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Re: How do you check the status of a given server?

by karlgoethebier (Monsignor)
on Feb 20, 2013 at 15:03 UTC ( #1019794=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How do you check the status of a given server?

Second non-perl answer: or use icinga. It's a nagios fork that looks much better (clearly arranged web interface, nagios web interface is terrific - that really matters if you have many hosts/services) and has a lot of cool features (filters, cronks etc.). But unfortunately it isn't so easy to setup as nagios.

Best regards, Karl

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[LanX]: ah... Denmark is planning to build a wall at the German border!
[LanX]: # Pestis Africana Suum
[erix]: that's an old plan, I think. Isn't there already a danewal (or some such name)?
[marto]: Build with -Wall
[erix]: Danewerk
[LanX]: I seem to remember that the danewall was build by the Frankish empire against the Danes
[erix]: 500 AD thru viking age
[erix]: that would make sense but wikipedia thinks otherwise
[LanX]: oh me was wrong ...
[erix]: but it always works both ways of course

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