[Operators] Online real time monitoring

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Mon Jul 13 16:46:40 CDT 2009

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On 7/13/09 1:25 PM, Mathias Ertl wrote:
> Hi,
> On 7/5/09 9:48 AM, Alexandr Shapoval wrote:
>> I have a suggestion for monitoring Jabber services.
> This reminds me: so do I. I'm not sure if this is the right list for
> this, if not, please point me to it ;-).

I think this list is most appropriate.

> Anyway: I decided to split the whole thing into to parts: A bot that
> scans servers (via XEP-012 requests) and logs (to a db) if they are up
> or down, and an arbitrary number of tools to generate something to look
> at. Right now, I have a munin-plugin that generates graphs of how their
> availability develops. I just re-started data-gathering yesterday, so
> there is not much to look at, but here it is anyway:
> http://jabber.fsinf.at/stats/jabber.fsinf.at-jabber_availability_month.html
> The advantage is that the design is extremely simple and you can
> generate all sorts of statistics from it (i.e. you could easily write a
> tool to generate a list like Alexandr's from it).
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> I'll be curious to see what Tobias and Pedro think, because they have
>> worked on their own monitoring systems, too.
> Me too. But I think we should have a more coordinated place for that ;-)

Perhaps it would help for people to publish their scripts. Indeed, it
would be cool to have an open-source project or two so that more people
can contribute to these efforts, download and improve the code, run
their own monitors, etc.


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