Monitoring system system for linux?

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There is a computer with Debian testing, acts as the NAT, filogeniya, torrent hands etc. Need a simple monitoring system with web interface, for tracking CPU usage, hdd space, RAM, loading of network interfaces. Monitoring via web interface. Desirable: easy — do not download cpu, available in the debian testing repositories, easy configuration. And it would be good if the program in ruby.
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1. rrdtool+custom scripts
2. mrtg
3. cacti
4. munin
5. [other rrdtool-based...]
6. zabbix
I am using the latest. For a single server overkill, of course, but for tens/hundreds/thousands — chic.
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Monitorix
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Requirements suitable only Munin. But he has a problem — he can't inform.
He is also not able to scale the graphics.
If you need alerts — nagios. But need to deal with it.
Monit not monitoring system, it is mainly to uplift the fallen for some reason processes.
P. S I yuzayu munin for non-critical things — to review the status of systems and Nagios + monit to critical, type the dns server.
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Maybe you are interested in monit — mmonit.com/monit/
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Recently on habré someone to promote their development. I liked the rare similar program with a human face. But in Python. The repository for debian is. Ajenti seems to be called: habrahabr.ru/blogs/i_am_advertising/104911/
Unfortunately, the program still only alpha, but people enjoy, is happy. I have not yet gone, so I sit on cacti.
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mrtg does not fit?
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I use munin, there are plenty of plugins for different services
\rwww.odmin4eg.ru/2010/ustanovka-munin-v-ubuntu/
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