Monitoring remote servers with IPMI


Article from Issue 89/2008

Intelligent Platform Management Interface, IPMI, lets you monitor the status of the remote server – even if the server isn’t running.

The Linux environment offers several techniques for monitoring and managing remote systems, but conventional remote administration works through a connection with the operating system of the remote host. What happens when the remote host is down or otherwise compromised?

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