Monitors contents and status of files on your Linux Systems.
The Linux/SSH File System Event Monitor is designed to help you monitor the status and content of files on your Linux-based systems. It includes options for monitoring file size, timestamps, and can event check the file on multiple runs while only looking at new content that was added since the last run.
This event monitor provides the following options:
Enter the mount points that will be checked by the event monitor.
Use this option to control whether or not you will be notified if the event monitor is unable to establish an SSH connection.
This option lets you define thresholds for alerts based on the amount of space available on each file system.
This option is similar to the previous one but it alerts based on how full the file system is when measured as a percentage.
With this option enabled the event monitor will include a list of all detected file systems and their available space.
The default port for SSH connections is 22, but if your servers are using a non-standard port you can specify it here.
This value controls how long the event monitor will wait for a response from the SSH server. The default value is best for most situations but you can increase or decrease it if you wish.
The account used for authentication must have interactive login rights via SSH. It also must have permission to run the following command:
This event monitor generates the following data points:
|Space Available||The available space on the file system.|
|Space Used||The space already used on the file system.|
To view the tutorial for this event monitor, click here.
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