Monitor system performance, system reporting: SystemWatch
Monitor CPU, memory, disk space, files, processes and applications
SystemWatch monitors system performance with real-time and historical reporting, notification, diagnosis, and summary reports. This Chroniker module supports most operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Solaris, AIX, FreeBSD, and Oracle. Monitors are easily created via an automatic system scan feature which finds available resources.
SystemWatch helps you easily answer critical questions such as:
- Which servers are overloaded or underused?
- Are my services up?
- Did my batch file get processed at 1 AM as it should have?
- Are my data files becoming too big?
- Do I have enough free disk space?
- What was the behavior of my systems last month?
Loaded with smart features, Chroniker SystemWatch is sophisticated, yet simple to install and use.
SystemWatch home page now displays:
- alerts summary and active alerts
- overall average of key metrics per system type (Windows, Unix, etc.)
Organize monitors in four-level tree view
You may have dozens, if not hundreds of monitors, clear organization is important
Compare multiple monitors
- View many monitors on one graph
- Automatic color-coded legend
- Tabulated summary data
Display top 5 or 10 processes
- Mouse over to see top processes running at any specific point in time
- Check their cpu usage and other information listed on the table
- Know when critical CPUs are consistently running at, or near, capacity.
- Use SystemWatch to monitor the CPU usage in your system.
- Maintain a safe margin of available disk space and be notified when there is not.
Disk Performance Monitor
- Keep an eye on your disk performance by monitoring the average disk queue length.
- Running out of memory can trigger larger problems, be notified when it is dangerously low.
- Collect data on your system’s used physical and virtual memory.
File System Monitor
- Need to know when certain files change in size?
- Set alert thresholds for file size >, <, =, >=, <=, as well as absolute kilobyte increases or decreases.
- Monitor the number of processes running on your servers.
- Specify vital processes by name, and how often they should be counted.
- Monitor the services of your Windows systems.
- Set up reactions to automatically restart the services whenever they stop.
- Similar to Process Monitor, but designed to easily monitor all processes of a particular application.
- You will know when applications have crashed or gone amok through SystemWatch’s alerting features.
- Monitor Hit Ratio, Disk, Sga, and Table Space.