Here’s a bunch of quick notes about installing Xymon on a Debian server using the tiny/turbo/throttling HTTP server. It is not that complicated but there are a few things to tweak to have it running.
Nexenta has SNMP capability. Configured from the Web interface, you can set the various communities for SNMP version. But there is more. You can improve it a lot using the Nexenta Management Console (NMC).
I already configured Munin to monitor my Synology DS409slim. Today, I’m going to configure Munin to monitor my Apple Airport Extreme, using SNMP.
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My Synology DiskStation DS409slim is, via the DSM software, SNMP aware. This means I can poll it to get some information using a SNMP capable monitoring system. This is how I configured Munin to grab some metrics from the NAS.
This article is about monitoring NetBSD with Munin, using munin-node. I already configured a running munin-server on OpenBSD ; so I could simply use it to graph my NetBSD metrics. Here’s, we’ll go through installing both node and server on NetBSD.
ATTOW, pkgsrc provides Munin v1.3.x. So I’m gonna build
pkgsrc-wip. Once this is done, proceed to installation and configuration on the node to be monitored:
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