Re: Monitoring resources and network use
From: nileshemi redhat (redhatemi_at_gmail.com)
Date: Sun, 22 May 2005 13:39:52 +0530 To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list <email@example.com>
Try iptraf and ethereal.
Good handy tools to monitor network.
On 5/20/05, Ben Russo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Salvador Santander Gutiérrez wrote:
> > Hello, list.
> > We need to analyze continously the use of resources and network.
> > What tools are good for this task?
> > We've found sacd for the resources use. Is there something similar for
> > network use?
> > Thanks.
> On a single box?
> On multiple systems?
> All on the same broadcast domain (a hub, or a span port is available)?
> For multiple systems...
> I would check out cacti or cricket, they are pretty simple and use snmp
> and rrd to generate graphs that you specify. You can specify
> CPU/DISK/RAM/NIC usage graphs. There are some templates for standard
> configs in both products.
> For a single box (or if you are on a hub or have a span port) have a
> look at ntop.
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