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Nagios and Rails Monitoring

Postby EdwardSMaTeresa » Tue Jul 12, 2022 6:30 am

We want to use Nagios for monitoring a Rails app. The reason is we just don't have a Rails app; we have Java and .Net apps and we want to use Nagios for all different apps; to have a centralized monitoring system. I know there are some great monitoring tools such as New Relic,Monit,etc. out there but they didn't want to go with anything different than Nagios. I am looking for a Nagios plugin to check the latency(uptime,downtime, how long does it take a page to load,response time,etc.) of our Rails app and couldn't find a good Nagios plugin. Does anybody know of a good Nagios plugin for monitoring latency in a Rails App? Thank you very much in advance for echatspin echatrandom your help.
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Re: Nagios and Rails Monitoring

Postby gormank » Tue Jul 12, 2022 10:16 am

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Re: Nagios and Rails Monitoring

Postby MurbiesWalto » Mon Jul 18, 2022 3:30 am

the web node should fail a health check and removed from the load balancer. The load balancer should then see that the actual number of servers is below the minimum threshold and provision a new web node. Ideally, but not the only way, this is how a production infrastructure would work. You can get a lot of this functionality out of the omegle.2yu.co box with Kubernetes or with something like omeglz echat AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
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Re: Nagios and Rails Monitoring

Postby SnowranCruzick » Fri Jul 22, 2022 12:57 am

If this happens, the web node should fail a health check and removed from the load balancer. The load balancer should then see that the actual number of servers is below the minimum threshold and provision a new web node. Ideally, but not the only way, this is how a production infrastructure would work. You can get a lot of this functionality out of the box with Kubernetes omegle voojio shagle or with something like AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
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