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Emon是另一个远程服务器监视应用程序,但是这次您可以在终端中轻松启动监视。 您不需要在监视服务器上安装任何应用程序,因为Emon使用SSH和/ proc目录获取监视数据。 您需要做的只是用XML配置Emon并创建一个SSH用户。 配置完成后,您就可以监视终端中多个服务器的ping,dns,端口,URL,CPU,RAM,SWAP,磁盘,流量和日志文件。 如果出现问题,Emon将向管理员发送电子邮件。 Emon可以将统计信息(辍学和图表)发送给管理员。
  • emon-0.4.1
  • config.xml
  • View
  • __init__.pyc
  • __init__.py
  • CursesTUI.py
  • CursesTUI.pyc
  • Controller
  • __init__.pyc
  • Monitor.pyc
  • SSHMonitor.py
  • Monitor.py
  • __init__.py
  • ConfigParser.py
  • StatisticsHandler.pyc
  • ConfigParser.pyc
  • SSHMonitor.pyc
  • StatisticsHandler.py
  • Emon.py
  • Model
  • __init__.pyc
  • __init__.py
  • Server.py
  • SMTP.pyc
  • SMTP.py
  • Server.pyc
  • run.sh
  • Statistics
  • Data
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