Originally posted by darthur Does anyone have any scripts or suggestions on a general purpose Unix/Linux monitoring tool?
I like a tool called 'gkrellm'. Find it on freshmeat.net.
The built-in monitors include: Clock, CPU, Proc, Disk, Internet, Net, Memory, File System, Mail, APM, uptime. It is a designed with a modular structure allowing developers to create their own plugins to monitor other aspects of your system. There are several dozen different plugins already available. Requires GTK and runs on Linux, *BSD, and Solaris.
I've been kicking this around for a while now, I might as well post it here.
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There must be thousands of one-off solutions scattered around this forum. GNU Date is so handy because it's general but if they're asking they probably don't have it. We have some nice scripts but they tend to need dates formatted in a very particular way.
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I am relatively new to the world of programming in general and to the UNIX System in particular. I have a bunch of theoretical questions related to terminology which I have come across in my coursebooks. I hope I post my question at the right place. Any help would be warmly welcome!
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I am new to this forum. hope to get help from u all.
how can i write these by using shell programming?
1. The name of the machine and the date/time at which the report was produced.
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