With the ongoing conversation about usecases for arm (beside it’s fun too) really like this idea. Unfortunately I’m missing knowledge on this topic.
To have a start, I took the liberty to snatch the nethserver-zabbix package from @mrmarkuz 's repository and put it in the arm devel testing repository.
(I hope you do not mind, in future we can migrate the zabbix armhfp packages to your repo )
On a arm device running ns-7.5.18004 (devel):
yum --enablerepo=nethserver-testing,epel-pass1 install nethserver-zabbix
Looking at the package, and having limited resources in mind, i wonder if it could use the mysql/mariadb back-end on arm. This simply because this db more widely used by nethserver modules, avoiding introducing a extra service (postgresql-server). But there are probably compelling arguments to use postgresql…
My question in general is:
- what do we need to do to make our nethserver-arm install a nice monitoring tool running on lowpower (real) hardware?