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Open-Source up-time monitor?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seoactive, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. seoactive

    seoactive Regular Member

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    Are there any open-source 'up-time' monitor around? Something like pingdom?
     
  2. bizop

    bizop Newbie

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    Cpanel has something that shows you uptime not sure if that's installed on your server or not.
     
  3. robotluv

    robotluv Junior Member

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    Nagios. It's the best. Designed for sysadmins, but it's just lovely.
     
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    iulianh Regular Member

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    seoactive Regular Member

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    I came across 'uptimerobot'. Its free and can monitor up to 50 sites. Anyone tried it before?
     
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    phracktl Regular Member

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    Second Nagios.
    I also found Hyperic Open Source useful in a private cloud project a couple of years ago
    Add Splunk for logging and Bob's your Uncle
     
  7. seoactive

    seoactive Regular Member

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    Nagios sure looks good, but it doesnt seem too user-friendly for non-technical users? Also, how much is it anyways, i cant seem to find the price?
     
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    olystyle Regular Member

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    My personal favourite is Zenoss - i used to work with Nagios but Zenoss offers a lot more functionality and graphical sexyness than Nagios. Besides Nagios and Zenoss you could have a look at Zabbix, Nedi and Shinken also pretty capable monitoring tools. All of the mentioned Tools are Open Source thus free of charge.
     
  9. lee.golibu

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    community.zenoss.org
    zabbix.com
    nagios.org
    All of them are good.
     
  10. sidnettwo

    sidnettwo Junior Member

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    I use uptimerobot. 50 sites monitored with each account, but you can have many accounts. Basic but works for me.