[CentOS] System Resources Graphing

Brian Mathis brian.mathis at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 17:13:51 UTC 2010

kSar runs on your local desktop and connects via SSH to the remote
server and collects the sysstat data.  It's good for checking or
reviewing server stats once in a while.  If you need sustained
graphing and reporting, then look into one of the other monitoring
tools mentioned here.

On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 12:38 PM, Matt <lm7812 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Take a look at the "sysstat" package which will collect data over
>> time.  There's a java-based desktop app called "kSar" that can use
>> this data to generate graphs.
> I have sysstats already but want a graphing.  ksar sounds appealing.
> I do not have physical access to this server so I need to access ksar
> through http on the server.  Does it support that?  Googling for the
> answer on how to do this but not finding what I want yet.
> Matt
>> There are also other options, such as SNMP monitoring, Cacti, etc...
>>> Is there a package I can get that will graph system resources such as
>>> CPU and disk I/O to an html file or something?

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