Monitor MySQL Performance with mytop | mytop is an excellent app to monitor mysql performance. Let’s check it out! Firstly, install mytop: $ sudo apt-get install mytop Run mytop with tack tack prompt to have mytop prompt for the root mysql password: $ mytop –prompt Done! You can now monitor the number of mysql queries the server is processing as well
fping for ICMP Discovery and Monitoring | fping is an ICMP command line utility to verify ICMP reponses from any number of targets. fping is a better choice than ping for scripting tasks as it is able to check a list or range of IP addresses in numerical order to discover ICMP response. I’ll show you some basic info on using fping!
Display System Monitoring Information with phpSysInfo | phpSysInfo is an awesome PHP script that displays system and other monitoring information for Linux. phpSysInfo pulls data from /proc and other locations to display on an easy to read page. On Ubuntu or Debian, install phpsysinfo with: $ sudo apt-get install phpsysinfo The config file is then located in: /etc/phpsysinfo/config.php Debian / Ubuntu Security