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Server Reports

Site24x7 Server Monitoring provides exclusive reports to easily understand the collected performance data, analyze trends, and identify performance degradation issues. In addition to the common reports available for all monitor types in Site24x7, server monitoring has some exclusive reports. They are:

Log in to Site24x7 and go to Reports > Server Monitor to access these reports. Choose the All Server Monitors option from the Monitors/Tags drop-down for a preset time period to view data across server monitors in your account. Click on the Share This button to export these reports as CSV, PDF, or send it via email.  


If you don't find the kind of report you are looking for, create your own report

Server Disk Partition Report

Know the used and free disk space across servers/for two or more servers in your account. This can help identify the partition that is using up lot of space/has a lot of free space and perform the required action (eg. clean up) by going to the respective server (click on the monitor name under Monitor). 


Server Network Adapter Report

Get a consolidated list of network adapter details like the total amount of data and packets sent and received across servers/for two or more servers in your account. This helps in forecasting the current and future consumption of bandwidth to maintain network performance of your servers. 


Agent Inventory Report

View all servers monitored in your account, based on their agent version, IP address, OS type, associated threshold profiles and configuration templates. Use the Search Filter bar at the top right corner to quickly view servers based on their version, OS type, or associated profiles. 


Services and Processes Reports

The Server - Services Report and Server - Processes Report lists down the Windows services and Linux processes respectively across servers/for two or more servers in your account. 

Top N & Bottom N Reports 

The Top N & Bottom N Reports lists the top N and bottom N resources with the highest and the lowest values respectively. The resultant data is displayed in a tabular format in descending and ascending order of the monitored parameter. Site24x7 provides Top N & Bottom N Reports for:

  • CPU
  • Memory
  • Disk usage
  • Process CPU/memory usage
  • Packets sent/received
  • Error packets
  • Bandwidth utilized
  • System idle percentage
  • Used/free physical memory
  • Disk idle/busy percentage
  • 15 min load average
  • Partition used space (%)

The reports list the top and bottom 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100 servers having the highest and the lowest CPU, memory, or disk usage for a preset time period. For example, the below screenshot lists the top 5 servers based on disk usage in the last hour:


Monitor Status Report

View servers based on their monitor status, hostname, outage duration, agent version and more. Use the Filter bar at the top right corner to filter and view servers based on your requirement. You can also schedule this report and send it as a PDF file to the desired user contact.

Inventory Report

View servers based on display name, hostname, agent version, OS type, uptime, poll interval, and other server inventory details. Use the Filter bar at the top right corner to filter and view servers based on your requirement.


Server Restart Report

The Server Restart Report lets you track the frequency of your server restarts, which can be indicative of critical events such as outages. This, in turn, enables you to identify potential issues and take necessary actions promptly, minimizing downtime and improving overall server performance.

Servers by Pending Reboot for Windows Update

Efficiently manage pending reboots associated with your Windows server by using the Servers by Pending Reboot Report. This report lets you view the pending reboots for your Windows server. By scheduling these reboots for these critical updates deliberately, you can ensure your server's health, performance and stability. This also helps in maintaining the optimal functioning of your Windows environment.

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