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Title: Samurize the Server Monitor

Title: Samurize the Server MonitorPopular
Last Update: 2003/11/12 18:18
Submitter: jlaw
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I've seen too many posts from jobless people using Samurize to monitor their machine.

Now it's time to unleash the real potential.  I'm not an artist like some of you (thanks for the Colloquial Icons, MaliXeanz & thanks for Samurize).

But, as a Systems Admin, I need to know what's going on with my servers/babies.

Behole, the power of Samurize..... :o

Server names have been changed to protect the innocents.
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 Re: Samurize the Server Monitor

Posted: 2003/11/13 11:15  Updated: 2003/11/13 11:15

jlaw

Just popping in
Joined: 2003/11/12
From: US
Posts: 3
One other thing I'd like to mention:

At the default refresh of 1200ms, I was downloading 120K a second (about 25K for each server I was monitoring).

Reducing the refresh to 5000ms has cut me down to 25K. Plus it gives me time to actually monitor what's going on in 5 second system screen shots, instead of *blink*blink*blink*blink*

It's taken me a week to discover all the features I'm using here and get it set up all readable, but I'm the envy of my coworkers now.

-Johnny Lawless :computer:
 

 Re: Samurize the Server Monitor

Posted: 2003/11/13 10:48  Updated: 2003/11/13 10:48

Malix

Home away from home
Joined: 2003/9/26
From: Finland
Posts: 272
minimal, suits the purpose. easy to read. no flaws. there is no point making this any more complicated (though it would be cool to see hard disk stats of those computers too

and, thanks for your kind words
 

 Re: Samurize the Server Monitor

Posted: 2003/11/13 11:00  Updated: 2003/11/13 11:00

jlaw

Just popping in
Joined: 2003/11/12
From: US
Posts: 3
Thanks for the props. I would have the Disk space on all the machines monitored, but I currently only have one Win 2003 Server.

As far as I can tell, Win 2000 Servers do not have the "Logical Disk" monitors, only the "Physical Disk" monitors. "Physical Disk" doesn't have the space monitoring items.

-Johnny Lawless 8)
 

 Re: Samurize the Server Monitor

Posted: 2003/11/12 18:24  Updated: 2003/11/12 18:24

jlaw

Just popping in
Joined: 2003/11/12
From: US
Posts: 3
I forgot to mention, it's 5:15PM now, so everyone's gone home. So not much activity.

From Left to Right:
CPU%, HD Read&Write, HD Free Space, Free Mem, # of Term Service connections (in Admin mode, only 2 are allowed, hence the half moon, if full it turns red) & lastly Bytes Transferred.

I have found this tool indispensible for tracking down lockups and problems.
 


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