Zabbix would be a great add to the software on dietpi. After it’s installed its all web based programming and it has no limits how many systems it can monitor.

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I use it for 10+ years and it’s great indeed… but it does requires a database server with sufficient performance to manage the data, specifically housekeeping can take a lot of resources).
Personally, I think that telegraf+grafana+influx seems better suited for dietpi (and besides telegraf, it’s already in the repository).

and telegraf is something that can be installed quite easily

curl -sL | apt-key add -
echo "deb buster stable" | tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/influxdb.list
apt update
apt install -y telegraf

Configuration of telegraf would need to be done manually anyway :slight_smile:

At least the zabbix-agent(2) would be a great step! Running the zabbix-server on a pi, maybe not, but the agent would be awesome to have on my nano-pi’s running dietpi!