[Operators] Online real time monitoring

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Mon Jul 6 13:58:04 CDT 2009


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On 7/5/09 9:48 AM, Alexandr Shapoval wrote:
> Hi all!
> I have a suggestion for monitoring Jabber services. You can see basic
> example of it at http://richim.org/monitor_en.php. Monitoring of the
> service is powered by Nagios. Survey of services
> occurs instantly once for 15(in my example, may be different) minutes.
> Nagios uses a modular architecture and allows you to monitor a large
> number of diverse services. Each module is independent, called by the
> daemon, performs validation and returns the result to the daemon.
> A daemon collects statistics in a special data file. Adding new servers
> to the monitoring carried out by adding information about the server in
> nagios configuration. In this example, I used the function parsing the
> data file written in PHP from SNPI by Bianchini Stefano. There is also a
> possibility to use a database to store information about the status of
> services and perhaps about the servers. If interested, I will continue
> investigations in this direction.

Hi Alexandr,

That looks good! It might be easier to view if we have one line per
domain, not three (especially if we list dozens or hundreds of domains).

I'll be curious to see what Tobias and Pedro think, because they have
worked on their own monitoring systems, too.

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
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