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Monitorix

Monitorix

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Monitorix is a free, open source, lightweight system monitoring tool designed to monitor as many services and system resources as possible. It has been created to be used under production Linux/UNIX servers, but due to its simplicity and small size can be used on embedded devices as well.


The monitoring includes the following graphs:

  • System load average and usage (system.rrd)
  • Global kernel usage (kern.rrd)
  • Per-processor kernel usage (proc.rrd)
  • HP ProLiant System Health (hptemp.rrd)
  • LM-Sensors and GPU temperatures (lmsens.rrd)
  • NVIDIA temperatures and usage (nvidia.rrd)
  • Disk drive temperatures and health (disk.rrd)
  • Filesystem usage and I/O activity (fs.rrd)
  • System services demand (serv.rrd)
  • Mail statistics (mail.rrd)
  • Network port traffic (port.rrd)
  • FTP statistics (ftp.rrd)
  • Apache statistics (apache.rrd)
  • Nginx statistics (nginx.rrd)
  • Lighttpd statistics (lighttpd.rrd)
  • MySQL statistics (mysql.rrd)
  • Squid Proxy Web Cache statistics (squid.rrd)
  • NFS server statistics (nfss.rrd)
  • NFS client statistics (nfsc.rrd)
  • BIND server statistics (bind.rrd)
  • NTP statistics (ntp.rrd)
  • Fail2ban statistics (fail2ban.rrd)
  • Icecast Streaming Media Server statistics (icecast.rrd)
  • Raspberry Pi sensor statistics (raspberrypi.rrd)
  • Alternative PHP Cache statistics (phpapc.rrd)
  • Memcached statistics (memcached.rrd)
  • Wowza Media Server (wowza.rrd)
  • Devices interrupt activity (int.rrd)
  • Support for monitoring remote servers (Multihost).
  • Support for monitoring (as gateway) the Internet traffic of LAN devices.
  • Alert capabilities supported.
  • Built-in HTTP server.
  • Complete email reporting mechanism of all graphs.
  • Ability to view statistics per day, week, month or year.
  • Ability to view statistics in graphs or in plain text tables.
  • Ability to zoom in any graph to see it in more detail.
  • Ability to show network metrics in MBytes/sec or Mbits/sec.
  • Ability to show temperatures in Celsius or in Fahrenheit.
  • Ability to configure the number of years of historical data (up to 5 years).
  • Web interface offers minimal learning, ubiquitous access.
  • Configuration with only one text-plain file.
  • Silent mode to be able to retrieve the graphs from scripts.
  • Traffic statistics are stored in fixed-size databases (RRDtool).
  • Perl language based (lightweight tool).
  • Supported systems: GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD.
Monitorix
Home Page Monitorix
Version 3.10.1
Contributor bigfoot65
Updated 27 days ago
Tags system monitor, cpu, temp, drives, network
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