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Linux tool for recording CPU, RAM and network usage + graph
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Linux tool for recording CPU, RAM and network usage + graph

mirocmiroc Member

Hi LowEndSupport!

Do you guys know of a linux cmd tool that can record the cpu, ram and network usage every x minutes and then create a graph out of it?

So far I have only been able to find tools that show these usages real time, but that's not what I need.

Thanks for the help, please double my bandwidth.

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  • mhnmhn Member

    https://hetrixtools.com/dashboard/ with Server Agent Monitor

    Thanked by 4miroc AXYZE umzak Logano
  • mirocmiroc Member

    @mhn said:
    https://hetrixtools.com/dashboard/ with Server Agent Monitor

    Thank you so much! This is exactly what I need and it's funny how I didn't know about it considering I've been using HetrixTools for uptime and blacklist monitoring.:)

    Your Trustpilot review has been doubled.

    Thanked by 1Logano
  • Netdata

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  • munin

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  • Collectd + collectd graph panel

    Thanked by 1miroc
  • Grafana+telegraph

    Thanked by 2miroc ariq01
  • akhfaakhfa Member

    Netdata 👍

  • If you use Rocky or Alma linux cockpit is all you need :)

  • Prometheus + Grafana

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  • lanefulanefu Member
    edited January 29

    @atindahause said:
    Prometheus + Grafana

    ... + node_exporter

    Thanked by 2atindahause ariq01
  • Tried observium this past week. When your NMS reports wrong uptime, it's a POS. I do not recommend.

  • umzakumzak Member

    thanks for this thread, I didn't even know hetrixtools had this feature :)

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  • mirocmiroc Member

    @umzak said:
    thanks for this thread, I didn't even know hetrixtools had this feature :)

    same haha

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  • VitaVita Member

    Zabbix is also pretty easy to setup, and add an agent. Pretty low on resources as well. It's good for this basic use cases for checking.

    You can go wild with the Dashboard if you want :smiley:

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  • mirocmiroc Member

    Thank you for all your recommendations, I went with HetrixTools. I needed the ability to easily share the resource usage records with my future hosting provider. I won't fuck around everyone's fair-usage, virmach-like cpu restrictions and what-not, I can just send them the records and they can decide for themselves whether they want business with me or not.

    Thank you LowEndHelpdesk!

    Thanked by 2mhn Logano
  • zabbix

  • You already got it, but yeah, HetrixTools heartbeat monitor is lovely. I use it to monitor my Korean VPN servers because traffic overage prices are like 6-12 cents/GB.

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    Been considering implementing Netdata for all our production servers so our users can take a looksie :)

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @Logano said:
    You already got it, but yeah, HetrixTools heartbeat monitor is lovely. I use it to monitor my Korean VPN servers because traffic overage prices are like 6-12 cents/GB.

    Yikes that's super expensive! :O

    Thanked by 1Logano
  • LexLex Member

    +1 for zabbix!

  • NetData !

  • @PulsedMedia said:

    @Logano said:
    traffic overage prices are like 6-12 cents/GB.

    Yikes that's super expensive! :O

    Yes, it's a huge pet peeve of mine! All the domestic providers seem to charge like that. I am just stuck with them because certain streaming sites don't whitelist foreign providers (AWS, Azure, Vultr, Psychz) despite their Korean IPs.

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