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Old 02-02-2009, 07:05 AM   #1
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Any Process and Memory Management GUI Tool?


Can anyone suggest simplified Memory/process management Tool if any apart from top/htop.?
 
Old 02-02-2009, 07:17 AM   #2
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saidar, based on libstatgrab for an overview.

Or gkrellm if you want a gui.

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Look at the sysstat package. It may provide more selective information on certain items. It includes pidstat, iostat, sar and others. The sar command will collect statistics. the sa1 or sa2 commands are backends usually launched in a cron job. I think that there may be a program that converts the sar report to an html document. If not, you could craft your own xslt style sheet to convert the xml statistics file to an html page. While this isn't easy to set up, once used, it is easy to use.
 
Old 02-03-2009, 03:58 AM   #4
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I went through GKrellm and found it very interesting on Windows. Can it be possible for me to run the tool on Windows and Monitor each and every Linux Machine Process/memory Status.

Anyone with new Tool can suggest me?
thnx in advance
 
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Didier,
I went through GKrellm and found it very interesting on Windows. Can it be possible for me to run the tool on Windows and Monitor each and every Linux Machine Process/memory Status.
I did not know it was available on Windows. I've foud this on the GKrellm FAQ:
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# For a tutorial on securely monitoring a server using gkrellmd over SSH, check out this article by William Stearns
But for now the server at the end of the link provided is either down or tired.
 
  


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