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Linux monitor

Linux Monitor is system monitoring software for linux. It has server and client programs to monitor processes, disk space, load avarage, and remote services (HTTP, SMTP, IMAP, and NNTP). If no interval is given, the default (15 minutes) is used. Errors from the database are viewed via a Web browser with a PHP script. The Linux monitor server reports errors to syslog or into a PostgreSQL or MySQL database.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  29 Apr 2004 09:17

    Release Notes: IMAP polling was added to respmd. A typo in linux_mond.c was fixed, and it now sends errors to the server by default. Small changes were made to the PHP scripts, more error checking was added to deamon.c, and changes were made to the database.

    •  06 Aug 2003 20:27

      Release Notes: There are some changes to respmd. SIGPIPE handling has been added to respmd and linux_mon. This release encrypts all network trafic with Blowfish. The machine length in the database has been changed to 50. Many bugs have been fixed in lparser and linux_mond. Support for earlier versions has been removed.

      •  17 Jul 2002 08:27

        Release Notes: User can now define directory where the PID file will be saved (the default is /var/run). A bug in lparser's config read code was fixed, and a WARNING can now be reported. A Service Response Monitor (respmd) program was added. HTTP and SMTP are now supported, and the default port was changed to 6999. Some changes were made to lmonitor.cgi, among other minor changes and README updates.

        •  01 Nov 2001 09:13

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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