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Re: Cfengine for Monitoring ????

From: Atom Powers
Subject: Re: Cfengine for Monitoring ????
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 14:57:44 -0800

I've used cricket (write your own collection scripts, cricket will
turn the data into an RRD and graph it for you).
Currently I'm using cacti, which has a pretty good web-based
management tool and is very easy to set up.

On 1/6/06, Friendly Tourney <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I am using Cfengine on a bunch of linux boxes, everything is working great.
> I can push changes etc , it is wonderful. I am also using the "freespace"
> function for tracking diskspace usage on all the linux machines.
> I was wondering if i can leverage cfengine to monitor cpu usage, memory
> usage etc. I realise that,it is not designed to be Network MONITORING Tool.
> What is a good approach, do i use mrtg along with cfengine ? Any ideas from
> users with large setups ?
> Ofcourse , i can use sar, top, vmstat, iostat etc on the linux box and use
> the stats from that data via cfengine , but that will involve a lot of work
> to make gui's etc.
> Many Thanks
> spk
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