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From Bruno Georges <Bruno.Geor...@glencore.com>
Subject Re: Tool for monitoring Tomcat from the client side
Date Fri, 25 Aug 2006 07:55:33 GMT
Nagios can also accept Perl based puglins as well as Python, curl or GET
from a .sh script, etc..
Perl has a great set of Modules which allow you to perform all HTTP actions
you can think of.


With Best Regards
Bruno Georges

Glencore International AG
Tel. +41 41 709 3204
Fax +41 41 709 3000


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Hi.

I'm searching a tool similar to nagios wich allows me do "client-side
real testing" of my Tomcat webapps. Something that lets me do a HTTP
request say every minute and store the result (OK or FAILED) of each
request.

Nagios seems to be a good choice, but it requires C programming for the
plugins.

Any alternatives for java (or groovy)?

Thanks.

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