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Re: monit php frontend

From: alex black
Subject: Re: monit php frontend
Date: Mon, 29 May 2006 11:33:58 -0700


on this subject: does monit use tcpwrappers? i.e. could I allow :2812 for a specific ip from /etc/hosts.allow simply?

currently I'm binding to the loopback only, which is safe + easy - it would be VERY nice to have a central url where I could to to see the status of all my boxen, but I won't do it if I can't do it securely + conveniently :)



On May 28, 2006, at 3:48 PM, Georges Toth wrote:

Hi all,

In case somebody's interested I wrote some scripts for viewing monit servers
from a single (php) frontend.
You can monitor the global status of all servers, and have a detailed view of
a single server.

Service control is currently not possible but I'll add that add soon as I have
some spare time.

The scripts need php (5.1.x ... might work with 5.0.x), and a webserver.

Please mail me about feature requests and bugs...


You'll find screenshots on that page as well...


Georges Toth

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