Monitorix monitored BIND 2.6.0
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Monitorix, an open source solution to monitor system data and services, has been released in version 2.6.0 with new features.
For the first time, the software can also BIND name server (version 9.5) monitor. The indication contains seven graphs, for about one-and outbound requests and memory consumption. A revision of the curves for hard disks and file systems have experienced, they can now take any number of monitored elements. For Debian and Ubuntu, there is a new init script, and for the first time the software is also for NetBSD.
Monitorix is written in Perl and consists of a daemon, and a CGI script for the Web interface. The tool monitors system information, such as storage, processes, temperature and network traffic as well as services such as SSH, Samba, IMAP, POP3, web servers and MySQL. For more information contact the Monitorix website . There is version 2.6.0 as a source tarball and in packages for Red Hat-based distributions, as Gentoo ebuild and the BSD port. The software is licensed under the GPLv2.
Only one in seven graphs from the new Monitorix module for BIND.