Monitor your linux system via http

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What would you recomend I use to monitor my linux system via http. I am running RedHat 9. I got all the services setup Web, ftp.
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  • Daemonguy
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I am not sure what it is you want to monitor exactly, but a great open source tool is spong; http://spong.sourceforge.net.

It's quite extensible and modular. It permits the capacity for alerting and metrics gathering as well.

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Perhaps a remote desktop connection would better suffice. Just a thought. Or perhaps have your linux box send periodic status reports to an email account or another comp via scripts and cron.
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I use nagios http://www.nagios.org, it's a nice monitoring system and I use Cacti http://www.raxnet.net for performance.

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