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ploting server UPTIME

NDO
Super Advisor

ploting server UPTIME


Hi

Please can somebody share ideas in how to plot in a graph server uptime, in other words a graph showing when the system was down and was up again.

F.R.
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sangilak
Trusted Contributor

Re: ploting server UPTIME

Have a look at the thread below, they describe various ways:
http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/System-Administration/Software-to-monitor-system-uptime/m-p/3435323#M206460

sangilak

Manix
Honored Contributor

Re: ploting server UPTIME

You may use "glance" or "glance Plus" as well
for the GUI mode and various performance graphs.

Thanks
Manix
HP-UX been always lovable - Mani Kalra
Innate Ideas
Occasional Visitor

Re: ploting server UPTIME


We've used Xymon for several years to track uptime, along with lots of other items. It's pretty simple to manage and has a lot of useful monitoring and alerting features.

http://xymon.sourceforge.net/
NDO
Super Advisor

Re: ploting server UPTIME

Hi!

Thank you for your contributions, what I did was to use a script that pings the server every 5 minutes, then create a file with 3 colums, namely date, down and up, and use gnuplot to create a bar graph


Regards

F.R.
NDO
Super Advisor

Re: ploting server UPTIME

bye