system admin question...
derek at computinginnovations.com
Wed Oct 10 14:41:38 PDT 2007
At 02:57 PM 10/10/2007, Gary Kline wrote:
> This is for the system admins out there; I brought up this question
> last weekend, (re xsysstats, an *old* app), but got no answers,
> so again:
> What are the best tools, graphical or otherwise, that I can use
> on a dedicated Gnome [or CWTM, KDE, Whatever] workspace that
> will help me track each of my four or five computers?
> (((Is xosview broken? I have it running here on this pre xorg-7.2
> system.))) xsysstats seems reasonable; are there any others?
> I'd like to be able to spot any overloads of file system snafus
> before they go critical... .
> thanks for any|all insights,
I use bigsister, from the ports. There are versions for win32 servers as
well, so you can monitor cross-platform. Bigsister's output is webbased,
plus there are alerts you can setup.
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