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13 Linux Performance Monitoring Tools – Part 2

13 Linux Performance Monitoring Tools – Part 2
If you’re working as a Linux/Unix system administrator, sure you know that you must have useful monitoring tools to monitor your computers & systems, monitoring tools are very important in the job of a system administrator or a server webmaster, it’s the best way to keep an eye on what’s going on inside your system. Read Also: 20 Tools to Monitor Linux Performance – Part 1 13 Linux Performance Monitoring Today we’re...
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Monitor Server Logs in Real-Time with “Log.io” Tool on RHEL/CentOS 7/6

Monitor Server Logs in Real-Time with “Log.io” Tool on RHEL/CentOS 7/6
Log.io is a small simple but effective application build on top of Node.js and Socket.io, which allows to monitor Linux servers log files in real time through web interface screen widgets. Log.io – Real Time Server Log Monitoring This tutorial will guide you on how you can install and monitor any local log files in real time with Log.io installed on RHEL/CentOS 7/6.x by configuring Log.io harvester file to monitor any local changes to log...
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20 Useful Commands of ‘Sysstat’ Utilities (mpstat, pidstat, iostat and sar) for Linux Performance Monitoring

20 Useful Commands of ‘Sysstat’ Utilities (mpstat, pidstat, iostat and sar) for Linux Performance Monitoring
In our last article, we have learned about installing and upgrading the sysstat package and understanding briefly about the utilities which comes with the package. Sysstat – Performance and Usage Activity Monitoring Tool For Linux 20 Sysstat Commands for Linux Monitoring Today, we are going to work with some interesting practical examples of mpstat, pidstat, iostat and sar utilities, which can help us to identify the issues. We have different...
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Sysstat – All-in-One System Performance and Usage Activity Monitoring Tool For Linux

Sysstat – All-in-One System Performance and Usage Activity Monitoring Tool For Linux
Sysstat is really a handy tool which comes with number of utilities to monitor system resources, their performance and usage activities. Number of utilities that we all use in our daily bases comes with sysstat package. It also provide the tool which can be scheduled using cron to collect all performance and activity data. Install Sysstat in Linux Following are the list of tools included in sysstat packages. Sysstat Features iostat: Reports all...
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Icinga: A Next Generation Open Source ‘Linux Server Monitoring’ Tool for RHEL/CentOS 7.0

Icinga: A Next Generation Open Source ‘Linux Server Monitoring’ Tool for RHEL/CentOS 7.0
Icinga is a modern open source monitoring tool that originated from a Nagios fork, and now has two parallel branches, Icinga 1 and Icinga 2. What this tool does is, not to different from Nagios due to the fact that it still uses Nagios plugins and add-ons and even configuration files to check and monitor network services and hosts, but some differences can be spotted on web interfaces, especially on new web interface, reporting capability and easy...
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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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