What metrics do I get per Windows server monitor?
For a single Windows server monitor, you will be able to monitor the following metrics to ensure its continued performance:
CPU utilization - Overall CPU usage, CPU usage by cores, interrupts and context switches
Processor queue length
System idle percentage
Memory utilization - Overall memory usage, swap memory utilization, used memory utilization, memory pages (In/Out/Fault)
Memory break-up - Free physical memory (MB), free swap memory (MB)
Disk idle and busy percentage
Disk usage with capacity plan
System statistics including login count, total services running
Top process by CPU and memory
Services and processes - stats on CPU and memory usage, thread and handle count, and the number of instances
Disks - Average and individual disk usage, disk partition details, disk (I/O)
Network stats on data sent and received, input and output traffic, bandwidth, packets sent and received, error packets
Resource Checks - monitor files, directories, event logs, URLs and ports
What metrics do I get per Linux server monitor?
For a single Linux server monitor, you will be able to monitor the following metrics to ensure its continued performance: Load average CPU utilization - overall CPU usage, CPU usage by cores, interrupts and context switches, CPU idle time, nice time, ...
How do we verify the Site24x7 Windows Server Monitoring Agent script?
All the scripts and executables in the Site24x7 Windows Server Monitoring Agent are digitally signed. To verify the digital signature, we compare the certificate name and the serial number of the digital signature associated with the script with ...
How do you enable or disable Management Actions in your Windows server?
Management Actions can be used to start or stop VM configurations in a Hyper-V server, services in a Windows server, or sites and application pools in an IIS server. These actions can't be performed if Management Actions is disabled in the server ...
What do I get for one basic server monitor added?
Each server (irrespective of CPU/RAM) is a Basic Monitor. For every server monitor added, the following will be included: One minute polling frequency Server uptime with special false alert protection More than 60 performance metrics including CPU, ...
Understanding VMware VM and guest OS metrics
Log in to your Site24x7 account, and navigate to VMware > Virtual Machine. Click on any desired VM name. Metrics from the VM monitor The metrics that you view are your VM's occupancy in its parent ESX host. Using Memory Utilization as an example, the ...