Linux server monitor enables you to monitor and measure critical metrics like CPU, memory, disk utilization, processes and network traffic of Linux servers from a unified dashboard. Site24x7 uses the server monitoring agent to collect performance data and view them in the Site24x7 dashboard.
Execute the following commands in the Linux terminal depending on whether the OS is 32-bit or 64-bit.
Use the Device Key to authenticate the installation of the Linux agent.
The command below is used to restart the agent
The command below is used to uninstall the agent from your machine
Add a monitor via VM extension in Azure and view all your critical metrics in the Site24x7 dashboard. Azure users can now add a Linux monitor in a more simplified way without the need to download the agent.
You can add a Linux server monitor via VM extension using one of the three ways:
Add multiple Linux servers in one go using:
Resource Checks Profiles are groups of different Resource Checks that can be used to monitor a resource on the server using server monitors. The resources to be monitored are added as checks to a resource check profile and this profile can be associated with any number of server monitors.
A resource check profile can be associated with a monitor from the Edit Monitor screen as shown below. To know how to add/edit/delete a resource check profile and learn more in detail about each check, refer here.
Set a template for thresholds, resource check profiles, and decide when and who needs to be notified in case of downtime and associate them to appropriate user groups for all the new Linux server monitors added. Auto discover processes on your Linux server and mark them up for monitoring
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