Best Free Monitoring system for Linux


Linux System Administrator with over 8 years experience in administering production level servers (CentOS/Ubuntu/Debian with apache2/nginx, mysql server, etc)

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15 Responses

  1. You missed Check_MK and its Open Monitoring Distribution:

  2. Tatjana Dubrovica says:

    Not included NetXMS opensource monitoring system.

  3. Greg Eames says:

    I have recently come across Glances, which seems good for individual system monitering. I have not tried it yet though.

  4. Ola Sandström says:

    You missed op5 Monitor as well., free version givs you 20 hosts to monitor with unlimited services.

  5. Bruce Ferrell says:

    you left out one of the oldest and easiest xymon It started life as an add on to Big Brother (no longer free and owned by Dell by way of acquisition of Quest Software)

  6. Jean-François says:

    and zenoss

  7. laama says:

    i don’t see munin.

  8. mjb california says:

    You also left out ‘gkrellm’ which displays its hardware monitors in panels and can monitor across a network.

  9. Heidrich, Attila says:

    I think RHQ also worth a look.

  10. Andy says:

    Icinga is worth mentioning, as it’s sort of the successor of nagios.

  11. dep says:

    Comon! This is old view of Nagios!

  12. mazyco says:

    Shinken –
    Nagios in Python world but with very interesting gui

  13. Ivan says:

    Librenms , being using to manage automatic backup of network devices, cisco etc. Very simple to setup.

  14. Jan says:

    You spelled Icinga wrong. It’s not “Incinga”, as your screenshot and link to the homepage show.

  15. Diego Bellini says:

    What about Sensu ? To me is the one of the best solutions for the DevOps

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