Re: Monitoring resources and network use

From: nileshemi redhat (redhatemi_at_gmail.com)
Date: 05/22/05

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    Try iptraf and ethereal.

    Good handy tools to monitor network.

    NV

    On 5/20/05, Ben Russo <ben@muppethouse.com> 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.
    >
    > -Ben.
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