linux-dash: Monitors “Linux Server Performance” Remotely Using Web Browser

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25 Responses

  1. amit singh says:

    Can we use it like nagios, i mean does it show previous data like nagios or zabbix

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Amit,

      It’s just a simple monitoring tool for only one server, not like zabbir or Nagios which does multiple Linux monitoring..

  2. Ishtiyaque says:

    This shows the status of Single VM/Server only. Is there anyway to get multiple servers details on a single Dashboard?

  3. Hambali says:

    sorry Mr. do could windows server monitoring with this,

    most of the servers I use is windows, thankyou

  4. Tim Hughes says:

    On Centos/Fedora/et al. you should probably look at the cockpit project http://cockpit-project.org/ as it is much lighter and doesn’t require apache or php

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