Mondo Health Monitor

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Mondo Health Monitor
A system health monitoring daemon based on lm_sensors.

Mondo is a system health monitor daemon for GNU/Linux, capable of running specific commands whenever alarm conditions get tripped. Mondo can do things like send e-mails and shut your system down if a fan fails, voltage rails start to go haywire, or your system just seems warmer than it should be. It can actually run any command of your choice to handle an alarm condition


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released on 23 December 2008


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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 18 February 2017.


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