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I would like to know which are the best 3rd party database (oracle) application and service monitoring tools available in linux and where do i get more information for the same ?
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I use a util called webmin. It's a web administration util for linux. Has many modules included (such as squid, mysql, DHCP, DNS, Postfix etc..) plus many more available for download. You can monitor services and have alerts sent of status change (mine monitors apache, squid, samba and SSH and emails me if one goes down)
www.webmin.com
Might be too basic for what you're after but have a look, and see what you think, I find it extremely useful.

Da Proff
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