Plugins to Monitor Oracle with Zabbix


Zabbix Oracle monitoring plugin Downloadable from

Written in python, tested with python 2.6 and 2.7. Using cx_Oracle purpose is monitoring an Oracle database in an efficient way. Optionally calling zabbix_sender to upload data

Supports Oracle 9,10,11,12 RAC,asm and plugin databases Tested with Oracle 11,12 RAC,standby,asm and plugin databases



ZabbixDBA is fast, flexible, and continuously developing plugin to monitor your RDBMS.

ZabbixDBA uses threading of DBI connections which is good for monitoring of multiple database instances simultaneously. Just configure it, run daemon and it will do all the job. Currently there are template and query set only for Oracle database, but Perl DBI supports any type of RDBMS:

  • Oracle
  • MySQL
  • MS SQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • DB2, etc.



DaBaBix is a Zabbix database monitoring agent. It combines the features of postbix and orabbix, but has been rewritten and improved to monitor different database types (currently postgre/mysql/mssql/oracle) and instances with a single daemon instance based on apache daemons (unix/windows service).


Orabbix was made to monitor oracle instances with zabbix, with this you are going to acquire data from every oracle instances that you want to monitor and then zabbix server is going to produce graphs and collect data. For most of data collected are present some trigger that send mail for each trouble funded or performance problem. It’s incredibly useful to collect data and produce SLA or to have a workload history of your DB.





One Comment on “Plugins to Monitor Oracle with Zabbix”

  1. Hello,

    I’m ZabbixDBA creator. Saw some traffic from here.

    Thanks for posting!


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