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CloudStats.me – Monitors Your Linux Servers and Websites from the Cloud

CloudStats.me – Monitors Your Linux Servers and Websites from the Cloud
CloudStats.me is a new linux server monitoring tool which is very easy to use yet capable of providing most vital information about your server. CloudStats was developed with simplicity in mind. Most existing server monitoring tools are either quite expensive or have a tedious installation procedure. In contrast, once you sign up for a CloudStats account, you will be asked to run only 1 command on your server using SSH command line tool. That command...
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screenFetch – An Ultimate System Information Generator for Linux

screenFetch – An Ultimate System Information Generator for Linux
We mostly rely on integrated tools in Linux to get the system information in GUI, with little or no change with the change in Desktop Environment. A classic look of GUI System information tool on my Debian Jessie. Linux System Overview When it comes to Command Line Interface, we have commands which shows all the system information but there is no single command capable of providing all the information at once. Yeah! We can always write an script...
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Observium: A Complete Network Management and Monitoring System for RHEL/CentOS

Observium: A Complete Network Management and Monitoring System for RHEL/CentOS
Observium is a PHP/MySQL driven Network Observation and Monitoring application, that supports a wide range of operating systems/hardware platforms including, Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, Cisco, HP, Dell, NetApp and many more. It seeks to present a robust and simple web interface to monitor health and performance of your network. Install Observium in CentOS/RHEL Observium gathers data from devices with the help of SNMP and display those data in graphical...
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Web VMStat: A Real Time System Statistics (Memory, CPU, Processess, etc) Monitoring Tool for Linux

Web VMStat: A Real Time System Statistics (Memory, CPU, Processess, etc) Monitoring Tool for Linux
Web-Vmstat it’s a small application written in Java and HTML which displays live Linux system statistics, such as Memory, CPU, I/O, Processes, etc. taken over vmstat monitoring command line in a pretty Web page with charts (SmoothieCharts) and diagrams through WebSocket streams using websocketd program. Install Web-Vmstat in Linux I’ve recorded a quick video review of what the application can do on a Gentoo system. Requirements On...
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Installing “PHP Server Monitor” Tool using LEMP or LAMP Stack in Arch Linux

Installing “PHP Server Monitor” Tool using LEMP or LAMP Stack in Arch Linux
PHP Server Monitor is an Open Source web frontend monitoring tool written in PHP, that can verify whether the your servers (IP, domains) or services are up and running and can send you notifications via mail services or SMS if a problem occurred on a monitored service or port. It checks websites by using HTTP status code, can displays history graphs of uptime and latency and can use two levels of authentication (administrator and regular user). Install...

linux-dash: Monitors “Linux Server Performance” Remotely Using Web Browser

linux-dash: Monitors “Linux Server Performance” Remotely Using Web Browser
If you are looking for a low resource, speedy server statistics monitoring script, look no further than linux-dash. Linux Dash’s claim to popular is its slick and responsive web dashboard that works better on large and small screens. linux-dash: Server Monitoring Tool linux dash is a memory efficient, low resource, easy to install, server statistics monitoring script written in PHP. The web statistics page allows you to drag and drop the...
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20 Command Line Tools to Monitor Linux Performance

20 Command Line Tools to Monitor Linux Performance
It’s really very tough job for every System or Network administrator to monitor and debug Linux System Performance problems every day. After being a Linux Administrator for 5 years in IT industry, I came to know that how hard is to monitor and keep systems up and running. For this reason, we’ve compiled the list of Top 20 frequently used command line monitoring tools that might be useful for every Linux/Unix System Administrator. These...

Nmon: Analyze and Monitor Linux System Performance

Nmon: Analyze and Monitor Linux System Performance
If you are looking for a very easy to use performance monitoring tool for Linux, I highly recommend to install and use the Nmon command-line utility. Nmon Monitoring Tool Nmon is a system’s administrator tuner, benchmark tool that can be used to display performance data about the followings: cpu memory network disks file systems nfs top processes resources power micro-partition A very nice thing I really like about this tool is the fact...
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