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Nagios - The Industry Standard in IT Infrastructure Monitoring Bandwidth Monitoring Tools For Linux Bandwidth in computer networking refers to the data rate supported by a network connection or interface. One most commonly expresses bandwidth in terms of bits per second (bps). The term comes from the field of electrical engineering, where bandwidth represents the total distance or range between the highest and lowest signals on the communication channel (band). Bandwidth represents the capacity of the connection. Bandwidthd BandwidthD tracks usage of TCP/IP network subnets and builds html files with graphs to display utilization. Project Home Page Bmon bmon is a portable bandwidth monitor and rate estimator running on various operating systems. Bwbar bwbar is a small C-based program for Linux-based machines which produces bandwidth usage statistics for a network interface. bwm This is a very tiny bandwidth monitor (not X11). bwm-ng Project Home Page Cacti Project Home Page cbm dstat EtherApe gdesklets GKrellM ipband iftop
Ganglia Monitoring System RRDtool - RRDtool Gallery MMS Inbound Simply parse of SNMPget from Vendor OID. The graph display the actual volume of transactions for MMS submitions, from 3 differents devices, such as, Phone, VAS and MM4 (others operator). -- Alex Rivoltella <alessio.r-delme-@XYZ-tiscalinet.it>, 2006/3 VMware cluster memory quickstats This graph helps you visualize VMware cluster memory consumption and overcommitment over time. -- Raphael Schitz XYZ-schitz.net>, 2013/10 [demo] ZFS zpool usage This graph helps you visualize data and snapshots usage in a ZFS zpool. -- Raphael Schitz XYZ-schitz.net>, 2012/8 [demo] One-Wire Weather station with several temperature sensors One-Wire weather station using Simon Melhuish's OWW software. total percentaged traffic in This aggregated graph represents the total percentaged traffic incoming in bits per second -- Martin Leucht <martin.leucht@XYZ-freent.de>, 2014/1 Cluster CPU Utilization Each hypervisor stores data with sar. Active VPN Tunnels and VPN Network Traffic on Cisco ASA Trafico OSPF Cubemon
Munin www.eLuna.org: eLuna Graph System eLuna Graph System is an application written in Perl based on RRDTool and distributed under GNU General Public License. Its aim is collection, and then presentation in graphic form, of data, to aid in monitoring of a Linux machine. By default, the application allows monitoring of the load, the CPU usage as a percent, memory use as a percent, number of processes, quantity of data transmitted via eth0 (In/Out) and percentage of disc space in use on /. It is nevertheless possible to add personalized elements to this. An application demo is available online at the following address:
Using monitoring and metrics to learn in development NST Network Interface Bandwidth Monitor 2 - NST Wiki A use case for the Bandwidth Monitor can be found in the Wiki article: "LAN Ethernet Maximum Rates, Generation, Capturing & Monitoring". Older information is also available from the original NST Network Interface Bandwidth Monitor implementation. The following Bandwidth Monitor displays network traffic to and from the NST Wiki site. A TP-CU3 Tap is inserted between the NST probe and the NST Wiki site providing full-duplex traffic access. Use this section as a reference for location and description of all controls available with the NST Network Interface Bandwidth 2 Monitors. The reference diagram below depicts a Threshold Pause session that was configured on the "p1p1 Bandwidth Monitoring" graph with an Armed Rx bandwidth data rate of: "54.3 Mbps". All notification executables located in directory: "/etc/nst/notifications/bwmon" were run at each Threshold Pause state change and marked with ID: "YPJ-9635". The traffic generated for this example was from a YUM update. Crosshairs Tool