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Help with writing Shell Script to automate process using multiple commands

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Old 06-03-2016
Hi Sayed,

sorry, but I have almost no knowledge about zabbix beside the fact that I read some news articles about it here and then. Zabbix is a good open source monitoring solution with fine documentation, that'll help you a lot.

Regarding questioning: In this forum there is a monitoring section as well. Another good place is ...

... the Zabbix-Forum:
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