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Jan
19
comment Looking for script to pull server stats and display on a web page I host
The closest solution I've found so far is: servermonitoringhq.com. It uses a simple bash script and cron job on each server and pulls the stats to their hosted web UI. I like it but would prefer something we host ourselves and something we can edit the bash script to use commands or apps we prefer. The hosted solution is not too bad cost wise but a bit more than practical and not all the monitoring commands work (such as the TX / RX monitor).
Jan
19
comment Looking for script to pull server stats and display on a web page I host
We've used Cacti and Nagios in the past. We ran into problems with our routers reacting to 5 minute SNMP cycles like they were a DOS attack, even to the point of locking up on occasion.
Jan
18
comment Looking for script to pull server stats and display on a web page I host
The free trial of that product is not a viable option for 2 dozen servers. We have tried them and it's more suitable for monitoring application development servers, IMO. Plus, they really don't provide a "free" option, they will constantly contact you trying to sell you on the paid version which is too expensive for this usage scenario.
Jan
18
asked Looking for script to pull server stats and display on a web page I host
May
3
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
26
asked How to troubleshoot GRE tunnel issues?
Apr
16
comment Adding IPs using range scripts very slow / locking up CentOS 6
messages log does show a lot of interrupt based activity going on while the server was trying to bind the IPs from the scripts. (To note, it was able to load the IPs but was doing it so slowly it basically locked the server up after a while). We found out we're on a brand new Supermicro Blade server, something they did not advertise when we chose the hardware on the datacenter website.
Apr
16
asked Adding IPs using range scripts very slow / locking up CentOS 6
Feb
3
comment Getting around the lack of GPT support with CentOS 5.4
If your drives are 2Tb or less it's much easier to just use SystemRescueCD to convert the GPT partition tables on the drives to MSDOS (if you are stuck using CentOS 5 for compatibility reasons). I did this last night to solve the SolusVM Xen problem.
Jan
27
answered Add range of ips to centos networking?
Jun
13
awarded  Student
Jun
12
asked Simple, current how-to install mod-security on cPanel server?
Jun
12
answered How to protect Ruby on Rails code on external server?
Jun
9
awarded  Teacher
Jun
9
awarded  Editor
Jun
9
revised More RAM vs. more servers
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Jun
9
answered More RAM vs. more servers
Jun
8
answered How do I install a CentOS 5.5 in Xenserver?