Obtaining real-time values of system parameters or events (processor load, server responsiveness, intrusion attempts, …), or getting alerted when certain events happen

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Smokeping list only systems down

I'm using smokeping to monitor our 400+-systems. Everything works and functions as it should. Only i want to make a view or a filter that only shows the lines that are down, or that match a certain ...
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Network Monitor Tun Interfaces

I am trying to setup monitoring for my openvpn setup. Everything I have found so far doesn't have good logging for anything but the main network connection. I already have logging of openvpn data ...
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How do see the memory used by a program in ubuntu?

How can I see the raw memory data used by an application ? Like , suppose I have a file name something.sh . Now I run the command ./something.sh , and then I want see all the data its accessing in ram ...
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Log monitoring using shell script

I would like to monitor a log file for errors and then send an email to administrators. The log file contains data like below 11 Aug 02:30 Service1 restarted 11 Aug 05:35 Service1 restarted 11 Aug ...
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server mointoring / intrusion detection for home nas

I'm looking for some kind of monitor or intrusion detection to monitor my NAS. The following things I would like to monitor: Incoming network traffic (source -> Router -> NAS) from another country ...
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Monitoring CPU usage by user

I'm looking for a tool which monitores the CPU usage (or CPU time) of all real/login users and which provides some kind of graphical representation of the accumulated data, e.g. a graph of CPU usage ...
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Stop writing to a capture file after it reaches a specific size

I'd like to monitor my network traffic of an specific interface to file. Then I would like to stop the interface if the traffic counts over 60mb total. Is there a possible way to do that?
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Running Deamon Involving GPIO on Pi

I have a deamon that monitors various things using the GPIO ports. I have used python to write the code for this using the RPi.GPIO module. I would like to ensure that the deamon is always running, ...
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Log when program is run

I am running a "kiosk" computer - one for general use for anybody in the room - and I want to know if anyone is actually using it. Is there a log that tells me when firefox, chromium or other ...
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Monitor processes trying to access non-existent file or directory

We're moving websites from one server configuration to a new configuration and the websites will live in different paths than previously. We're planning to diligently go through and replace old paths ...
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How to capture tail -f output from remote host indefinitely

I am trying to monitor a remote, embedded host that is writing output to a file: /var/log/myapp.log This host may lose power for hours. The app may be killed and restarted. On my local machine, I ...
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Cannot add host to icingaweb2

I installed Icinga2 and icingaweb2. I have the dashboard, view of hosts, services, etc. I can log in, log out, etc. Ok, now I want to monitor something. So I added a host to ...
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Is there a good resource monitoring tool in linux?

I've been looking for a good resource monitor in linux for a couple of hours and all I have found is conky. Specifically I've been looking for something to monitor my core clock speeds. I've found ...
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Resource (CPU time and memory) limitation and termination of a process upon violation in Linux

The problem: Given a process, limit the resources it and its child-processes can use. I.e. set CPU time and virtual memory quotas. When the process group exceeds one of the limits, terminate it, ...
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Monitor application usage over time

I would like to monitor over time: the number of times applications are launched the time duration of the process the commands I have launched in the shell This is so as to have a rough estimate ...
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Is there a process logging tool for solaris?

Is there an existing tool for solaris/unix that keeps a history trail of the list of running processes. I'd like to be able to review backwards in time what processes were active/running. I can ...
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Monitor Cpu & Ram Uasge Via Web

Sorry about that newbie question. But does anyone know how to make or where to find a script that will monitor CPU and ram usage, so i will be able to use it at my admin panel on web? I'm running a ...
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how to execute a script everytime any USB get mounted

I use a script that writes all mountpoints of my devices to a textfile using df. How can I execute my script everytime any device (especially USB) is mounted? script to execute: #!/bin/bash # save ...
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CentOS 6 apcupsd Trouble Shooting

I'm having issues with the recommended UPS monitoring software apcupsd. It installed ok but when I run it and check the error messages it is getting spammed with all these messages and doesn't seem ...
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Is it possible to track bash commands in real time?

I'd like to know if I can track commands entered by user in a bash shell, in real time. What I'm trying to do is something similar to thefuck, but I need to prompt the user as and when he enters new ...
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How to restart (or reset) a running process in linux

I have two Linux systems communicating over sockets (Desktop and ARM-based development board). I want to restart (or reset) my client application (running on a development board) when server sends a ...
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FreeBSD: Control operational and administrative status of virtual interface

I'm looking for a way to freely control the administrative and operational status of a virtual interface as seen by a snmp get requests: $ snmptable -c public -v 2c myserver iftable SNMP table: ...
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How can I track commands executed in a terminal ( without bash_history )

I'm writing a program that tracks user activities, and basically tries to automate things that can be. I'm currently trying to monitor programs that user uses often from command line. But just ...
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Sample monitoring of ZFS using mrtg

Was wondering if anyone has a quick and simple mrtg hack to monitor a ZFS file system, thought it would be wise to ask before writing one up myself....
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How to monitor the opening and closing of files?

I'm writing an AI personal assistant. One part of the software is a monitor daemon. A small process that monitor's user's active windows. I'm using python( with libwnck and psutils for obtaining info ...
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What is stopping our UDP packets (how does it know the route is down)?

