Zabbix 1.6.1 on Debian installation
I am using sid on Debian. When i try to install zabbix-server-mysql and zabbix-frontend-php, when the screen ask you to configure the database automatically, it gives me always an error (even i typed tha admin pass for mysql and the zabbix pass) and no database is created or if created, the user zabbix@locahost is denied.
Re: monit comparison?
> Regarding local monitoring, how does it
> stack up against monit?
(replying myself) It stacks along nicely :-)
monit is OK to mess with services on localhost, zabbix is fine with monitoring larger quantity of hosts and parameters.
Regarding local monitoring, how does it stack up against monit (freshmeat.net/projects...)?
user comment on ZABBIX
. easy to install and configurue
. easy to custom
. easy to use
. very good functional level (multiple maps, availability, trigger/alerts dependancies, SLA calculation)
. use very few ressources
I've been using ZABBIX to monitor about 500 éléments (servers, routers, switches...) in a heterogenous environment (windows, unices, snmp-aware equipements).
An excellent alternative to Nagios and MoM+Minautore.
> OID = string example:
Put .126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206 to the OID. Key should be unique string, for example, 'procload'.
Please use Sourceforge's capabilities for any feedback. Thanks.
ZABBIX 1.0beta9 + RedHat AS 2.1
./configure --with-mysql=/dir --with-ucd-snmp=/dir
mysql = yes
in items panel ---- add Description=Procesor and create NEW item configuration:
AGENT SNMP v2
OID = string example: host.hrDevice.hrProcessorTable.hrProcessorEntry.hrProcessorLoad.1
ok. my problem (i little speak english - sorry)
GRAPH - add new graph --- add new (string Procesor) and not graph display ???
# snmpget OID/KEY is OK but zabbix not visualization graph ???
please help :) Dziekuje.
Best network monitor I 've seen
This is a GREAT project. Best monitor I've seen. Puts the Big Brother monitoring to shame.
A server operating system with an integrated identity and infrastructure management system.
A tool that turns messy Python imports into clean structured ones.