OpenStatus Server Monitoring System Release
For a few weeks now, I've been building upon DimeCadmium's scrd and nikkiii's status page to build a more comprehensive server monitor system that is easy for everyone to deploy to their LEBs. I figured that the LET community would like it, so I'm announcing the release here
OpenStatus adds process monitoring, an interface for adding servers, an improved alerting system, and a push-based updating system, as opposed to the polling-based system of scrd. OpenStatus Server’s web interface allows system administrators to view all of the information at a glance. It also sends alerts via email when a server reports high memory or disk usage, high load, a monitored service is down, or a server is completely unreachable. OpenStatus Client is the portion of OpenStatus that goes on the servers you’d like to monitor. It does the collection of all of the requested information, and sends it to OpenStatus Server.
I've tested it extensively, but, as with all software releases, there are bound to be bugs that I just haven't encountered, so please, if you find a bug (or just plain don't like it), let me know (use GitHub's issue tracker, or post here). The great thing about using a Debian repo is that it makes it quick and easy for you to get bugfix updates as soon as they're available.