Central log server using rsyslog is an asset of your sysadmin life! It may get you on the surface on really critical failures when you manage xyz number of servers and some of them go down. In my case raspberry pi 2 with rasbian (debian wheezy for arm processors) does the job very well, without […]
Let's say you have a server in a LAN you want to monitor from your house or from your office instead of being in a depressing computer room. By the way, computer rooms are not depressing at all, we all love them! ;)! But if you have multiple servers? Thinking the possibillities working mobile?
<strong><span style="font-size: x-large;">GKrellM features</span></strong>
<a href="http://gkrellm.net/">GKrellM</a> is a free monitoring tool that gives you information about:
Hostname/systemname display. Clock/calendar. SMP CPU monitor that can chart individual CPUs and/or a composite CPU. Temperature, fan, and voltage sensor monitors if supported by the kernel and the mainboard hardware. Linux requires lm_sensors modules, sysfs sensors for kernels >= 2.6.0 or a running mbmon daemon. Sensors can also be read from mbmon on […]