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Linux/SSH File System Event Monitor
Learn how to Monitor Linux File Systems Remotely
About the Linux/SSH File System Event Monitor

The Linux/SSH File System Event Monitor connects to a remote server using SSH and checks the amount of space available on the mounted file systems. This tutorial will go over how to configure a Linux File System Event Monitor so you can begin monitoring your Linux-based file systems with ease.

Configuring the Linux/SSH File System Event Monitor

Enter a comma-separated list of the file systems and/or mount points that you want this event monitor to check.

File Systems and Mount Points Text Box

Next, choose the level of alert you want to receive if the SSH server is unreachable.

Connection Option

The next option will alert you if the file systems you're monitoring have less than the specified amount of available space. Enter values that will trigger each level of alert.

Remaining Space Alert Option

Enable the next option if you want to receive alerts if file systems are more than the specified percentage full.

Percentage-Based Alert Option

The final option will include a summary of the data retrieved in the text generated by the event monitor each time it runs.

Event Text Option

Summary

This tutorial taught you how to set up a Linux/SSH File System Event Monitor. More Linux event monitor tutorials are coming soon, so make sure you keep an eye on the Features page in the coming weeks. For more documentation on this event monitor, check out its Technical Resources page.

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