Munin is an easy to use system and network monitoring tool that uses RRDTool to generate useful visualizations of resource usage. Munin is implemented in a master and slave node structure where the master node gathers data from the slave node(s) and produces HTML output which will be placed in the directory accessible and served via a web server in an accessible web based interface for administrator to view at any time with a web browser.
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Munin is split into two components master (server) and an node(client), The master component and a "node" component, or "munin-node," which collects the data and forwards it to the master node. The munin-node is installed as a dependency of the munin package
yum -y install munin
yum -y install munin-node
Getting the Source
The primary methods of distributing the munin source are source RPMs in the Fedora development tree and git. To access the current source code in in non-rpm format, you'll need to install git:
yum install git.
Note that several related packages will be installed as well. After the git source code management tool has been installed, then you use anonymous git access to the Munin repository.
git clone git://github.com/munin-monitoring/munin.git
Once you've committed changes locally, you can push them with
If you would just like to browse the munin git repository via the web, then you can use munin gitweb.
Before filing a bug, please read up on debugging, which will tell you how to fill out useful bug reports that will help us quickly solve your problem. Also take a look at Munin bugs or try searching Bugzillafor other reports about your problem, as some bugs are often filed by several people.