System monitoring based on perl, rrdtool, and sysstat
SysUsage is a system monitoring and alarm reporting tool.
It can generate historical graph views of CPU, memory, IO,
network and disk usage, and very much more.
SysUsage v2.10 - System Monitoring Tool
SysUsage is a tool used to continuously monitor a system
and generate daily/weekly/monthly/yearly graphical report
using rrdtool and sar.
It can report the following statistics:
- Load average.
- CPUs usage. (total, system, user, iowait, idle, steal)
- Memory usage (with and without cache).
- Share memory usage (POSIX /dev/shm).
1. Setup a cronjob to run sysusage. Uncomment the entries in
/etc/cron.d/sysusage or create a custom cronjob.
2. Uncomment the entries in /etc/httpd/conf.d/sysusage.conf.
3. Ensure that httpd is running.
4. Browse to http://localhost/sysusage to ensure that things are working
5. If necessary, give additional hosts access to sysusage by adding them to
- Fix missing replacement of underscore in pathname for queue or disk.
- Fix missing prompt on "What device do you want to monitor" question.
- Fix warning when hddtemp is not found during installation.
- Force df to only report local disk usage excluding tmpfs.
- Add monitoring of sensors temperature and fan speed following regexp.
See INSTALL file for more details (cha
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