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  1. #1
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    monitor vps ,help me please

    hello which tool can i use to monitoring my vps?
    dipslay me :
    crashes
    which services not work
    and more

    thank you

  2. #2
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  3. #3
    Actually I would be interested to monitor the load, usage etc. over time rather then get notify of downtime.

    Any tools to do that?

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by 59ideas
    Actually I would be interested to monitor the load, usage etc. over time rather then get notify of downtime.

    Any tools to do that?
    Checkout Cacti - you have to set it up yourself though.
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  5. #5
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    VPS Info is a very useful script as well. It won't monitor trends though.

    http://www.labradordata.ca/home/13

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by 59ideas
    Actually I would be interested to monitor the load, usage etc. over time rather then get notify of downtime.

    Any tools to do that?
    Do you mean you want to see load, ram usage and disk usage on terminal screen for example? Can you elaborate more about what you need to monitor?

  7. #7
    No not on the terminal screen, that would mean I have to be login all the time.

    I know there are tools like vmstat, top, uptime...

    What I want is to track over time.
    Like I can see that the busytime is 2am in the morning because I'm in Asia and that's morning for the opposite part of the world.


    Ok for traffic I can go with a stats program like awstats but what about cpu load, mysql load (and what other load do you monitor?) so that I know when my VPS is at the limit and I need to upgrade.

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