I need to run a shell script if a service is ok with monit, to link to my other monitoring system (nagios). Basically what I need to achieve is to make monit send an alert when a service was ...
Does nagios offer any additional functionality when compared to monit? This answer states that monit is a clumsy tool for situational awareness, which is the reason I'm asking the question.
What would be the right management tool for my network? I take a look on Cacti, Nagios, OpenNMS, Munin & Monit ... but I'm not sure which will be the best direction. I prefer something that will ...
I need to start a long running, memory/disk/cpu intensive process on Linux, and monitor it so I can : check it terminates with a good status code, collect stats (mem cpu disk every x minutes ) alert ...
Currently I've got this trio configured, but I would like to have one solution, because configuring those 3 separately is a head ache time to time. First add service to monit, then to nagios and after ...