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Real Time Open Source Perf Tracker for Linux

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Alzhy
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Real Time Open Source Perf Tracker for Linux

Aside from Xymon (aka Hobbit) -- are there easy to deploy schemes available out there that does:

- graphs real time performnce
- ability to go back perf charts
- some basic alerting

TIA...

Hakuna Matata.
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Real Time Open Source Perf Tracker for Linux

Shalom,

Nagios does some of what you are looking to do.

Glance for Linux if HP still offers it, does this, but with ITO the licensing is quite expensive. ITO also ships with an Oracle database which you have to license yourself.

This article tells you the strengths and weaknesses better than I can.

http://www.linuxlinks.com/article/20090709183715280/SystemMonitoring.html

SEP
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Michal Kapalka (mikap)
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Re: Real Time Open Source Perf Tracker for Linux

hi Alzhy,

i could recomend you a Nagios, we are using it with :

Centreon : http://www.centreon.com/

Nagios plugins : http://nagiosplugins.org/

NSclient++ : http://nsclient.org/nscp/

Visualization : http://www.nagvis.org/

SNMP trap identification

e-mail / sms notification

- so in our company we are monitoring

OS : HP-UX/Linux/Windows/Cisco/.....

mikap
Ivan Ferreira
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Re: Real Time Open Source Perf Tracker for Linux

See also:

Zenoss
Ganglia
Por que hacerlo dificil si es posible hacerlo facil? - Why do it the hard way, when you can do it the easy way?
dirk dierickx
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Re: Real Time Open Source Perf Tracker for Linux

pure performance collecting and reporting tools, i have 3 favourites. they are:

cactus: http://www.cactuscode.org/
it can be used to report on anything, people use this in their home-domotica projects to graph out temperatures and stuff like that.

pure OS performance tools are:
monitorix: http://www.monitorix.org/

and

collectd: http://collectd.org/

both are worth a look, and oss/free...