How to Monitor your Linux and Windows Servers with CloudStats

CloudStats is a server monitoring service which allows you to monitor your whole server infrastructure from a single dashboard interface and helps timely to prevent any kind of technical issues and downtimes. With CloudStats it is possible to monitor Linux servers, including those on CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu etc.

CloudStats server monitoring Agent collects data about all key server metrics such as CPU, RAM and disk space usage, as well as a status of networks, processes, URLs or IPs. This information will be kept and displayed in your CloudStats account interface.

Almost every user can easily setup and run CloudStats without any special skills or knowledge.

Here is an instruction of how to perform Linux server monitoring using CloudStats.

1. Go to sign-up page and create a new account by adding your “Subdomain” name, it could be anything like your company name or website name (in our example – ‘ravisaive‘).

2. In the CloudStats online interface you can add your server for monitoring. To add new server click on the green button “Add New Monitor” and select “Add New Server”. Continue reading “How to Monitor your Linux and Windows Servers with CloudStats” »

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Monitoring multiple server using Munin on Debian/Ubuntu Distribution

 

This tutorial was written for Debian Etch, but the configuration should apply to other distributions with little changes as well.

I want to say first that this is not the only way of setting up such a system. There are many ways of achieving this goal but this is the way I take. I do not issue any guarantee that this will work for you!

 

1 Preliminary Note

Our munin server's hostname is server1.example.com (IP address: 192.168.0.100), and we have a web site www.example.com on it with the document root /var/www/www.example.com/web on it.

I'm using one munin client here, server2.example.com (IP address: 192.168.0.101). Of course, you can add as many client systems as you like.

 

2 Install And Configure munin On The Server

munin server (server1.example.com):

To install the munin client and server on Debian Etch, we do this:

apt-get install munin munin-node

Next, we must edit the munin configuration file /etc/munin/munin.conf. We want munin to put its output into the directory Continue reading “Monitoring multiple server using Munin on Debian/Ubuntu Distribution” »

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