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Re: m/monit - centralized monitoring

From: Mark Ma
Subject: Re: m/monit - centralized monitoring
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 23:04:34 +0800

hi Henrik,

This is Mark from Shanghai,China. first of all , i am very excited to know that 
u r in the process of such a monitor system.

actually, i am in this process to ,wish to have more comunication with u to 
talk about that. maybe i could get some good suggestiong from you.

in the other hand, i am not sure if your system is being developed by yourself 
or your company ? if it's yourself's session ,so could i join in with you ?

i am technical consultant and working for a professinal service outsourcing 
company. what i focus is UNIX system maintenance/Database system 
admin(Oracle/Sybase on Unix)/High availability System 
design-install-maintenance and so on.

P.S. i cant have a connection with your web site ( ,is it 
working now ?

Best Regards,


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jan-Henrik Haukeland" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 3:28 AM
Subject: FYI: m/monit - centralized monitoring

> I'm in the process of designing and implementing a centralized
> monitoring and service management platform for Unix systems. The
> system utilize monit as an agent and as a mean to manage services on
> many different host machines from one web-application.
> I have created a mock-up of this application where it's possible to
> browse through the GUI and view the planned functionality. You can
> check it out from this url: <URL:>. The design
> is a work in progress and changes in this first GUI-prototype and the
> final version are to be expected.
> The first version should be available within this month (if all goes
> well). In this version the _status_ and _admin_ functionality will be
> available while the history function will be available in a later
> version.
> I'm very interested in feedback and your thoughts on such an
> application. All comments are appreciated!
> -- 
> Jan-Henrik Haukeland
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