How can i monitor my server?

nawcom nawcom at
Sun Aug 7 04:46:09 GMT 2005

Theres always php that you can use which can report shell command 
results on a web page. since ifconfig is a root command (assuming that 
no one else has access to files which report net status), you can cron 
it to a file. thats one of many ways to do that. you can also use swatch 
to report it if the net interface goes down. like i said, just a couple 
of many ways to go around this.
hope this helps,

Alexandre D. wrote:

>you can do it with Big Brother
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>Envoyé : samedi 6 août 2005 11:46
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>Objet : How can i monitor my server?
>It is possible to monitoring activity of freebsd -services ( apache, mysqld,
>squid, named, postfix ) if it is down or up via internet with some scripts?
>I want to know if this services is running via internet ( web page - if it
>is possible) .
>I belive the response is in crontab with somethings to verify if the
>services is running.
>Sorry for my english.
>Pls help me! Tks!
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