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Zenoss Core 3.x Network and System Monitoring by Michael Badger

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Monitoring components

Now that we know a bit about how Zenoss collects status and performance information, we turn our attention to monitoring the status of the components from the device's overview page. In Zenoss Core, our components are categorized by Network Routes, Interfaces, OS Processes, File Systems, Win Services, IP Services, and Processors.

To view the components for a device, click on the device name from the list of devices in the Infrastructure menu. The list of components for each device varies based upon several variables, such as the modeling protocol and the modeler plugins used for the device. Therefore, not all the devices will have the same components listed.

We'll cover each of the following components in turn: Interfaces, ...

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