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- Karsten Becker
December 1, 2014, 9:45 pm
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Sorry if I sound as dissing your project, but it feels like this is
requires you to setup the same web application and cron job on each
machine and then to see the result you need to visit each of them.
Sure it looks nice, but I still get a more useful setup using
icinga/nagios where I have one place to go to see everything.
You need to make this multihost support and only one of them needs the
full package installed, the rest should just have a small client
application (you could use nrpe to run the php script).
Well - what exactly is better there than in Munin, Nagios etc.? For a
"Version 2.0" it still looks quite immature compared to other monitoring
tools. The screenshots give the impression that charts are only created
for a fixed time period and not cumulated for longer periods (as with
RRD in Munin).