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From Jeff Beard <>
Subject RE: Apache Monitoring tools
Date Thu, 27 Jun 2002 13:27:54 GMT
Be more specific about what you are trying to accomplish.
(and we can take this offline since it's off-topic :)

>From the Apache::VMonitor perldoc:

       This module emulates the reporting functionalities of
       top(1), extended for mod_perl processes, mount(1), and
       df(1) utilities. It has a visual alerting capabilities and
       configurable automatic refresh mode. All the sections can
       be shown/hidden dynamically through the web interface.

It's a mod_perl module which means you have have to build Apache
with mod_perl (

I've looked at it in the past but have not used it in any production
servers. I don't like to sit in front of a monitor and stare at noise
from my computers. It's more efficient to define failure paths and have
an alert of some sort sent to you.


On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Chris Hsiang wrote:

> I checked, but it didn't have what I was looking for.
> Anyone know about Apache::VMonitor?  That was the closest thing I have
> found from searching google.  At this stage, even buying commercial
> package make sense.
> Chris Hsiang
> Intervivos LLC
> From: Jeff Beard []
> Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 12:49 AM
> To:
> Subject: RE: Apache Monitoring tools
> If you don't want to purchase a commercial package or roll
> your own, then head on over the and do a
> search for "web server monitoring".
> --Jeff
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