System Health Monitor for Linux is a handy python program that will setup your system to generate RRD Graphs.
Version: 1.0System Health Monitor for Linux is a handy python program that will setup your system to generate RRD Graphs of network interface traffic, system load, memory usage, disk space and inode usage and graphs of the number of running processes.
Operating System: Linux
System Health Monitor features a user-friendly interactive configuration mode and auto-generated html pages. Just point your web server to the health_html directory to get an overview of the status of your machine. You can see examples of it in operation here on my machine and on KPLUG.org
· Round Robin Database from Tobi Oetiker
· A web server or browser for viewing the summary pages
What's New in This Release:
· This release adds a --new switch, which prompts for running processes that are not already in the configuration.