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Script/Tool to monitor all OS(Linux)

Posted on 2013-06-10
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Hi All,

Help me to find some tool or script i can use to monitor my all Linux boxes like harddisk size memory everything from one location and can generate alerts - I am looking for a free one :P
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I suggest cacti over nagios for basic monitoring.

http://www.cacti.net/

Cheers
SA
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