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How to Install Nagios on a Raspberry Pi

Nagios is a network monitoring system. It’s very useful for monitoring different types of equipment on your network, especially if different people need to be…

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How to Install Grafana on a Raspberry Pi

What is Grafana? Grafana is the software that is used to graph and make pretty pictures out of all the data collected by Prometheus. It’s…

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Installing Prometheus Agents via Saltstack

So now you’ve got your Prometheus server up-and-running and you want to monitor everything on the network. Understandable. You’ve installed a couple of agents on…

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How to Run Prometheus on a Raspberry Pi

Prometheus is a network monitoring software to make sure the servers and services that you set up continue to run on your network. Monitoring can…

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How to Install Zabbix on a Raspberry Pi

… or actually, a few Raspberry Pis! I’d like to install the Zabbix monitoring suite and have decided to split up the workload across 3…

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How to Monitor Your Network with Raspberry Pi

When you have a lot of devices on your network and you need to make sure that they’re performing to their best ability. Assume that…

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Bulk Add Devices to cacti

It is really a hassle to add lots of devices to cacti when setting up a new monitoring server. Even using a template to make…

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How to Configure cacti

So, you finally got cacti running on your server and you want it to monitor your network devices! No problem! Getting cacti running as a…

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How to Configure Nagios on a Raspberry

There are host templates and service templates. Host templates control settings for host objects and service templates control settings for service objects. A host object…

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