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An update to the previous Community VM to monitor Network Hosts in detail.
Based on the base Community VM, this build includes the code to deploy the NSCLIENT on a target Windows machine (including but not restricted to Microsoft Small Business Server, any version) and four custom checks that measure used disk space, Pagefile Usage and Peak Usage to assist in properly sizing the Pagefile and average CPU use over the past 10 minutes, hour and 24 hrs.
As a default installation of the GroundworksOpensource web frontend and Nagios on SuSE 10, this build can be the basis for Production Deployment. Nothing has been restricted.
A VMware appliance which can be deployed on both Windows and *NIX Hosts for network monitoring Hosts of almost any type.
Download only the NFO Text file first for a full description and FAQ of this build.
Compiled as a self-executable RAR file.
From the included FAQ:
What do you get with this VM?
A time-saving pre-configured, Groundworkopensource deployment, fully configured to auto-update and auto-install critical updates
Not configured for specific plugins, commands and services beyond what is installed by a default GroundworkOpenSource installation which is itself very extensive.
GroundworkOpenSource which IMO is one of the best web interfaces to one of the most powerful network and server monitoring applications around, Nagios.
As a default GroundworkOpenSource deployment, this VM can monitor only itself but includes extensive documentation and links to resources which enable monitoring other machines.
For the completely uninitiated to Nagios, I estimate that this VM saves a considerable amount of time but only gets you about 30% to a full deployment.
For the experienced, this VM provides a totally portable, quick to deploy and quick to backup piece of a potentially highly redundant monitoring system which can save hours of tedious installation and configuration.
Note: Although not a "minimal" installation and although I've left many probably unnecessary things installed in this VM for easy newbie use, much has been removed that would have made this a machine "for fun." If you're looking for an intro to SuSE, I recommend a default install instead of this VM which is stripped of about 1gb of default applications.
This build is designated "Demo" despite not being restricted because it is intended as an example of a fully featured product ready to drop into a Windows network, estimated launch July 7, 2006.
Additional details and a short tutorial how the Disk C check is created will be available at www.su-networking.com