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Apache mod_statistics

Apache module for SNMP monitoring

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This Apache module, with the netsnmp plugin enables you to live monitoring your Webserver allowing to monitor the entire server, and if you want each of your VHosts or (Wild)Aliases.
Is able to monitor and signalate via TRAP reconfiguration or entire server shutdown/crash.

Using Atomical operations and MMAP server overhead is minimal.

Contrib from Alf Høgemark for integrating it in OpenNMS: http://www.kanonbra.com/index.php/projects/performance-testing/24-monitoring-apache-http-server-in-opennms

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Features

  • Apache SNMP
  • Minimal overhead
  • SNMP Trap capable

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Intended Audience

System Administrators

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

C

Registered

2013-09-22

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