How to Install Munin on Ubuntu 18.04


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Installing Munin on Ubuntu 18.04

Munin is an open-source networked resource monitoring tool that helps system administrators analyze and track the performance of their servers, networks, and services. It provides graphical representations of key system metrics through graphs and also offers alerting capabilities.

Installation Steps:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install munin
sudo nano /etc/apache2/conf-enabled/munin.conf

Replace "Allow" with "Allow from all" to allow remote access to the Munin web interface.

sudo systemctl restart apache2.service
sudo nano /etc/munin/munin.conf

Under the [localhost] section, add "allow ^your_server_ip_address$"

sudo systemctl restart munin-node.service

Open your web browser and navigate to http://your_server_ip_address/munin

  1. Update the package list:
  2. Install the Munin package:
  3. Edit the Apache configuration file:
  4. Restart Apache:
  5. Add your server's IP address to the Munin configuration:
  6. Restart the Munin service:
  7. Access the Munin web interface:

You should now have Munin installed and the web interface accessible for monitoring your server.

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