Linux Performance Statistic. A tutorial on how to collect low level statistical information on a Linux system performance. Is your server waiting on disk I/O, running out of memory, paging to disk, network load is just too high? Get notified right always with this Nagios XI/Core plugin.
Download Nagios Core: http://nag.is/coresys
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Download Nagios Plugins: http://nag.is/plugsys
Nagios Core Setup Tutorial
Modify plugin lib path
use lib "/usr/lib64/nagios/plugins"; //path to utils.pm file
Required Software Packages
yum install perl-Sys-Statistics-Linux.noarch
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