13 Linux Performance Monitoring Tools – Part 2

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13 Responses

  1. Teebo says:

    We have used Munin in the past and it was good. Some elements were a bit complicated. We searched for alternatives and two newer, very simple and comprehensive tools to check out is uptrends and cloudradar (current user).

  2. Steve Young says:

    A good one.
    One more suggestion you might want to consider for monitoring tools is AgentlessMonitor from AppPerfect which covers most of the aspects of monitoring like JAVA / J2EE application monitoring, server monitoring, database monitoring, transaction monitoring, network monitoring, log monitoring and system monitoring and last, but not the least is available for free.

    Not only do we provide the product, they also provide you the option to have it custom made for you keeping in mind your needs and cost constraints.

    It is very easy to use and generates automated alerts in case of exceeding limits or rules violation and also needs no bulky agent to be installed.

  3. Samarth says:

    I think SeaLion (https://sealion.com/) is worth a mention here. It’s not as popular as Nagios or Zabbix but is a very powerful tool. I currently use this tool to keep an eye on my servers and it’s very impressive.
    It’s very simple to install and use, has a neat and clean UI. It also lets you add your own commands and has a feature to get all the updates in a single mail as a daily digest.

  4. centosuser says:

    Again a great article !!


    Also I am looking forward for an article related with some specific Opensource tools/softwares to analyse Apache Error and Access logs

    More better will be to know a Open Source tool to analyse MySQL logs in realtime i.e. If someone have Webfrontend based on a Customer Java program but uses MySQL for most of the operations then a tool which can show which MySQL query was executed during an operation performed by the end user

  5. bienlac says:

    How about monitoring tool for SAMBA, GUI to know who touch or edit the file in fileserver? thanks for those who want to reply

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Do you have any monitoring tool for samba in your mind? Please tell us so that we can write a detailed artilce on the requested topic..

  6. marykaichini says:

    A great list, but i think that I can add one more tool to the list. This tool is Anturis and it is a cloud-based tool with all in one character and which can monitor the whole company IT infrastructure and all kinds of servers at the same time. This is an agent tool which checks all the essential metrics like CPU, Memory, Disk, Swap and Network Interface usage, OS Processes etc.

  7. Gunner says:

    There’s also Monitorix which is easy to setup and can graph a lot of things. Very useful.

  8. shaik says:

    Thanks a lot bro very useful, i appreciate you for posting this.i am waiting for next article.

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