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Old 11-22-2011, 07:42 AM   #1
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show availibility of linux by wtemp info

I want to show the availibility of my linux server include:
duration of uptimes
reboot time/shutdown time

By drawing a chart and extract information from wtemp and show by excell file.Is there any other solution?
Old 11-24-2011, 07:47 AM   #2
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This may be a little silly but will definitely get you want you want! If you install collectl, which will do some pretty nifty system monitoring for you, it writes a new date/time stamped file in /var/log/collectl whenever it starts. It's pretty rock-solid (famous last words) and I've never seen it crash. In other words, the only time a new file gets created is every midnite OR if the system reboots. This means you can just look at the filenames and determine your uptime from them.

As a said, a bit overkill but at the same time collecting system performance metrics is never a waste of time because when (not if) something goes wrong you'll frequently have enough data to at least get some idea of what was going on.

Does anyone thing continuously monitoring your system is a bad idea? I'd sure hope not.



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