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Remote System Monitor

The following document provides information on how to activate and configure the Remote System Monitor service for your ClearOS system. For an overview of the features and benefits of the service, please review the service information here.

Activation

  • Login to your ClearCenter account.
  • Click on Systems|Remote Port Monitor in the top navigation bar.
  • Select the target system from the list of active systems in your account.

Subscription

Select a subscription from the drop down list and make sure the service is enabled.

Remote Port Monitor

Custom Protocol/Port

If you need to specify a protocol that is not part of the default monitoring services, select Yes here. You will then be able to create your own protocol description and port mapping.

Protocol

Select the protocol to monitor. For example, HTTP is the protocol used to monitor a ClearOS web server.

Interval

Select the monitoring interval. If you find your Internet connection is intermittent, you may want to set a higher interval to avoid unnecessary alerts.

Remote Resource Monitor

The following document provides information on how to activate and configure the Remote Resource Monitor service for your ClearOS system. For an overview of the features and benefits of the service, please review the service information here.

Resource

You can monitor the following resources on your system:

  • Hard disk space
  • System load
  • Swap memory usage

Interval

Select the monitoring interval. If you find your Internet connection is intermittent, you may want to set a higher interval to avoid unnecessary alerts.

Threshold

The threshold level determines when the Resource Monitor should send an alert. The hard disk and swap memory usage is shown as a percentage of the total. While hard disk usage very much depends on your environment, we recommend setting swap memory usage to 50%. For most systems, we recommend a system load threshold of 50 (which is equivalent to a 5.0 load on standard Linux systems).

content/en_us/7_ug_system_monitor.txt · Last modified: 2015/10/26 12:27 (external edit)

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