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Monesa

Monesa is a simple script for monitoring hosts through the ICMP protocol. It is written in the Bash shell scripting language. It supports logs via HTML and syslog, and sends email alerts.

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Recent releases

  •  16 Feb 2005 07:00

    Release Notes: This release adds pt_BR (Brazilian Portuguese) and en (English) translations. HTML is now W3C compliant.

    •  14 Nov 2003 18:58

      Release Notes: HTML logs (via an FTP script), SMS alert messages, and various fixes.

      •  25 Dec 2002 02:44

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  29 Oct 2002 17:35

          Release Notes: Support for sending mail through external SMTP was added. A script for converting a system's /etc/hosts file into the hosts file used by monesa.

          •  24 Sep 2002 21:46

            Release Notes: This release has support to send email through external SMTP, and a script to convert /etc/hosts to the /etc/monesa/monesa-hosts format.

            Recent comments

            13 Jun 2002 22:27 snoopyfly

            Re: Good project

            > Hi, that's a good project.
            > It's simple and works :-)
            > And i love the idea of use tty12 for a
            > simple log.
            >
            > Congratulations Elias.

            :-))..
            Thanks. I am very happy in knowing that my project is pleasing and helping to solve some problems. I wait to count on its aid. It would be happy in knowing if it is obtaining to use it in its day the day.


            13 Jun 2002 11:11 Lewisiceman

            Good project
            Hi, that's a good project.
            It's simple and works :-)
            And i love the idea of use tty12 for a simple log.

            Congratulations Elias.

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