C. Ed Felt
edfelt at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 17:53:12 MDT 2005
> I'll use nagios for monitoring.
> Ryan Erickson wrote:
>> There are commercially-available watchdog timers and heartbeat monitors
>> available. I unfortunately don't have a recommendation, as I've never
>> needed them.
>> Something like this, assuming you can get Linux software for the
>> If I were doing it for a home / non-commercial setting, I'd probably
>> build something with a Basic Stamp to monitor the serial tty, and
>> look for
>> the panic message and / or a heartbeat message sent to the tty. It'd be
>> easy to have the Basic Stamp open / close a contact to cause a relay
>> closure attached to the reset button.
I have some experience writing scripts to reboot a server via serial
connection to an RPS-10 when the network goes down. For a cheap price
and a little scripting (mine is in Python) you can get what you need to
power cycle a server when the Network goes down (or any other situation
for that matter):
- Ed Felt
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