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30th September 2005, 18:54
You can monitor your system's Web performance quite easily with graphical Linux tools. You'll learn how to use several in this chapter, including MRTG, which is based on SNMP and monitors raw network traffic, and Webalizer, which tracks Web site hits.
10th October 2005, 00:33
I did not have the time to test this yet, but I found another good link to a mini how to mrtg for debian:
maybe someone can use it / test it ;-)
17th November 2005, 13:57
i like the smart monitoring system monit (http://www.tildeslash.com/monit/) ! Maybe something to try...
10th March 2006, 14:21
What about Zabbix ?
5th July 2006, 21:35
You are talking about this? :
BTW There's lot posts on the faorums about having difficult time to make it work (me too) but after this tutorial it works prefectly!
I'm using Munin (http://munin.projects.linpro.no/)on my Debian Sarge server.. Easy to setup, after reading this (http://www.howtoforge.com/server_monitoring_monit_munin).
5th July 2006, 22:40
yes, it is both munin (and monit) and falko's tutorial are great.
I am using munin (and monit) too
phpsysinfo and mrtg also :)
6th July 2006, 13:14
i've also just written this tutorial: http://www.howtoforge.com/mail_statistics_mailgraph_pflogsumm :)
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