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Peter Andersson

I've already got a female to worry about. Her name is the Enterprise.
-- Kirk, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.0

Background As an increasing number of system administrators turn to mobile devices to access information on server and network status, the number of mobile security attacks are drastically increasing. op5 addresses the issues by introducing a secure mobile app, offering IT staff a convenient and safe path to mobile server monitoring.   Accessing your Nagios-based […]

Background As an it slave, I have the same problems as most datacenters: Running out of space because of more and more machines get into the datacenter Overheating Powerconsumption Added to the "normal" datacenter problems, I also have to deal with: Wife acceptance Noice, my neighbours has complained about the noice outside my basement. To […]

Background When I worked as a Tivoli Consultant I spend a lot of time investigating the customer processes and workflow and try to make the monitoring solution to support this. It was often long term projects and involved alot of people like, project managers, support staff, maintenance staff, application owners, applicataion engineers, operating systemens managers, DBAs […]

op5 AB is a world leading OSM – Open Source Management – company that delivers software based on open source for control of IT systems and networks. The award winning op5 Monitor is now released with important enhancements that will enable customers and other vendors to further improve usability and integration for optimized IT monitoring. […]

I’ll attend this years Slackathlon in Stockholm. I hope I will see you there Welcome to this years Slackathon! It will be held August 15th, at the Stockholm University, though not in the same conference room as the previous years, since it couldn’t hold all visitors anymore! As previous years, the website is slowly getting […]


op5 develops plugins for op5 Monitor, based on Nagios. As a courtesy to the community the plugins developed are free and can be downloaded from: http://www.op5.org/community/projects/op5-plugins The plugins is also located in a Git repository and can be checked out from: http://git.op5.org/git/


A new place to find articles, plugins and other information abot nagios is http://exchange.nagios.org/.

Filled Under: Hints, Links, Nagios

A new project called Icinga has been created and alot of fuzz in the Nagios community has been created. Andreas Ericson one of the members of the Nagios steering board has written this to his blog:

Filled Under: Links, Nagios

May 1, 2009. We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 4.5. This is our 25th release on CD-ROM (and 26th via FTP). We remain proud of OpenBSD’s record of more than ten years with only two remote holes in the default install.

Intel has been the leading graphic card manufacturer to OpenSource the graphic drivers. Now the fully documentaion is released: The PRM describes the architectural behavior and programming environment of the chipset and graphics devices. The GMCH’s Graphics Controller (GC) contains an extensive set of registers and instructions for configuration, 2D, 3D, and Video systems. The […]

Filled Under: english, Links

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