Tina.Friedrich at diamond.ac.uk
Fri Aug 30 02:07:58 PDT 2013
Just to throw another possibility in here - we use Zenoss, which does
both. And can use Nagios plugins.
On 30/08/13 07:36, Tim Cutts wrote:
> On 29 Aug 2013, at 20:38, Raphael Verdugo P. <raphael.verdugo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I need help . Ganglia or Nagios to monitoring activity in cluster?.
> Both. They have different if overlapping purposes. Ganglia is very nice for historical load metric graphs. Nagios is rather better at actually alerting if things go wrong.
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