What is systemd?
Systemd is an initialization system and service manager for Linux operating systems. It is responsible for starting and managing system processes during boot and for system operation. It offers advanced features, like service dependency management, logging, and process supervision, making it a crucial component for modern Linux distributions in enhancing system reliability and management.
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Ensure service availability and optimize performance and resource utilization by tracking key systemd metrics like active_unit and deactivating_unit. Plan capacity when active resources are high or permanently disable unnecessary deactivated services and free up resources to avoid disruptions and downtime.
Streamline system troubleshooting by monitoring metrics like failed_unit and deactivating_unit to detect service errors or failed starts. Ensure monitoring coverage by tracking loaded_unit and total_unit.
View performance trends and set up threshold-based alerts for sudden spikes and dips, enabling you to proactively detect potential issues and manage resources efficiently.
Assemble performance data from different parts of your infrastructure with custom dashboards to stay on top of your Linux services.