On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 12:16:53PM +0200, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> I'm trying to figure out what the current state of the art for
> monitoring Zope2 processes is. Ideally I'ld want the equivalent of
> zc.z3monitor.
> 
> I figured the medua monitorserver would be a good start, but judging
> by the facts that it can only deal with clear-text passwords while the
> rest of Zope uses hashed passwords and anything unexpected, such as
> using command that produces a lot of output such as locals(), breaks
> the whole session makes me suspect that nobody is using that.
> 
> What do other people use? Is there any interest in improving the medusa
> monitor server?

I'm still using and maintaining ZNagios[1] which, by now, has direct support for
Munin and Nagios.

If you're missing any probes/values, just tell me.

Christian

[1] http://svn.gocept.com/viewcvs/ZNagios/trunk/

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