eZ Server Monitor is a Simple, Lightweight Dashboard for Monitoring Linux Installations
eZ Server Monitor (eSM) comes in two flavors, the ‘`Web’ version (image below) that requires PHP and a web server on Linux, or the ‘`sh’ version that really only requires the command line to display information using a Bash script:
eZ Server Monitor (eSM) is a script for monitoring Linux servers. It is available in Bash version and Web application.
In its Web version, eSM is a PHP script which provides a web page containing information such as the operating system, the number of users connected to the server, the system load, CPU, memory RAM, available disk space, bandwidth usage, and especially the port monitoring services such as FTP, SMTP, Web, etc …
Very simple and easy to install, eSM`Web is also very light.
The goal of eZ Server Monitor is to be very easy to install and configure (no specific packages to install) but also to be nice and easy to use! The goal is absolutely not to create heavy and complex software to use.
A configuration file allows you to customize various modules.
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