We have a server (camera) sending RTSP video packets via UDP. At a customer site it travels over several hops, one of which may be an unreliable WiFi link that drops the odd packet or five. Usually ...
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On a Linux system, see how busy is file system

I want to know of a command that will show me how (currently) busy is the file system. I'm assuming there exists such a command that will show me this. With such command, are there specific arguments ...
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How to track/log commands executed on a shell?

Can commands be written to a logfile before they were executed in any shells? I know there is a patch for ssh to log all commands from ssh sessions, but i want to log even commands executed from a ...
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Is there a way of listing all the instances when a particular file was modified/edited?

I currently have a file abc.txt. I am curious to know if it is possible to see all the instances when this file was edited, from the date it was created? Q: How can I make it possible [if I would ...
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Measure data submited to a blocked ip adress in iptables

With: sudo iptables -A INPUT -p all -d $ip -j DROP One can drop all packets submitted to an ip adress (or a range of ip adresses). This method is useful if you want to prevent applications from ...
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Passing a parameter to a dstat plugin

I wrote a simple plugin (dstat_externalBackup.py) for dstat to monitor the filesystem free space and placed it in /usr/share/dstat and it works as intended. € dstat --externalBackup 3600 extern free ...
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How can I start a file-processing daemon? [closed]

How can I run a script-based tool which will process files continuously downloaded to given directory as they arrive? I'd like to minimize delay (~1 second is OK), script can have own infinite loop. ...
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Is the perfmon2 tool obsolete due to the same functionality being included in the current Linux kernel?

I was having some issues with the PAPI tool and multiplex and this answer by the PAPI creator led me to check out perfmon2: http://lists.eecs.utk.edu/pipermail/ptools-perfapi/2008-April/000900.html ...
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How many interrupts and context switches good for the server?

Munin has chart 'interrupts and context switches on the system'. As far as this is a monitoring tool I assume these values are important for the server performance. So, the question is: how can I ...
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Monitor a hard disk partition

I need to monitor a partition on a CentOS server (/, to be exact) and would like to be alerted when it is full or full to a certain percentage. What is a simple way (using built-in tools) to ...
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Log and plot temperature-time curve over given time intervall

How can I log and plot a graph of all available hardware temperatures (CPU, SSD, etc). CPU load over a given time (say a day or a week) in linux? The CPU is i7 haswell if this matters, I have ...
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In Linux 'top' command, is there any way to keep track of values?

I'm using the Linux "top" command to monitor %CPU of particular process. As the values keep on changing every few seconds, is there any way to keep track of values in a separate file or as a graphical ...
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Does orca + RICHPse work on Solaris Containers or local zones?

I have just attempted to get RICHPse version 3.4 running on a Solaris version 10 Sun M5000. It seems to run on the global zone but not on the local zones. On the local zones RICHPse just fails ...
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How can I get read/write instant speed of a Hard Drive using /proc/diskstats data?

I know that the proc/diskstats file presents these data columns: 1 - major number 2 - minor mumber 3 - device name 4 - reads completed successfully 5 - reads merged 6 - sectors read 7 - time spent ...
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How does the proc/diskstats work to present that values? And for proc/stat and meminfo?

I am trying to get the diskstats data by same way that the file does. Is there any way to reach that values without reading that file? How the values are placed there? Is there any ".c" file that ...
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How to track down the source of I/O spikes?

I am using Linux as a desktop, and keep getting seemingly random I/O Spikes. The machine becomes unusably slow. At first I thought it was just that I don't have enough memory. But looking at the ...
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Program like vnStat that filters for only external (Internet) traffic

I've been using vnStat to monitor the ethernet interface on a Linux computer, but found that it includes all local traffic. I do many file transfers from within the subnet which far exceeds the ...
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Why doesn't monit like this syntax

I am trying to setup monit for my debian server. I have a main monitrc file in /etc/monit which at the end has include /etc/monit/conf.d/*. In conf.d I have two files for my apache and mysql servers: ...
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How can I monitor the interactions of an application with dbus?

I think the title says it all. I have a set of applications, I want to montior any and all interactions of the applications with dbus. The things I've played with don't seem to have a way of focusing ...
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Create and report system acivity

I have a set-up a server running several applications. There will be multiple people using these applications in a community situation. I am looking for a way to track and report changes made to ...
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Total data usage history with SNMP

I am working on a project to monitor the network devices by the help of SNMP and MRTG, RRDTool. As part of bandwidth monitoring, I can be able to get the maximum used bandwidth per time resolution. ...
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mrtg configuration

I installed mrtg and want add CPU, Memory graphs of local machine (not router) . Traffic graphs page working properly.Tried to find tutorial how to do that but: I do not have mrtg dir on /etc to ...
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Monitoring tool without web interface

I need to monitor a Linux server. I'm searching for a monitoring tool able to store system information (CPU, RAM disks usage, Apache and Postfix status, etc.) throughout the day and send an email ...
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How to find which process is currently writing to the disk?

For some unknown reason there is no space left on my /, even 5 minutes after removing 300 MBs of junk packages, there is no space left again. So I've come to conclusion that there is some process that ...
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file creation and acces monitoring app [duplicate]

I remember long time ago I had some antivirus on windows which had wile accesses monitor, and could tell you if any process accesses a file.I need to monitor every file in my home folder(or any other) ...