way to monitor my servers cpu load, but more importantly is there a way to monitor which php scripts are using the most resources? i have searched around and haven't found much information. i use fedora, apache, mysql just so you know.
We need a good (best?) network/hardware monitoring application for monitoring our servers located at 3 different datacenters and around 50 servers.. I've founded some programs but they don't cover my needs 100%
Basicly I need these;
- Adding servers easily.
- Adding monitoring channel for each servers. (load, network, disk/ram usage etc..)
- Adding users and attaching users to servers seperately. (For example I will add justify user and attach him to server1, will add wht user and attach him the server2 and their permissions will be different and they will have no control on other's servers.)
- Web based controller for users/admins
- I want to install it to my windows/linux servers and monitor all remotely..
What are some good monitoring companies that can keep track of downtime. Even more specifically looking for companies that can send an sms alert or possibly reboot the server following ceartin instructions during a downtime.
Though please provide all suggestion (even if they don't do the above).
Give me 1000GB or 2000GB and that's my limit that I'll try and not go over. Pretty simple.
However, I'm now dealing with a provider that has me really confused. This company is charging us based on 95th percentile and we're now being asked to commit to 8.5 MBPS while the server doesn't even go over 1500GB monthly bandwidth limit.
Is this correct:
- We're not using tons of bandwidth but we do have large bursts
- The company is ultimately charging you for the bursts
how can i find out who is using up all the resources of 1 of my server, i am running CENTOS Enterprise 5.2 i686 on standard - WHM X v3.1.0, i have around 180 web site currently on this server and i would like to move my customer how need more power.
or limit my customers to 10% of the server resources for no longer than 10min.
I'm currently gathering a list of all VPS providers that offer proactive VPS (services etc...) monitoring. So far I know that Wiredtree and Liquidweb include it and Zone.net and Futurehosting (to a limited extent) offers it as an add-on. Anyone else have any that they know of?
Does anyone run any defacement monitoring software? I'm looking for something that will send me an email alert whenever changes have been made to files or folders on my web server. It could be a file or folder watcher I just would like it to notify me whenever changes are made to a file or folder. I have searched but found nothing reliable.
we have a large number of dell server like Pe 850-860, Sc1425-1435, Pe1850-1950, we are try to find a solution to monitor the server hardware like raid status, fan, ram, controller etc, we have try to use ITassistant but seem that work only with server with Drac card or we should install on each box OMSA, so i would know what different solution can we use.
I am on a freebsd semi managed dedicated server (semi managed in that they dont really do out lol i just dont have root access, ssh though) unsing DirectAdmin
I need to find a way where i can monitor the processes that each account is using.
In the Service Monitor its showing all the services thats running for example, at present httpd is showing this:
httpd httpd (pid 96703 96702 96700 96698 96697 96696 96695 96694 96693 96692 96691 96690 96689 96688 96687 96686 96685 96684 96683 96682 96662 )I need to find more info about each of the pid's as i would like to know who is using what. does that make sense? The other day (above httpd is normal) there was at least 10 times that amount and the server was dead slow, but i could not find any information as to who was using what and what cause the server to die....
I also have a customer that usually uses about 400mb to 500mb bandwidth per day, since the 28th of march this has gone sky high to nearly 2gb, he says he does not have any attachments fro download, nothing new has been added and no extra traffic, yet this has happened, this is why i need to find more info about such things, I have had a look at the logs but again, i do not really understand what any of it means...
i read this somewhere, but i dont think it works on my server...
Look at the PID of the process using the most resources. Then use "ls -alh /proc/PID".
Ya'll get something like:
root@server02 [/]# ls -alh /proc/10231 total 0 dr-xr-xr-x 3 nobody nobody 0 Jan 17 15:35 ./ dr-xr-xr-x 144 root root 0 Dec 29 09:48 ../ -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 cmdline -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 cpu lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 cwd -> /home/USERNAME/public_html/ -r-------- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 environ lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 exe -> /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd* dr-x------ 2 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 fd/ -r-------- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 maps -rw------- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 mem -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 mounts lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 root -> // -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 stat -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 statm -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jan 17 15:35 status
The cwd -> will tell you what folder is being accessed. That should let you know what user.
You can also from SSH on Cpanel boxes use something like "lynx localhost/whm-server-status" to see connections to specific URLs.
I am running windows 2003 on my web server and I am hosting a program which I have users accessing all day. I was wondering a way that I could monitor who accesses the server and how many times daily. They already access the server with a username and password
Does anyone know if it is possible to monitor bandwidth for individual virtual environments within Hyper-V? I'm looking for an economical way of doing this, not through System Center. we're looking to provision a few Windows virtual environments over the next few weeks and want to see if there is an alternative to Parallels Virtuozzo.