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Network status script, recommendations?

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I'm trying to find a very basic script/app that will allow me to
create a web page with the current status of a few systems. I'd like
to be able to edit it easily, through a web backend, change the status
from red to green, add some notes about ETAs, etc.

I've searched all over, and can't even seem to come up with something
that remotely fits the bill that I might be able to customize.

Does anyone know of such a thing out there that I could even use as a
starting place??

Thanks for any suggestions!
Jul 8 '06 #1
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On 2006-07-08 12:19:47 +1000, Mark McCormick <mr****@gmail.comsaid:
I'm trying to find a very basic script/app that will allow me to
create a web page with the current status of a few systems. I'd like
to be able to edit it easily, through a web backend, change the status
from red to green, add some notes about ETAs, etc.

I've searched all over, and can't even seem to come up with something
that remotely fits the bill that I might be able to customize.
Does anyone know of such a thing out there that I could even use as a
starting place??

Thanks for any suggestions!
Suggestion: describe the "systems" you wish to monitor. Are they *nix
style daemons? Windows Services? Planetary systems?

Jul 11 '06 #2

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