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.
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 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
Any programs you recommend for monitoring? I am looking for something to add to keep an eye on my servers in addition to the third party services I am already using. Does not matter if it is linux or windows based.
My company has been having some issues with our email periodically but our host provides no help other than a graph showing the amount of daily relays.
Does anyone know of a good email server montior or diagnostic solution that works with MailEnable? Preferably something free or cheap.
I basically want to be able to get in and see what emails were sent and received from who and the IPs if possible. I don't care about seeing the content of peoples emails but just a report similar to a telephone bill would surely help.
I have about 40 servers that I'd like to stream stats to a windows computer (preferably a software based solution). It is a combination of linux and windows but I'd like to have as much stats as possible like loads, space, cpu usage, bandwidth usage, etc.
My dedicated server is sometimes sluggishly slow. I would like to get a grasp of its performance during a day, to get a better understanding of what's going on.
Therefore I am looking for a server performance monitoring service. All service I found so far were simply monitoring uptime (server is down / server is up). I need something more - a service that checks every 30 seconds or so the loading time of the main page.
Then it would allow me to download the data in CSV or draw a response time graph.
I'm thinking of purchasing a server that will monitor about 50 different servers using Nagios. It would probably just run Apache and nothing else but i was wondering if anyone has experience setting up a Nagios server just for monitoring other boxes on a network.
I'm wondeirng if this can be done. I will be monitoring a few customer servers but would like to give those customers access to Nagios and access only to their servers and nobody elses. Is there a way to setup Nagios so certain users can view their own boxes and nobody elses? Probaby setting up some type of group configuration. What about alerts? If a customers box goes down they would need to be alerted. Does Nagios allow those users to receive alerts specific to their boxes.
Not even sure how powerful the server should be. Probably a Celery or something a bit more powerful should do.
i have set up an apache server on the redhat CentOS 4.2.my apache server is running very slow. will u pls tell me which parameters do i need to check for this problem? which parameters do we check for monitering the apache server?
We currently have around 45 VPS clients and dedicated servers, We are looking for a script that can be seen from the internet but requires a login, It will notify us when a server goes down or a service goes down. It will also keep track of the Bandwidth usage, etc. We can set custom names and add servers to monitor.
Is there anything like this or a Big VPS hosting company is using?
I'm looking into setting up a server-monitoring network: small globally distributed VPS servers all monitoring another main server (currently, just one server - but I would like it to be scalable).
When it notices it can't connect to a particular service, it should check to see if the other monitoring stations also can't connect - then a "master server" should send out an email + sms alert to the designated person for that server if all servers cannot connect.
Does such an open source piece of software exist? Or do I have to start writing my own...?
I have a few boxes on a special setup in a rack that I want to monitor bandwidth usage on for a while. There really isn't a way at the moment to do it switch level. Some of the servers have cPanel, some are just straight Linux (CentOS). I have seen where you can setup iptables to measure/monitor bandwidth, any other easy and effective suggestions for doing this?
I've been trying to find a decent and reasonably priced website/server monitoring service that alerts me by SMS and email if something goes down. I have 3 HTTP addresses and one HTTPS I'd like to check in 5 minute intervals.
Have you had any good experiences with services like this?
My question is, what is a good free server monitoring tool that is external. By that I mean software I install on my computer and I can view from my server from my pc. I hope that makes sense it does to me.