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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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Wednesday July 24, 2002
09:57 AM

cool monitoring stuff

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I've been playing around with cool monitoring stuff today inbetween doing very boring CMS building in ASP (very unpleasent legacy code - pages and pages of global variables, redundant code and bugs).

Two things I have got working today - one on my R&D box (mandrake annoyingly never asked if I wanted the header and other files for everything so I have to install everything from scratch) and one on my live server.

On the live server I installed mytop - a toplike process monitor for mysql - its very cool, same interface as top and pretty clear.

On the R&D server I installed cricket and rrd. They have been slowly generating cummulitive charts. Pretty cool. If I had more time I would definately be up for adding network monitoring - at the moment its just monitoring page request times.

Both apps are written in perl natch :) which means I might end up tinkering a bit - having cricket request random pages from a list and using searh keywords from a dictionary would be very cool to ensure realistic response times.

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