[CentOS] System Resources Graphing

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

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?