FrameFlow - Linux Monitoring
Monitor Processes, Bandwidth, File Systems and More On Your Linux Based Systems
FrameFlow runs on Windows but it can monitor systems running on any operating system, including Linux for which it has dedicated event monitors. It can monitor processes, file systems, CPU usage, bandwidth, log files and much more for your Linux-based systems.
Monitoring Linux Processes
The Linux process event monitor can watch overall CPU usage and also focus on individual processes to watch their CPU and memory usage. It's a great way to keep tabs on processes that have a tendency to run away and consume all available resources.
When a critical process terminates or crashes unexpectedly it can often take a long time before anyone notices. FrameFlow's process event monitor includes an option to warn you if specified processes are not running on the system. It can also do the reverse and warn you if it finds specified processes running.
FrameFlow also includes an event monitor to keep track of bandwidth on your Linux-based systems. It can warn based on incoming, outgoing and total bandwidth. And like all of our event monitors it records data points each time it runs so you can view graphs of long term bandwidth usage to spot problems and patterns.
Monitoring File Systems, CPU Usage and Using Custom Commands
Also included are event monitors to check the space available on file systems and mount points, to watch average and maximum CPU usage, monitor individual log files for content and much more.
For custom monitoring tasks you can use FrameFlow's Linux/SSH Command event monitor. It lets you run any command or shell script, parse the results and then generate alerts as necessary.