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Installation & Configuration: Xymon

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Hi,

1) This is related to Software Xymon (it is similar to BigBrother)
2) I want to get some information related to this software:
- First: Could this software be installed at Centos 5.2?
-Second: Is there any Configuration to be made or straight forward installation?
- Third: I believe, after successful configuration, we can get something like Management Console?
- Please explain more details if you have experienced in it in daily basis
3) Thank you

tjie
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1)  It is clone of BigBrother.
2)  Please see the reviews.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/xymon/reviews/
It can be installed on CentOS both by RPM (the preferable way) and by source (as a last resort)
Detailed instructions are contained herein
http://www.kaltura.org/kaltura-ce-v30-installing-xymon-monitoring-package-centos-55rhel-5

I do not have any experience with it but you can see the reviews and judge for yourself
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