Nagios Server Monitoring
Updated by Linode Written by Stan Schwertly
DeprecatedThis guide has been deprecated and is no longer being maintained.
Nagios is a flexible monitoring system framework that makes it possible to maintain consistent monitoring of a broad range of infrastructural components. Many users use Nagios to monitor a broad range of network services over protocols that include SMTP and POP3 (email), HTTP (web), ICMP (ping), and SSH. In addition to simple uptime monitoring, Nagios also contains features for advanced notification and graphing as well as an extensible plugin architecture that allows users to develop simple plugins for accessing unique monitoring information and providing customized reports.
- Install Nagios 4 on Ubuntu and Debian 8
- Using top to Monitor Server Performance
- Monitor Services with Nagios on Ubuntu 12.04 - Deprecated
- Monitor Services with Nagios on Gentoo Linux - Deprecated
- Monitor Services with Nagios on Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick) - Deprecated
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