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How to monitor applications(mysql, tomcat, ....) with zabbix?

Please need step by step guide

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closed as not constructive by sysadmin1138 Jul 23 '12 at 1:57

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Too generic; also, do not post responses to your own question. Either edit your question, or use the comments. – Andrew M. Sep 16 '10 at 13:10

Zabbix is probably the best documented monitoring tool what I have ever seen.

Please read the documentation and ask specific questions. If you don't want to dive deep into zabbix hire somebody who does.

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