On 17/12/09 08:28, L.S. Keijser wrote:
> You could install Nagios for monitoring services. Or take a look at
> collectd. They're both packages that are specifically designed for
> such a task.
and on 17/12/09 08:35, Timo Schoeler wrote:
> In case you're already using net-snmp-lvs, I may presume you also use
> tools like cacti? If so, why not gather the 'ususal system data'
> also using cacti (or similar tools) via SNMP?
I'm actually using OpenNMS, so yes, I have monitoring software in place.
However, it was my understanding that LVS CPU usage didn't register on
normal monitoring tools, ie. "top" doesn't show LVS CPU usage. If I am
mistaken, then please tell me as that will answer my question!
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