Recently, I was searching for an easy to manage VNC service to use it at home. After a short while of consideration, I decided to install TigerVNC and manage it using Monit.
A short time after I installed Monit, I tried to monitor a background running process that does not support daemon mode. It is an exceptionally rare situation, but very interesting one, so after a while a came with a quite simple solution using additional shell script.
Previous entry was too long to include additional screenshots of the web-interface, so today I will write couple of words about web-interface and show you several screenshots.
I have been using self hosted Kolab Groupware everyday for quite a while now. Therefore the need arose to monitor process activity and system resources using Monit utility.