rpi2pachube is a set of scripts written in Bash that gather and push performance data from your Raspberry Pi to Pachube. For a list of requirements, read the original post.
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HOW DOES IT WORK?
rpi2pachube gathers performance data from your Raspberry Pi (temperature, load, network throughput, etc.) at 5 minute intervals and pushes this data to Pachube. From Pachube, you can watch how your Pi is doing from basically anywhere in the world.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 2.0?
Temperature can now be pushed to Pachube in Fahrenheit.
Enable/disable monitoring of any performance value.
Monitor multiple network interfaces.
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