>>particularly when it comes to observing the information it provides.
>>It's more of a network monitor tool than a single-host tool, but you can
>>write monitoring modules (basically anything executable that outputs a
>>certain simple format to stdout) to do pretty much anything you want. Same
>>for the alerting side of things. You can script it to do whatever you want
>>in response to an alert. The typical result is email, or paging, but
>>again, anything you can write/script, you can do.
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>>Whitebox-users at beau.org
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