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43 Responses

  1. Mixkino says:

    Observium improves your network’s reliability by providing you with the information to pro-actively respond to a greater number of potential issues before they become service impacting.

  2. Prateek says:

    I am getting difficulties while adding centos 7 as a agent..
    can you please add adding agent link into same tutorial

  3. GinFace says:

    Just to say Observium is very good however there is a premium for support.
    There was a fork a while ago called LibreNMS which seems to be better and gives you a little more.

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Yes Observium is very good monitoring tool for Linux, but I never heard of premium support, I thought its completely open source and free to use…Never heard of LibreNMS, is it active?

      • GinFaced says:

        Yes quite active [ http://www.librenms.org/ ] I have been using it in deployment for the last 9 months. According to the maintainers of LibreNMS they were fed up of the lack of support on the paid version.

        Observium has two versions a Community version and a Professional version. The Professional version has more perks and support & services options. I have to say though, the Tecmint walk through is excellent.


        • Ravi Saive says:


          Thanks for the update, LibreNMS seems to be a good monitoring tool for Linux, let me give a try and see how it works, also if possible I will create a detailed guide on the same..

  4. zain says:

    Email settings in Observium:
    How to configure the email settings in Observium so i am able to receive alert emails. Any one please provide steps for Observium community edition email alert configuration file( config.php).

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