MySQL- Software out there to be notified if replication stopped?

I have (6) offices connected via VPNs running a replication in daisy chain fashion in MySQL.  We are having issues with the replication services in MySQL stopping that breaks out chain so sites are not seeing updated info.  Is there a software tool out there that can monitor the MySQL replication events and notify me if the replication has stopped at all/any of the locations?

Thanks is advance!

(fyi- my MySQL knowledge is limited so please keep in mind when responding.)
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I have a PHP script that does exactly this - do you have a Unix system with PHP on it over there that can talk to all the DB servers?
sunsetdentalAuthor Commented:
We run windows server 2008
Nagios has available modules to check the in mysql, among others.  There's a windows version see or google "nagios for windows"  One of the modules/plugins available for monitoring mysql is  Just check/test if the two can work together.
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sunsetdentalAuthor Commented:
I do not know PHP language so i was hoping there was something a little more user friendly, any other suggestions?
the links given to you already give quite detailed instructions.  suggest you try them first.  when dealing with open source technologies you have to be willing to get your hands dirty and learn something new everyday.  either that or get paid support.
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