Gary Kline wrote:
This is for the system admins out there; I brought up this question
last weekend, (re xsysstats, an *old* app), but got no answers,
What are the best tools, graphical or otherwise, that I can use
on a dedicated Gnome [or CWTM, KDE, Whatever] workspace that
will help me track each of my four or five computers?
(((Is xosview broken? I have it running here on this pre xorg-7.2
system.))) xsysstats seems reasonable; are there any others?
I'd like to be able to spot any overloads of file system snafus
before they go critical... .
thanks for any|all insights,
I am a fan of KISS, I would just start snmpd on each server and then
hack a quick perl/ruby/shell script to check on the boxes now and then
and alert you when something is beyond a configured parameter. Maybe pop
open a term window and display the snmpget results or something.
Three years now I've asked Google why they don't have a
logo change for Memorial Day. Why do they choose to do logos
for other non-international holidays, but nothing for
Maybe they forgot who made that choice possible.
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