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I am looking for a solution that will monitor several linux (maybe windows) hosts on a given network, gathers free space, CPU usage, etc... "counters" and "publishes" this to a central location which is accessible via a web browser in order for me to see which hosts need disk cleanup, etc... Are you aware of any tool like this?

Thanks, f.

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Monitoring Frameworks such as Nagios provide such functionality.

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This should do it :) – fritzone Feb 19 '13 at 12:26

You can choose from a variety of monitoring tools available like

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Thanks @user49740 making answer more dynamic :) – Avi Mehenwal Feb 20 '13 at 6:21

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