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Monitoreo: Dícese del arte de torear monos.


* Building a Network Management System



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Herramientas, comparativas

* Monitoring your Enterprise PACS with Nagios®, Cacti and Smokeping (PDF)


Sistemas de gran escala

* Ganglia
 Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and Grids

Algunas de las herramientas disponibles, solo una seleccion de las mejores


La pagina de ejemplo la encontramos en:


Para poder usar el probe de http hay que instalar a mano:

apt-get install echoping

Editar a mano



man smokeping_config

Como leer los graficos

* The median value is expressed with a horizontal, coloured line piece at the time the packets were send.
* The # packets lost are expressed with the colour of the line piece.
* The distribution of the Round-Trip-Times in the set of packets send are expressed with a vertical set of gray blocks, where the blackness of a block is an indication for the # packets in the sample bin, expressed  by the height of the block. The gray blocks are of course only drawn when the distribution of Round-Trip-Times is observable from within the resolution of the ping command and / or the vertical RTT scale.


* NagMIN - Network Monitoring System (Para configurar el nagios)
* - Oreon - Esta basado en Nagios 1.2

NAGIOS has a Windows client you can install and report on standard services such as Event Logs alerts, CPU/Mem/Disk Usage etc. And monitor standard TCP services. You can also run syslog-ng on Windows and send all event log info to your Linux syslog.

* How to install Nagios under Debian


MRTG can be used not only for bandwidth metering. We can configure MRTG to monitor server/router CPU, memory, uptime, TCP connections and a lot of other parameters. On MS Windows MRTG can be configured to keep track on any of system counters (disk usage, memory usage. Please fill in online form if you are interested in additional information. from




* SEC - simple event correlator
* MONIT - UNIX System Management
* Monitorix Total Control


apt-get install snmpd snmp editar /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf y modificar #com2sec paranoid default public com2sec readonly public #com2sec readwrite default private y /etc/init.d/snmpd restart

Sensores del sistema




{{{ chmod o+r /proc/net/ip_conntrack }}}


Monitorea temperatura y voltajes sin demasiadas dependencias {{{ chmod +s /usr/bin/mbmon }}}


To enable the handler uncomment the following section in the file /etc/apache2/apache2.conf: {{{ ExtendedStatus On <Location /server-status>

   SetHandler server-status
   Order deny,allow
   Deny from all
   Allow from

</Location> }}} You will only need to ensure that you have the mod_info module loaded which you can do by running {{{ a2enmod info }}}


{{{ apt-get install lm-sensors sensors-detect }}} Seguir las instrucciones y copiar los modulos como dice

Discos S.M.A.R.T.

{{{ apt-get install smartmontools

  1. habilitarlo en

vi /etc/default/smartmontools /etc/init.d/smartmontools start

  1. ver que descubrio

tail -30 /var/log/syslog }}} Por ahora no hay soporte a SATA If you ever tried to use smartctl to read info from your SATA drive, it will fail because libata doesn't yet support the needed ATA-passthrough ioctl() calls. Jeff Garzik, the developer of libata, says it will support it in the future. In the meantime you can apply a patch, and use libata-dev. The libata patchset can be acquired from , and after you install it, you can use smartctl to read SMART info from SATA device. However you must specify, on the command line, option "-d ata"

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