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    Default monitor application for linux?

    Hi All
    I'm searching a good suse monitoring application
    i want to monitor performance(cpu,memory) also process,login to system,
    i want to run some automatically script when process down,
    send email

    Thanks
    Ron

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    Default Re: monitor application for linux?

    Welcome to the forums; there are many Linux monitoring programs. Open a console and enter top to get basic information about all running processes. KDE's system monitor will you a graphical representation of CPU and memory use.

    Indeed, just entering 'monitor' in YaST>Software Management should give you a list of moritoring programs and tell you which are already installed.

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    Default Re: monitor application for linux?

    On 06/03/2011 08:36 AM, yairaba wrote:
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    > I'm searching a good suse monitoring application



    welcome (i see this is your first post)

    but, when you write "a good suse monitoring application" i wonder a few
    things:

    1. if you mean a GUI application

    2. if you are running SUSE Linux Enterprise or openSUSE

    3. are you running a server you want to email you when things go sour

    4. how handy you are at a *nix command line

    and depending on the answers to those, one (or all) of these might be
    helpful, or not:

    top
    atop
    ntop
    htop
    last
    ps
    free

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    [NNTP via openSUSE 11.4 [2.6.37.6-0.5] + KDE 4.6.0 + Thunderbird 3.1.10]
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    Default Re: monitor application for linux?

    thanks for replays
    i'm running suse 11 sp1 on amazon , looking a tool that can monitoring
    process(like apache,tomcat,mysql)
    logs file
    cpu and memory
    automatically run scripts(like start process when is down)
    alert by email
    nice web gui

    Thanks
    Ron

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    Default Re: monitor application for linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by yairaba View Post
    thanks for replays
    i'm running suse 11 sp1 on amazon , looking a tool that can monitoring
    process(like apache,tomcat,mysql)
    logs file
    cpu and memory
    automatically run scripts(like start process when is down)
    alert by email
    nice web gui

    Thanks
    Ron
    Opsview, Zabbix or Nagios

    Best regards,
    Greg
    Best regards,
    Greg

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    Default Re: monitor application for linux?

    On 06/03/2011 11:36 AM, glistwan wrote:
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    > Opsview, Zabbix or Nagios
    >


    maybe coupled with WebMin..

    and, by the way, "suse 11 sp1" is SUSE Linux Enterprise Server version
    11 (aka: SLES 11), and the folks you need to ask about that is over in
    the forums at forums.novell.com, we here are all about openSUSE, which
    is different from the commercial product and therefore you might get
    some wrong answers from here..

    at the very least, you need to put SLES 11 in your subject line so it
    will attract helper folks who are familiar with both SLES and openSUSE..

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