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Re: Network Monitoring
- To: Kurt Jaeger <lists_(_at_)_complx_(_dot_)_LF_(_dot_)_net>
- Subject: Re: Network Monitoring
- From: Mark Sergeant <msergeant_(_at_)_snsonline_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2006 07:53:49 +1000
- Cc: freebsd-isp_(_at_)_freebsd_(_dot_)_org, Oliver Brandmueller <ob_(_at_)_e-Gitt_(_dot_)_NET>
On 05/01/2006, at 1:20 AM, Kurt Jaeger wrote:
Nope not just you, 1k hosts and the system was almost unusable on a
dual amd mp2800, in the end I wrote my own monitoring system running
from a db backend and achieved the same results as nagios with 1/50th
the actual load whilst also keeping historical data in a db.
nagios (also in the ports). It's extremely flexible.
We have performance issues with it (approx. 400 systems).
Is this just us or ... ?
Nagios is great if you need the multitude of host checks
(ssh,apache,mysql,postgres, etc etc) for a core network, but if
you're just after something to check host connectivity it may not be
the right tool for the job.
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