the easiest tool to monitoring a server is munin. It’s easy to install and has lots of plugins. Installing munin on a server, which is to be monitored, is not really a smart move. Seeing a raspberry pi laying on a closet and do nothing, gives me the idea to use it to monitor my vServer. The problem is how to configure munin-node to communicate with munin, which is behind a dynamic IP. But one step after the other 🙂
First move is to grab a SD-Card and flash Raspbian from Raspberry Pi website. This is an easy task.
Next task is to assign a static IP address. Continue reading Munin on Raspberry Pi with dynamic IP