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Software: Xymon

Posted on 2011-03-08
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1) This is a monitoring software similar to BigBrother
2) It seems that it is free
3) Is it TRUE?
4) If yes, Would someone please to provide the free download of it
5) Thank you

tjie
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Xymon is a system for monitoring of hosts and networks, inspired by the Big Brother system. It provides real-time monitoring, an easy web-interface, historical data, availability reports and performance graphs. Xymon was previously known as "Hobbit
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