[Techtalk] Monitoring Programs
Phil.Savoie at exitcertified.com
Fri Oct 8 14:18:16 EST 2004
Thank you all so much for your very informative answers and for pointing me in
the right direction in terms of web references etc. You have been most kind.
On Thursday 07 October 2004 18:16, Travis Casey wrote:
> On Thursday 07 October 2004 05:12, Phil Savoie wrote:
> > Would like to know if there are monitoring programs that monitor the
> > following: server processes, memory, bandwidth, routers,
> > servers, hosts.
> > What do you use for this?
> Lots of them. What do you want it to do? For example, there are
> monitoring programs that sit in the corner of the screen of the workstation
> you're on and show you a graph of stuff about it, and ones that are meant
> to monitor a bunch of servers and send you email if something goes wrong
> with one of them. And there's lots of things "in between".
> For the first kind of thing, I currently use ksysmon and knetload, since I
> use KDE for my desktop. In the past, I've used GKrellM and Xsysinfo.
> Xsysinfo can show you multiple servers; I think GKrellM can as well.
> For the second sort, I use mon at work. I like mon because its "monitors"
> are actually separate programs -- most of them are Perl scripts -- and with
> a little knowledge of Perl or shell scripting (or, heck, pretty much any
> other computer language) you can easily create your own monitors or modify
> the existing ones.
> I believe ksysmon is a standard part of KDE.
> knetload: http://flameeyes.web.ctonet.it/kdeapps.html#knetload
> GKrellM: http://www.gkrellm.net
> I can't find a current real "home" for Xsysinfo, but here's a page with a
> bunch of different packages of it:
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