Use Glances to Monitor Remote Linux in Web Server Mode

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6 Responses

  1. Gustavo Seluja says:

    Hi, is it any way to make Glances trigger actions without client connection? I’ve tried but couldn’t so I created a task or cron to issue an http request to make actions being triggered. I’ve tested in Windows but I think in Linux it should be the same.

    Any thoughts?
    Regards

  2. Hussain says:

    Hi,

    In “$ sudo systemctl enable connection.service
    $ sudo systemctl start connection.service
    $ sudo systemctl status connection.service”,
    “connection.service” Shouldn’t be glancesweb.service ?

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