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Old 06-13-2011, 02:02 AM   #1
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zabbix process monitoring

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Is there a way in zabbix to monitor whether a process is running( up/ down)

i am using zabbix 1.8.4

please help anyone
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direct link to zabbix forums ;)

the answer, of course, is "yes". see for built-in items - you might want proc.num which counts number of processes by name (or other properties).

if it's a network service you might want to use net.tcp.service or net.tcp.port - or maybe some other item.


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