Monitor Single Linux System with Netdata

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If the case is monitoring a single Linux system, netdata comes into play. It both supplies data about lots of crucial system metrics and is also so lightweight. What is more, event web server it is using was rewritten for best performance. Everyone monitoring a system must have a look at https://netdata.firehol.org Thanks to Costa Tsaousis and contributers.

netdata

To install, get files from https://github.com/firehol/netdata/
If github is not accessible -> https://firehol.org/download/netdata/latest/
At the time I was working on this, latest version was 1.4.

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wget https://firehol.org/download/netdata/latest/netdata-1.4.0.tar.gz
tar xvzf netdata-1.4.0.tar.gz
cd netdata-1.4.0/
./netdata-installer.sh
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Here is the output:

Then, I noticed some prerequisites are missing:

After running the following commands:

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dnf -y install libuuid-devel zlib-devel autoconf gcc make automake
./netdata-installer.sh
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Enjoy real-time performance and health monitoring…